Sue Wong Fall 2014 Collection - Edwardian Romance

                                Photo Credit: Bob Delgadillo

Leading fashion designer Sue Wong, who designed and launched a high-end dress line inspired by Disney's "Alice in Wonderland", debuted her Fall 2014 Collection at her Los Angeles Atelier on Friday, April 11, 2014. This year’s collection was called the “Edwardian Romance” dedicated to "Beauty, Magic and Transformation".  “What good is fashion unless it stirs up genuine emotion? Love and beauty have magical, transformative power.” explains Sue Wong.

Sue Wong

 

                                     Photo Credit: Guillermo Proano

The evening was filled with Hollywood socialites, fashion stylist, bloggers, magazine editors and many other guests. Some of the celebrities that walked the red carpet were Grammy Award Winning Recording Artist Omar Akram, football players Dale Moss and James Anderson, Swedish actress Britt Ekland, actor Ric Young, Actress Hélène Cardona, Actress Maitland Ward Baxter, recording artist Vaja, TV personality Daphne Wayans, International Model Carissa Rosario, producer Jennia Fredrique and others.

Vaja, Maitland Ward Baxter and Ashlee Keating

Carissa Rosario

James Anderson

Carissa Rosario and Marina BerBeryan

                       Photo Credit: Bob Delgadillo

The runway had a unique set up featuring two different catwalks on an elevated platform. The fashion show started with Sue Wong welcoming her guests and introducing modern master of the Indo-Nepali-Tabetan Buddhists, Maestro Romio Shrestha, followed by performance from Collier Landry.

 

Sue Wong “Edwardian Romance “ 2014 Collection was inspired from the period costumes of Downton Abbey, the poetry, the paragon of beauty, and the haunting nostalgia affecting the present and the future.  Sue Wong draws her inspiration from The Belle Époque era and interprets that in her sophisticated designs.  The collection palette included neutrals such as sandalwood, taupe, ivory and platinum and jewel tones such as sapphire, turquoise and amethyst combining with Fall colors chocolate, red and black.  Sue used variety of lace, tulle, chiffon, taffeta enriched with embroidery, appliqué, hand bead work, sequins and seutache. The gowns were accented with novelty elements including hand-knotted beaded fringe, cascading tiered skirts and Grecian draping reminiscent of Old Hollywood Glam, Parisian Elegance and 1920's Shanghai.  Further adornment beckoned jewelry by Vilaiwan designed by Joe Polthakorn.

 

 

 

 

                                              Photo Credit: Guillermo Proano

For Sue Wong fashion show, I showed off my style credentials in an Azure Blue empire waist gown featuring an amazing embellished neckline from Sue Wong Spring 2014 “Jazz Babies” Collection; Bringing Spring to Sue Wong’s red carpet this year, wearing Sue Wong’s exclusively made only one-of-a-kind gown from it’s collection. I paired my Carmen Steffens heels with my flowy gown for a slimmer and leaner look. As for my beauty-glam, I opted for a crisp make-up with a beige and peach shade along with a light smokey-eye look adding a bit of sophisticated drama. The lipstick was a combination of gold and light-rose lip gloss bringing out the vividness of my face without overdoing it. My blonde locks have always been my trademark ever since I can remember so big blonde hair with a focus on soft, shiny waved curls ruled the night.

Marina BerBeryan in Sue Wong

                                                Photo Credit: Anthony Diep

Upon the grand finale of Sue Wong “Edwardian Romance “ Fall 2014 Collection, for a moment there, I actually felt  the “Beauty, Magic and Transformation” from The Belle Époque era. It was just so astonishing!

 

To view more of Sue Wong’s collection visit the website

To keep up with Marina BerBeryan visit her website or the LAFashionJudge.

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