Chiara Boni was at Fashion Week NYC presenting her new Spring Summer 2016 Collection this past September.
I had the opportunity to attend her fashion show at the Artbeam in Chelsea. I was also able to be backstage previous to the show, and I must admit that I went crazy when I saw her collection laid-out across the room.
OMG! It was so vibrant, elegant and ladylike! I could not stop taking pictures and already imagining the show at the same time.
And just as I imagined, the runway show was outstanding! So perfect and delightful that you knew it was meticulously planned out.
Besides, everyone there was so impeccable and so well dressed! I loved it ♥
Chiara Boni La Petite Robe Spring/Summer 2016 Collection is inspired in the designer’s personal memories of fairies and blossom gardens captured and transcribed into dreamy/romantic, vibrant, modern, sophisticated and sweet feminine designs.
It features puffed peplums, cutouts, mermaid silhouettes, capes and svelte maillots subtly covered by embellished flowing trains; stretch jersey, tulle, embroideries and georgette fabrics in raspberry and peachy hues, as well as very classic and sophisticated black and white designs.
The musical highlight was represented by “92 Days”, a song specially composed by producer/composer Yakamoto Kotzuga for this fashion show.
Chiara Boni is an Italian designer who began her career in 1971 opening, in Florence, her first boutique where she proposed dresses designed by herself. She has created a cult following of women, from celebrities to television anchor personalities. La Petite Robe was born in 2007 and since then this Collection represents a choice of style at very competitive prices.
Her style is always elegant, timeless but always innovative.
Here a few of the shots I took myself at her SS16 Fashion Show during New York Fashion Week.
Chiara Boni At Fashion Week NYC
Raspberry And Peach Hues
Rose And Oriental Blossom Prints
Black And White Contrasts
Chiara Boni Spring/Summer 2016 Collection Was Presented At Fashion Week NYC This September. Take A Look At Her Romantic, Vibrant And Sophisticated Designs!
NY Fashion Week counts with the invaluable contribution of LATINISTA Fashion Week event that takes place during Fashion Week in NYC, as well as other main cities in the United States.
It was created by Dee & Co Group, and it is basically the official fashion week for Latino and Latina designers, where Hispanic fashion designers have the opportunity of presenting their most recent collection during Fashion Week.
I had the privilege to assist LATINISTA Fashion Week last Friday to be delighted by the Spring/Summer 2016 Collections of fashion designers Cesar Galindo and Milagros Batista.
The show was outstanding! I enjoyed it to the fullest. You were able to tell all the time and hard work that it was put into this event to make sure it came out as perfect as it did.
The following is a summary of my favorite styles and designs presented from each designer and their new SS16 Spring/Summer Collection.
Which design or motif is your favorite?
LATINISTA NY Fashion Week
Milagros Batista – Batista Colections
Milagros Batista is a Dominican designer who designs knitted pieces of clothing for women. She believes knitting is deeply spiritual and opens new paths for growth, experience and beauty. She started knitting at the early age of 7 years old, rapidly standing out for her particular style and skills.
Her new SS16 Collection is a combination of neutrals and bright colors with soft and relaxed hand knitted styles and unique details that will definitely make you stand out from the crowd. It is a breathtaking collection that subtly reveals the beautiful feminine silhouette in a chic and posh way.
Chic Resort Motifs
Glam Mod City Styles
Cesar Galindo – CZAR by Cesar Galindo Collection
Cesar Galindo is a well known Puertorrican self thought designer who resides in New York and gained notoriety when his washed silk kimono dress made the cover of Elle magazine in July 1993 on supermodel Karen Mulder. Besides designing his own collection, he also serves as a contract designer for private clients and for established labels including Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein Collection, L.A.M.B., among others.
His new SS16 Collection is fun, electrifying and vivacious. It is based on lots of fringe, sequin, crochet and tie-dye designs with vibrant colors and relaxed silhouettes.
For All Fringe And Sequin Lovers…
Crochet And Vibrant Hues ♥
Sumptuous Tie-Dye At Its Best!
Here The Deets Of LATINISTA NY Fashion Week Featuring The Spring/Summer 2016 Collection Of Two Talented Hispanic Designers: Cesar Galindo & Milagros Batista.
Daniel Silverstain Spring/Summer 2016 Runway Show took place last Wednesday at Shop Studios NYC, where he presented his most recent and breathtaking collection.
Daniel Silverstain is an Israeli designer based in New York City who gets inspired by the architecture and art of the mid-20th century (era of hi-technology and industrialism) interlocked with aims for innovation and futurism, creating a range of simplified shapes that compliment the female body and give it a sophisticated, yet comfortable look.
“I design to inspire women to be bold, to be courageous, to standout, and to create a story of their own”.
Daniel Silverstain Spring Summer 2016 Collection
“In 1967, everything was wonderful. It was the year of love and the year of Expo 67”.
His Spring Summer 2016 collection is a combination of neutrals used as framework, embellished with a splash of an energetic palette of primary colors well structured.
I love how he captures the vintage air of Expo 67 and transforms it into a futuristic collection made for that bold woman who doesn’t mind to stand out and make a statement.
“It tells the story of the world’s future from the angle of the most successful world’s fair of the 20th century – Expo67. With high sense of optimism, Montreal turned to a hotbed of culture, where individuals could tour the world in a few hours, and get a look at the future from the point of view of 62 different countries.
This monumental event not only placed Montreal on a global center stage, but was also the catalyst for the city’s development into one of the most cosmopolitan and distinct cities in the world.
The impressive dimensions of modern decors, and innovative architecture that reshaped the city of Montreal, inspired the collection, which focused on the hub of cultures with futuristic essence.”
As I said before, the color pallet of the season is built on neutral hues with contrast shapes of primary colors, representing national flags. Lace and crochet textiles are coated in metallic gloss, and intricate multi-yarn jacquards are mixed with natural wovens, creating soft and relaxed silhouettes.”
SS16 Runway Show
Here Some Live Videos!
Here A Recap Of The Entire Daniel Silverstain Spring/Summer 2016 Collection!
Daniel Silverstain Spring/Summer 2016 Collection: A Futuristic Approach Using Neutrals As Its Framework, Embellished With A Splash Of Vibrant Primary Colors.