Ivana Helsinki‘s collection reminds me of a mix of the 1960’s and what I think of when I think of Scandinavian style. The rope shoes and boots also added a nautical feel element that fits perfectly.
The show […]
Isaac Mizrahi presented one of the most formal lines of the Sprint / Summer 2011 with his Spring 2011 collection. One style that caught me off guard can be seen in the first designs to be presented on the runway.
The final designer to walk under the Argentina umbrella was Pablo Ramirez. Pablo’s creations for the S/S 2011 line are just as unique and adventurous as previous lines back as far as 2000.
The second last designer to showcase their collection from the Argentina Group was Maria Pryor. While growing up Maria would go with her dad to hear him sing opera and later she studied art and fashion design in Milan.
Evangelina Bomparola was the third designer to showcase under Argentina Group. Born in 1968, Evangelina studied communications and worked as a Fashion Producer and a journalist before going to Hermès as Head of Communications, reporting to Paris.
Laura Valenzuela, second on the runway under the umbrella of the Argentina Group delivered gorgeous creations crafted from some of the sheerest materials I saw on a model in all of Fashion Week.
Six designers from Argentina had a collective showing under the umbrella “Argentina Group”. First out on the runway was La Dolfina with their latest in the finest gear you will ever need for playing Polo.
Mackage was the second presentation I photographed during Fashion Week and the packed room of fans and media loved the collection from beginning to end as the models rotated between the three stages.
One other side benefit of a presentation over […]