Art Hearts Fashion, Part 2

Art Hearts Fashion was in full swing during NYFW, dominating it with s second day of shows, which wrapped up at the Refectory at the High Line Hotel. Art Hearts Fashion is one event that continues to showcase the strongest designers of the season. After opening day at Grand Central Station, Art Hearts Fashion showcased 7 designers at the High Line Hotel on Tuesday, September 15th.

Singer/songwriter Kelly Saint Patrick entertained guests throughout the night with acoustic performances.

Official Makeup Sponsor The Organic Face™ and Official Hair Care Sponsor Marrakesh worked behind the scenes, bringing to life the artistic vision of each collection. Make Up Teams lead by Head Key Erik Torppe

As a voice for artistic and cutting edge designers, Art Hearts Fashion is paving the way toward the future of Fashion Week. Art Hearts Fashion’s philanthropic drive stretches from coast to coast, putting the spotlight on how fashion can promote constructive ideals and influence the progressive evolution of the fashion industry. Each season, AHF works with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Make-A-Wish. Participating designers can be seen on every major Hollywood celebrity including: Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Nikki Minaj, Rita Ora, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood, and countless more. The platform is unequivocally intertwined with the causes and organizations it supports.

Special thanks to Art Hearts Fashion sponsors and supporters including: The High Line Hotel, VOSS Events, Monster Energy, Savvy Traveler and Shibue Couture the official undergarment sponsor of Art Hearts Fashion.   Art Hearts Fashion is produced by Erik Rosete and ParkerWhitaker Productions.

One Rose

Erik Rosete, "One Rose"   Erik Rosete, "One Rose"

Art Hearts Fashion Founder Erik Rosete opened the 9PM show with the debut of his “One Rose” collection. A sophisticated take on youthful ready-to-wear, this futuristic black and white collection featured creative color blocking, volume skirts, and sleek men’s shorts.

Erik Rosete, "One Rose"    Erik Rosete, "One Rose"

Erik Rosete, "One Rose"   Erik Rosete, "One Rose"

House of Byfield

House of Byfield   House of Byfield

House of Byfield brought innovative floral splash patterns to menswear this season. Pops of black and teal accented the tailored menswear, while light flowing dresses came alive with purple floral patterns. Men and women’s leather bags by Carat23 brought trench coat looks to a whole new level.

House of Byfield   House of Byfield

Furne One

Amato Haute Couture by Furne One   Amato Haute Couture by Furne One

Amato Haute Couture by Furne One closed the show with the darkly romantic “Love is a Battlefield” collection. Magnificent dresses of deep hues emblazoned with intricate embellishment stormed the runway. French laces and tulle paired with stretch & acid washed denims for looks that were volumized and full of the designer’s mark of elegance and drama.

Amato Haute Couture by Furne One  Amato Haute Couture by Furne One

Amato Haute Couture by Furne One    Amato Haute Couture by Furne One

Shoes by EMMETT Shoes and Hades Footwear made special appearances in the “Love is a Battlefield” collection by Amato Haute Couture and in the “One Rose” collection by Mister Triple, decadently accentuating the designer’s looks.

Erik Rosete, "One Rose"

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