KOVASKY is a collection of high performance fashion clothing made for the everyday power woman. Merging technology and high fashion tailoring, the clothes are stylish, flexible, comfortable and machine washable.
Minika Ko’s fashion show KOllision will be held on Friday, September 8th, as part of New York Fashion Week. It will be held at the Church of Holy Apostles in New York City. It is a benefit event for the local soup kitchen held at the church.
On Friday, February 17th at 8 PM, Minika Ko will present her latest collection at the Fashion Week F/W 2017 Closing Party, a benefit fashion and art show to help raise awareness of the child trafficking issues in the world.
Russian model Olga Elizar wore the final look for Minika Ko's KOVASKY fashion show. Here she shares her experience catwalking for Minika Ko and other designers' runway shows during the New York Fashion Week.
School of Visual Arts and Spirit & Flesh Magazine collaborated on translating SVA graphic design students’ typography assignment into a fashion collection. Minika Ko's atelier presented and made four gowns for the runway show.
Minika Ko, a rising Taiwanese American fashion designer, was invited to join Michael Kors, Philip Lim, Jason Wu, and other well-known designers on September 8th, the opening day of New York Fashion Week
Curated by Bergdorf Goodman’s Linda Fargo and designed by SVA typography students, “The Language of Fashion” exhibition features 15 heroic-sized silhouette sculptures of fashion inspired by the art of typography. Students were paired with designers to create the projects which will be on display up and down Madison during New York Fashion Week. The designers included Francisco Costa, Naeem Khan, Minika Ko, Michael Kors, Phillip Lim, Proenza Schouler, Jason Wu...
Designed by New York City fashion designer Minika Ko, CloudDress is unique in each design, hand-sewn with one layer of organic cotton/spandex blend for fitting comfort, and another of organza for the sheer feeling of being as light as the cloud.
DENVER, CO - June 1, 2016 - Minika Ko’s one-of-a-kind creation, a set of samurai armor made solely from paper, is displayed at the Denver Art Museum as part of their exhibition, Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. The design, created in collaboration with local Denver artists, Derek Keenan and Sarah Rose, and Allison Shaw, the coordinator of the museum, is on display through June 5th.
The gold dress designed by Minika Ko is like wearing liquid gold. Luxurious, sexy, and not for the faint of heart. Its fluid draping falls in all the right places, with a surprise baring of skin in the back.