The collection by rising star, Brandon Sun was inspired by the mystical interiors designed by Axel Vervoodt and influenced by eastern Wabi Sabi foundations of simplicity and humility creating a posh collection that was both feminine and tough
Suitcases. Travel. Magazines. Fashion. What could be better then to combine it all?! Serena Guen did just that. In celebration of the one year anniversary of Suitcase Magazine’s USA launch, she brought out the fashionistas of NYC to party in SoHo.
Trina Turk's Fall 2013 Collection was 70’s inspired featuring fresh faced models donning fedoras and menswear suit separates switching out her typically bright and playful designs for a more grown up and richer look
New York based fashion designer, Catherine Malandrino’s Fall 2013 Collection entitled, “Le Normandie”, was inspired by the Art Deco period in her native country of France along with elegant lines reminiscent of Ruhlmann
Costume Designers Week Hollywood will celebrate the world of costume designers in Motion Pictures, Television, Theater and Opera in a week of dramatic Fashion/ Pageant Shows. After our success with Goddesses of Glass Fashion Show and Metropolitan Fashion Week Bellevue-Seattle, we are excited to present the first ever- and only one in existence– “Costume Designers Week Hollywood”
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), announces Fashion 2013, the school’s 79th annual fashion show. Presented Friday, May 3 three times throughout the day on Millennium Park’s Chase Promenade, Fashion 2013 will culminate with THE WALK—SAIC’s annual benefit supporting the production of student work and scholarships—at 5:30 p.m
Orange County will be brewing with glamour and excitement with the arrival of one of the most anticipated events of the year, Orange County Fashion Showcase – The Official Fashion Week of Orange County
Bold, sexy, proud, deliciously daring. Looks so fashion forward you can’t fully appreciate them without looking back--all the way back to 1958. Before Martin Luther King. Before Women’s Liberation. Before Black Pride. Before Michelle Obama