Fashion Week Studio presents international designers every season in Paris, Milan, and New York. A few of our designers are interested in a dress collaboration with top fashion editors and social media content creators, (over 500k) from either their collection or a customised dress.
It is impossible to attend a Fashion Week Studio event and leave feeling untouched by the hyperbolic gestures of high fashion and haute couture.
Although the decadence of the Ritz Vendome in Paris has always been the location hallmark of this production company’s exhibitions, Fashion Week Studio Official will now be presenting carefully-selected independent designers in three of the world’s most eminent cities — New York, Milan, and of course Paris.
This fashion season, the sumptuous walls of the Ritz, or what COCO Chanel considered to be her home for over 34 years, will persist in showcasing brilliant designers, in addition to other opulent locations within these fashion capitals.
This geographic expansion comes as a testament to Fashion Week Studio Official’s high demand in clientele, as well as its unrelenting desire to universally broadcast promising talent in the industry. With the busiest month of the apparel industry rapidly approaching, Fashion Week Studio Official anticipates its sixth season of debuting awe-inspiring clothing to fashion luminaries across the globe, this February.
These upcoming runway events will host a plethora of preeminent artists yearning to convey their creativity in the form of sartorial eye-candy. Premiering their elaborately-crafted collections, we await looks from Shushana and Amelia, sisters of London’s Miashan Couture, Demaine Tyrone, an advocate and creator of tall men’s modish clothing, Felicia Kande, couture-connoisseur based in Switzerland, and an animated ready-to-wear collection by model and actress, Jacqueline City.
Paying homage to their African roots, we anticipate the craftsmanship of DJ DON, a streetwear designer, as well as Pistis Ghana, a bridal line with exquisite taste. Running parallel with the theme of bridal will be Helena Kolan, an Israel-based gown tailor, Cristina Tamporero, a dedicated dressmaking artist, and Geraldine Daulon of Paris, France — all luxury lines that equally guarantee visions of timeless elegance. Bringing to the table tribal heritage will be Jason Smith of Urban Dashiki Jackets.
With polished and delicate adroitness, design houses Giovanny De Castro of Mexico and Carmen Klooren, based in Estonia, will both be leaving the audience entranced with their couture assemblages.
The history of Fashion Week Studio’s events has proven to be nothing less that the essence of fashion innovation at its finest.
With previously presented designers such as Quiteria Atelier, having her creations worn on the internationally-recognized celebrity, Beyonce, and Glaudi by Johanna Hernandez having designed gowns for nuovo celeb and socialite, Tana Mongeau, the ingenuity of these designers does, and will not disappoint.
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Written by Madison Grace Munson