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Sherri Hill Shows Her Fall/Winter 2019 Collection At New York Fashion Week

Sherri Hill’s Fall 2019 collection kicks off the show with dazzling embellished dollar signs on plush black velvet, a perfect representation of the overall theme-pure luxury. Geometric print beading in fun multicolor as well as classic black and white are reminiscent of the 80’s and 90’s, major trends for the season. Embellished head-to-toe animal print brings a sense of power and fierceness to the runway.” From Sherri Hill

“The featured colors this season–bright warm yellow, eccentric chartreuse green, and bold fuchsia–are as unique as the collection itself. Shades of blue also turn heads in this collection, from pale and icy to rich sapphire. Deep red gowns with gold beading emulate the opulence of Baroque fashions. Light and airy chiffon skirts walk alongside fitted gowns dripping in sparkle. Unique necklines flatter the décolletage and deliver high fashion elegance. The show’s finale gowns include sheer ivory and nude, as we’ll as the major show stopper–metallic pale gold.” From Sherri Hill

Elizabeth Kennedy dazzles with her gowns at NYFW Spring 2018 RTW

Elizabeth Kennedy ’s Spring collection dazzles. At the urging of Bergdorf Goodman, Elizabeth debuted her first evening wear collection in 2012. Prior to that she designed in-demand couture for BG’s clients and headed Donna Karen Atelier. For the Spring 2018 RTW collection she mentions René Magritte as a creative influence.

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Highlights from NYFW: Marchesa Spring 2016 RTW

“A botanical menagerie of caged birds” was the inspiration for Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s feminine Marchesa spring lineup. And while it was frothy with its pale pinks, greens and yellows, there was also a darker, romantic mood weaved throughout.

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There were fluffy feathered skirts, 3-D embroideries of flora and fauna, artfully arched modesty-preserving wings. Bird and petal motifs rendered in 3-D embroidery imbued movement and texture to the lineup’s dramatic evening gowns.

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With voluminous skirts featuring layers of dip-dyed tulle in an ombré of pastels, the gowns, some decorated with back bows and lace-up detailing, were nothing short of exquisite.

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