On Friday, September 9 during New York Fashion Week’s opening weekend (otherwise known, to readers of the New York Times, as the 48 hours that define fashion) former Seattleite Logan Neitzel showed his new line in an art gallery/"secret bar space" on the city’s Lower East Side.

There were 16 gorgeous looks created by hand with leather, silk jersey, denim, and burnt chiffon and styled by James Valeri.

Local creative content engineers, Wintr, hooked up a connection with Spotify which Wintr’s Taylor Kieburtz used to create and spin a playlist for the show and an open-to-the-world collaborative playlist for the after-party. It lives forever at Spotify (which I would link to, but you have to be a member to get into the site, and you have to have an invite to be a member, so …).

The slideshow here puts you in the front row with edgy fashion editors and followers of the dark aesthetic practiced by the likes of Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, and Ann Demeulemeester.

More? Yes, you can see more via this Portable T.V. report And keep your eyes open around town, too. We talked with one of the city’s top fashion consumers who went more or less directly to Neitzel’s showroom in NYC upon her arrival, and quickly placed a pretty epic order.

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