March 18, back at Sunset Gower studios for LA Fashion Week-end, I found myself mingling between fashionistas, media and designers. This was the finale show broadcasted by KTLA 5 live with a special dedication to Hollywood and its television history.
Official beauty partners Napoleon Perdis cosmetics and LIQWD professional hair care had their own little beauty bars set up where MUA’s and hair stylists performed last minute touch ups for everyone.
SKINEEZ Skincarewear had an array of shape wear apparel on hand for outfit mishaps.
The lounge was crowded with “fashion-fiending guests” and fully stocked with a little something for everyone, including Little Black Dress Vodka, Chambord Liqueur, Pharrell William's Qream, Diabolo Natural Soda, Zenify sparkling relaxing beverage, Primo Beer, and AguaCon Water.
While sipping my Vodka one was able to watch the red carpet glitter and gleam with confirmed notables (including the cast of Bravo's "Real Housewives of Orange County", Keisha Whitaker, Aubrey O'Day and a Kardashian or two).
After a very upbeat and colorful opening dance number performed by HI FASHION, Israeli Tal Sereyn’s line and her co-designer Alexis Bellino’s line (of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Orange County), called ALEXIS, unfolded on the cat walk. Among the many pretty dresses, long flowy 70is inspired dresses in her casual collection, as well as more dressy couture collection with tight fitted black dresses, red short silk dress and sparkly blue dress stood out very dazzling for a girl’s night out.
Next in the line up was Lizzie Parkers modern knitwear with clothing for the average American woman who wants to look anything but average. Comfortable Jersey tops, layered with a-symmetrical shorter “fallen Angel tops”, long comfortable looking “Maxi skirts”, or hot “Lizzie Seamed leggings” paired with a-symmetrical jackets made even the Paparazzi blush.
Last but not least Romeo& Juliet’s apparel collection inspired by the CW hit television series “Gossip Girl” graced the stage with a diverse collection from couture inspired, sophisticated feminine tops, to a black dress(short in front long in the back), the versatile black pant suit, comfortable leggings combined with a blouse, as well as a few fashion-forward colorful dresses surprised both me and the audience positively, leaving us on a rather European note.
The line is in-tune with the trends of contemporary fashion, and it's ability to evolve with the trends and inspirations within the fast-paced and ever-changing industry in both realms of design and quality.
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