New York Fashion week is all about having some fun with what you consider to be your own unique style.  This notation was perfectly encapsulated by both the crowd in attendance at the Junk Food Vintage show and the runway show itself.

Junk Food came onto the scene in 1998 as the original vintage t-shirt company, creating and forever changing the premium t-shirt market.  Known for its soft, comfy fabrics and witty art, Junk Food is a celebrity favorite.

The Junk Food Vintage NFL Curated By Kristin Cavallari show began in true NFL style with a remix of the national anthem, followed by a referee announcing kick off into first quarter with a sign and a whistle.

Models then suddenly appeared on the yardline-emblazoned runway in NFL-inspired Junk Food Vintage apparel curated by actress/designer Kristin Cavallari.  Starting with NFL uniforms as the base, the runway was transformed into a football stadium bringing the game to life with designs inspired by the fashionista’s chic personal style, while also paying homage to Junk Food as the Original Vintage T-Shirt Company.

Representing the two division and eight conferences, designs included shoulder pads with a mid-90’s edge, oversized jersey dresses, vibrant team color blocking and more.

After two lively quarters, the halftime show was one of the main highlights of the event as drummers took the runway by storm. Next up, the final two quarters featured more sporty, fun and trendy runway looks representing the various NFL teams.

A vintage twist on an American pastime.  What could be better than that?

Photo Credit: Tom Concordia // Getty Images

More to come.

Christopher Klimovski