For F/W 2015, Laurel DeWitt is for sure all about metallics, shimmer, and shine. Laurel DeWitt proposes hand-crocheted metal apparel that illustrates her unparalleled mastery over the vast behavior of metal. The materials here were out of this world, really lending a hand to this Egyptian vibe for this collection.
And yes, that is Amber Rose showing support for this designer, strutting her stuff in this show!
Not only were the materials a unique site for NYFW, but so too were the silhouettes. Metal-mesh open weave shirts boasting fistfuls of bouncing fringe in geometric patterns, a cropped jacket with golden flowers made of layered metal leaflets are two such examples.
DeWitt selected the perfect location for this boldly dynamic show, the Church of the Holy Apostles. Not only did Rose lend her support, Mary J. Blige, June Ambrose, and LaLa Anthony too turned out for support.
The focus for the color story here was clear, not just shimmer and shine, but loud metallics and bright gold.
Styling was immaculately conceived by Lisa Smith Craig. The show was produced by 4Season Style Management. For the best of the best nail art, we have Patricia Yankee. And the captivating beauty/makeup look was courtesy of Nu Evolution Cosmetics. PR — Seventh House.