Here’s a splash of color from the von Furstenbike. Stay tuned as we reveal the rest!
SEPTEMBER 8-15, 2011
No matter which direction you’re going, one thing’s for certain – you will look bad-ass on this Sang A cycle. Photo by David Arky of Arky Photography
Here’s a look at our very own Tour de Fashion bicycle – The Big Button Bike, a tribute to our iconic Big Button Kiosk on Seventh Avenue and all of the amazing trim and notions shoppes that call the Garment District home!
It’s still a work in progress but this soon-to-be Bollywood-inspired bike is a refreshing hue and pleasantly pink. Get a look at it now because it will soon be bedazzled, bejeweled and otherwise blinged out by the talented Amrita Singh!
We caught up with Nicole Miller in her studio and she was kind enough to let us snap a pic of her colorful, hand-painted bicycle crate. We can’t wait to see this designer ride when she’s done with it!
Lela Rose gives her bike a punchy dose of color with this fun and functional design.
Rebecca Minkoff’s electric blue bike is looking sexy as hell…and it’s only half-way done! This bike is making us anything but blue. Find out how you can ride it for free during Fashion Week by visiting our Borrow-A-Bike page.
Rebecca Minkoff poses with her beautiful blue bike!
Anthony and Celeste Lilore of Restore Clothing are creating an eco-friendly bicycle using lace and other local materials.
The Tour de Fashion fleet was purchased by the Fashion Center from Bowery Lane Bicylces, which hand-makes its bicycles in New York City. The unadorned Bowery Lane Bicycle is sure to make an excellent canvas for the Tour de Fashion designers. If the bikes look this good un-designed, imagine what our designers can do with them!