On Thursday, March 14th Style Fashion Week LA day 4 welcomes the 6:30 P.M. combined show by Linden and Madisonpark Collective. Locally designed and manufactured womenswear label, Linden, looks forward to the upcoming fall 2013 shows with the ‘Wind-Up Bird Collection’, inspired by the Haruki Marukami novel “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle”. The capsule collection references the complicated story of the book, but, as always, maintains wearability with flattering silhouettes and a mixture of hard and soft textures. Guests were able to see separates, dresses, and outwear with unique combinations of materials ranging from gauzy cottons to structured leather.
Designer Trey Alligood III closed the 6:30 show with Madisonpark Collective. He debuted his much anticipated women’s and men’s fall 2013 collection at Style Fashion Week. The collection focuses on timeless silhouettes with beautiful fabrics including selvage denim, stretch selvage denim, 100% organic cotton, re-claimed cotton, canvas, cashmere and lambskin leather. He has stayed true to what he does best and that is offering exceptional quality with sophisticated originality. Alligood uses beautiful fabrics from Japan with eco-friendly washes, a stunning color pallet, and insane trims taking this brand to another level. As always the small hand crafted details in the collection are incredible and everything is made right here in Los Angeles California!
Also Thursday, March 14th evening at 8:30 P.M., Style Fashion Week LA and Fashion Hope presented the Go Red for Women Celebrity Red Dress Fashion Show, benefiting the American Heart Association. This special fashion event is dedicated to raise awareness for the Go Red Movement, and to build support for the American Heart Association in the fight against heart disease.
Since its inception in 2004, the Go Red For Women movement has been spreading awareness about the risks of heart disease and helping women live healthier lives. Support by strong and powerful female voices gives the movement the ability to continue its important and necessary work. Their Celebrity Red Dress Fashion Show featured 15 celebrities walking the runway in stunning red designer gowns. The event was hosted by celebrity stylist Anya Sarre. Anya Sarre is one of Hollywood’s most influential trendsetters, known for her impeccable eye and ability to tie any look together with the perfect accessories. While Sarre is most known for her popular television appearances on Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, and Rachael Ray, Sarre’s designs, tips, and accessories have been featured in the pages of Genlux, Daily Variety, OK!, US Weekly, and Life & Style, among others. Born and raised in California, Sarre embodies a unique flare for fashion positioning her as one of the most sought after stylists in Hollywood.
Style Fashion Week LA partnered with Fashion Hope to present the Go Red for Women Celebrity Dress Show. Since May 2011, Fashion Hope has been using the fashion industry as a vehicle to build awareness and raise funds in the fight against human trafficking. With the involvement of fashion press, celebrities, designers, boutiques, and fashion professionals, Fashion Hope is able to educate a wide audience on this atrocity. They partner with Non-Governmental Organizations working on the forefront, rescuing and rehabilitating victims of human trafficking.
CAILYN Cosmetics provided makeup for Thursday’s Go Red Dress Show. As a trendsetter in the cosmetics industry, CAILYN delivers their high quality products throughout the US and internationally. CAILYN is praised for their state-of-the-art technology and years of experience producing all natural products for high-end spas and salons.
Ticket proceeds for the Go Red for Women Dress Show goes to support the American Heart Association, and they were sold online at www.stylefashionweek.com.
Style Fashion Week LA Day 4 of fashion was held at the historical Vibiana at 214 Main Street in downtown Los Angeles, CA from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
About Style Fashion Week LA:
Style Fashion Week is the newest and most ambitious fashion week to emerge from Los Angeles. The week of events consist of a welcome party for VIP and Media, followed by five days of runway shows. Initially regarded as the new kids on the block, Style Fashion Week LA has made a global impact on the fashion scene by presenting fashion in new ways, merging interior design with fashion design, and giving Los Angeles based designers a world-class platform to showcase their collections. SFW represents the diverse culture that embodies the people of L.A., making the City of Angels a fashion hub, and being a leader in the world’s fashion community where it belongs.
Fashionistas, celebrities, VIPs and media from the United States and around the world are set to cover Style Fashion Week. Style Fashion Week is the only one of its kind bringing together the top production and integratedmarketing teams. For more information visit http://stylefashionweek.com
Photos credit to: Francois Palais/Francois Palais Photography for Diversity News Magazine.