Jason Peters collection was the perfect opening for finale night. His Spring/Summer collection of embellished swimwear featured bright, bold colors and a youthful appeal. I can only imagine how dazzling the gems and crystals used in each garment will sparkle in the warm sunlight
If I had to use three word to sun up Joseph Singh’s collection it would be structured, tailored and edgy. The Parsons graduate and former inter at Donna Karen knows how to combine texture with form to create drama with monochrome colors If I had to use three word to sun up Joseph Singh’s collection it would be structured, tailored and edgy. The Parsons graduate and former inter at Donna Karen knows how to combine texture with form to create drama with monochrome colors.
Flow by Tara Davis reminds me of what modern, southern women like to wear. With a mix of gorgeous dress, chic separates and modernized jumpsuits her collection appealed to a variety of women.
Presenting her collection in all black and gray, designer Rinat Brodach makes a statement by using elegant draping and interesting shapes.
Justin Leblanc Just a few days ago, Justin Leblanc confirmed he will be on the next season of Project Runway All Stars. Seeing his collection felt like a sneak peek on the great things that we will will see from him on the show. His all white collection with a hint of mint was ethereal and feminine.
For the grand finale, Sandro Masmanidi closed the show with a mix of historical Spanish and Italian influences. Throughout the presentation, models walked out onto rose petals to emphasize a romantic theme. His designs incorporated lots of volume and delicate trim work which help to create and unforgettable end to an amazing week.
All photos: Erin L Hubbs for Charlotte STYLE Magazine