BAST Collection for FALL 2013 Hits The Streets

Fashion Week in New York means more models than usual on the subway and on the sidewalk. Poor us.

Impossibly thin tall pretty and hunky people with beautiful skin and far-away eyes parading up and down the street in their free designer clothes and accessories, peering into their phones at MTA maps and fashion blogs to see if they have shown up somewhere… it’s one of the more glamorous part of the conversation on the street.

Just like most art on the street, these scenes are ethereal. Brooklyn Street Artist BAST takes a turn at the runway this week by installing a new series of saucy models for the street too, and here are a couple of shots from the collection.

Bast (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Bast (photo © Jaime Rojo)

 

Favorite song from a fashion show this week – “Girls” by Beastie Boys, which accompanied the 80s/90s inspired Fall 2013 show by Jeremy Scott, who studied fashion design at Brooklyn’s Pratt.

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