LA Fashion Weekend Presents 100 years Anniversary of Sunset Gower Studios! The Los Angeles Fashion - Yasmin Santana October 23, 2012 FASHION, Fashion News, Runway October 20th, LA fashion weekend continues at Sunset Gower Studios where stylist, media, fashionistas, celebrities and fashion elites all came together for the grand finale of fashion week. Fashion weekend at Sunset Gower is a three-day event showcasing emerging designers spring and summer collections on the runway. This event was more like a party to mingle while enjoying music, cocktails, and viewing the collections from five talented upcoming designers. This event was held in an outdoors setting turned nightclub lounge at Gower Studios.The weekend was not only fashion weekend but also a celebration for Sunset Gower Studios 100th anniversary which made the event that much more of a reason to celebrate. A beautiful ice sculpture was displayed at the event in honor of the studios 100th anniversary. Among the different sponsors that night was Wella Professional, which hosted the event and was also a big sponsor of the event. Wella Professionals provided all the models with the gorgeous runway hair you see on the models. Wella Professional are pioneers in hair care innovation and creativity for over one hundred years now. The lounge setting was provided by stylish Cesar’s Palace’s new Nobu Hotel. The Nobu Hotel tower addition at the Cesar’s Palace in Las Vegas offering luxury, entertainment, fine dining and a sensual atmosphere. The makeup for the event was done by Napoleon Perdis Makeup Academy. Open bar was provided by Diabolo and Little black dress Vodka. Guest at the event had the opportunity to sample freebies from the sponsors before the runway show. There was a large crowd on this night reached to capacity for this event. The crowd was eagerly awaiting the runway show and enjoying the glamorous party atmosphere.Flynn Skye Collection spring/summer 2013 Flynn Skye for Spring Summer 2013Parides Spring Summer Collection 2013 Parides Spring Summer 2013 CollectionThe glamorous event featured five designers of the night: Parides, G. Kim, Flynn Skye, Wolfeep, and Black Hearts Brigade. One of the first designers of the night Flynn Skye presented the collection for spring/summer 2013. Her collection features a lot of bohemian inspired prints, light airy fabrics and definitely wearable pieces that are easy to mix and match into your wardrobe. This collection includes a lot of stripped summer dresses, rompers, and mini dresses that are more of a casual daytime look. One of my favorites of the night is G. Kim’s fashion, which can be worn for casual daytime look turned evening dinner date look. Her fashions are simple and more classic and sophisticated. Designer Parides offered a more Southern California bohemian beach chic look. Her fashion designs were one of my favorites of the night. I loved her flowy Boho chic halter dress, which was my personal favorite. She offers beach cover-ups, summer dresses that have tropical swirl of colors and perfect for a resort look. Another favorite piece of mine from her collection is a sexy black and white stripped beach cover up dress, which can be worn as a dress, or cover up. A perfect piece from out of the beach to evening dinner glam. Her collection offer a more young, sassy chic girly look. I also loved her snake print dress it is beautiful Native American style, a very light flowly sheer look. A definite must have! Black Hearts Brigade’s spring/ summer collection of 2013 offer more of a casual relax every day look from gorgeous turquoise mini dresses, turquoise leggings and a simple chic tank for a day time glam lunch date look, to cute sexy sweaters. I like her fashions as to me they are wearable day and night. Designer Wolfeep featured colorful animal print dresses, which offer casual, nightclub, wear to evening date sophistication. After the runway event the party didn’t stop there but continued with the designers in an after party.G. Kim Spring Summer Collection 2013G. Kim Spring/ Summer 2013 Collection Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.