Glenn Gordon shoots “Springtime at the Beach” fashion editorial, depicting the calmness of the ocean and the warmth of the sun, featuring model Georgene Smith, hair and makeup by Enriqueta Cruz, and wardrobe styled by Agnes Desiderio.
Held at Vibiana in Downtown Los Angeles during Style Fashion Week LA Fall 2013, Go Red for Women was an event to be remembered, and a genuine cause célèbre.
At Pier 57 on February 8, 2013, in New York City, Sally LaPointe showcased her Fall 2013 collection. The diversity of the pieces were amazing. This dark, goth-inspired collection had a bit of an 80s feel to it. However, the references to other influences are endless: Matrix, futuristic styles, flared-hemmed tops, bare-backed silhouettes, and even startling feminine pieces. The color theme stayed safe with black, tan, white, rust, and splashes of red. Check out the Sally LaPointe Fall 2013 Runway, photographed by Arun Nevader.
Held at the Skylight Studio on February 9, 2013, in New York City, fetish inspired silhouettes, parabolic seams, figure-hugging dresses, and a twist on jackets with big round buttons are what described Altuzarra’s Fall 2013 collection.
For those of us who love Barbie dolls, this fresh fashion editorial gives us a hint of what could be Barbie’s new wardrobe this Spring. Doll-like model Amanda Michelle looks hauntingly much like a Barbie in this fashion spread with bright colors contrasting with both her black and red hairdos.
With a special appearance by Aviva Drescher of Real Housewives of New York, designer Malan Breton’s show was one of the most tweeted during Fashion Week in New York; he really outdid himself with his latest collection. The line was dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, and while watching it, I really felt like I was witnessing an “old Hollywood” made-new tribute. The dresses were demure and sultry, just the way Marilyn Monroe wore them whenever she made a “dressy” formal appearance, or appeared on the red carpet.
Rolando Santana’s latest collection was inspired by the three-dimensional abstract creations of John Chamberlain. Known for his feminine dresses with uncomplicated silhouettes, designer Rolando Santana keeps up that standard and delights us with flirty accents. His textiles are enhanced by rare color details.
My past training and education affects who I am today, and I express who I am today through my design choices and fashion creations. The passion, expression and emotion I experienced through my training in theater, television; painting and ballet comes out with my fashion creations. The work discipline from being a practicing dental surgeon affects my strong work ethic.