Los Angeles Fashion Weekend Thank you Statement to Diversity News Magazine/TV Teams and The Gallery LA
From the entire Diversity News Publications Family of Companies we want to thank our staff photographers, affiliates, partners, writers and reporters for representing and helping us to make LA Fashion Weekend Fall/Spring 2013@Sunset Gower Studios a HUGE SUCCESS. Our team knows who they are and we will be thanking them personally and online for their LOYAL and hard work.
Diversity News Magazine and Diversity News TV Thank goes to:
- Stella Gomez, Photographer/Writer and Reporter
- Thushari Jayasekera, Writer/blogger and photographer
- Ali Bigdeli, Photographer and Videographer
- Francois Palais, Photographer
- Gisele Rebeiro, Photographer and Talent/Host
- Idan Ozeri, Photographer
- Clinton H. Wallace, Photographer
- Steven Escobar, Editor-In-Chief and Producer/Camera
Our VIP’s celebrities and guests:
- Recording artist/performer and DIVA Cynthia Manley
- Fashion designer and producer Boy Lisazo
- Claire Palacios
Also Thank you to our invited team, could not be able to make it.
- Bob Delgadillo, Photographer
- Heathyr Wolfe, Writer/blogger
- Faye Sadou, Photographer
- Rodrigo Vaz, Photographer
Our team works very hard. Without them, we would not be able to share some of the best events, photos, and videos with you, especially the up to the minute news and entertainment. Also, thank you to our event media partners for making us part of their events.
Diversity News Magazine, published by Diversity News Publications, and Diversity News TV from Diversity News Productions/Publications wants to THANK the staff, management and producers of LA Fashion Weekend Fall/Spring 2013@Sunset Gower Studios for making us part of such an amazing and unforgettable experience, and for taking care of our team members, affiliates, guests and VIP’s.
Our Executive Editor-In-Chief Steven Escobar is so thankful to everyone who was part of the event and on behalf of him and our entire team we want to thank Mikey Koffman, her staff, her publicists and those who worked with her this season to make this all possible.
Also, on behalf of our Editor In Chief Steven Escobar we want to thank all of the other media, photographers, and videographers for being so cool and rocking it by featuring us in their print, online and video media outlets. Mr. Escobar stated that networking with them was perfect and wonderful.
Please enjoy our photographer photos:
Our executive editor-in-chief wants to thank so many people, and he will acknowledge them in the coming days in person or online.
We ask you to support our hard work by advertising or sponsoring our media outlets. Please contact Mr. Escobar at: 213-321-9408, 323-465-3945, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s work with each other. Thank you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please do not download (YOU CAN SHARE LINK) this photos because they are copyrighted. You need to ask permission from the photographers or Diversity News Magazine at Editor@diversitynewsmagazi
Editor’s Note: Statement proof read by Linda Satloff Krongold, New York, NY Correspondent and Proof reader.
This fall in fashion is a mix of trends from opposite ends of the spectrum: Fur-collared, brocaded elegance and minimalist military chic, diaphanous white dresses and leather matrix gear, leather-accented riding accessories and tiny florals. Yet each of these seemingly disparate trends is completely fall appropriate. Buyers will have a wide range of trends to pick and choose from for their own wardrobes. The wide range of styles this fall necessitates a guide to create a singular fall style, since the choices are anything but uniform.
Refined accessories in exaggerated shapes, such as oversized shawls and statement hats populate fall collections. Designers like Mark Jacobs have co-opted the grandma look and put a high-fashion spin on it, yielding outfits worthy of tea time. Extra-large hats, brooches and furs have drawn comparisons to British folkloric fashion, from Charles Dickens to the Queen. This look is feminine, bold but ladylike. One fall staple that could easily go over into winter are the heavy, structured coats. Edwardian accessories, brocades and knits are part of a rich but refined palate for fall 2012.
Another aristocratic trend from the fall runways are sporting clothes. Leather accents in tan and oxblood are ubiquitous, as are plaids, tweeds and herringbone. Reds and oranges are popular at Michael Kors while Ralph Lauren leans towards earth tones. Both collections could blend into fall scenery, from the bright fallen leaves of New England to the wilderness. Fair Isle sweaters and American heritage knits were a staple of the outdoor trend this fall.
Black and white monochromes were each a more cosmopolitan trend on the fall runways. Leather outfits worthy of the matrix contrasted with white knits layered with airy accents. Minimalists and urbanites should appreciate the minimalistic look. Black leather trench coats from Alexander Wang and architectural looks from DKNY would be at home in New York. Other New York designers put a new twist on winter white, bringing the look into fall. Monochromatic whites are a contrast to the ubiquitous black the city is famous for. Derek Lam provides white alternatives to the LBD while Proenza Schouler gives the pantsuit a head-to-toe whitewash. The minimalistic black and white looks are a foil for fall’s more ornate trends.
Another spare trend this fall is minimalistic military. Tailored jackets in shades of navy and olive were paired with straight skirts and belts. The look was less flashy renaissance Napoleon than modern uniform. Derek Lam puts an interesting twist on the military look, pairing a white fur coat cut in army style with a belt, white tailored menswear shorts, and gold shoes. More staid looks populated the runway at Elizabeth and James. Tailored looks reminiscent of military uniforms may be fall’s most streamlined style.
Minimalist or ornate, military or Edwardian, fall’s trends are varied enough to suit a wide range of personal styles.