Friday, December 23, 2011
Caramente's new Winter 2011/2012 line features spokesmodels Young Savage and Young Poppa and includes a selection of sweatshirts, belts, and wristbands. The styles are now available in men's, women's and even kids sizes on CaramenteClothing.com
Monday, December 19, 2011
Tuesday, December 13th was a day for making new changes and that change is in the fashion world of Philadelphia. At Macy's in Center City, a press conference was held to talk about the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator. It is the 1st of its kind and many supporters of the project came out to the event that is in hopes of becoming a resource for the fashion industry. Urban Outfitters is one of the projects main sponsors and other Philadelphia based companies. The goal of the fashion incubator is to bring more and better retail in center city and to become a nurturing environment for fashion businesses. The project took 2 years to complete going back to September 2009 with the focus being towards the city of Philadelphia retail and fashion collection. Mayor Michael Nutter spoke about the project and stated that the city recognizes fashion and wants to invite other businesses to be apart of what Forbes Magazine names the 6th best city for fashion. Lisa Cunns who is the executive producer of the project spoke as well and is determined to make Philadelphia the number one best city for fashion rather than number 6. Fashion exists everywhere and the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator will make fashion become an essential part of our lives.
Saturday, December 10th was a celebration of the art of fashion and accessories at the Walk The Talk event in Philadelphia. The event was a collaboration of Young Hip & Chic, Can Ya Heel Me? And Showroom77 that brought in a plethora of artistic people. The event was beautiful: fashionable clothes, stylish accessories, amazing food, giveaways, and free shoes! This was a great networking event for models, fashion designers, and artists. The event shined light on the importance of bloggers and their impact on the media. Bloggers from Philadelphia, New York, DC, and New Jersey came out to the event. One interesting thing was the fact that this event was the idea of 16 year fashion blogger, Tweety Elitou of Young Hip & Chic! She is the youngest fashionista in Philadelphia who is making BIG moves. She is very inspiring and doing events like the Walk The Talk is only the beginning for her. She embraces her culture and has a strong passion in fashion. Overall, the event was a great experience and just being around unique people with the same passion was a blessing in its self.
Friday, December 9, 2011
L.J. Greene is the designer behind of the fresh, new brand, Elley Gene. Hailing from Philadelphia from a family of seamstress, Greene learned the proper way to sew by the age of 13. Combining the names of her grandmothers to show appreciation for the talent she's been blessed with and to reflect the unique spirit of the diverse brand, Elley Gene was born. Greene also uses music and other influential people to inspire pieces for the collection which includes dresses, tops, bottoms, outterwear, jewelry and other accessories, along with vintage pieces. With such fine creative innovation, that's no telling what L.J. Greene will come up with next. To check out more of Elley Gene go to ElleyGene.com, follow her on twitter at twitter.com/shopelleygene and "Like" Elley Gene on Facebook.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Nicole Miller Philadelphia hosted a Blogger/Press Event in their boutique located The Bellevue on Broad Street. Some of Philly's hottest bloggers and entrepreneurs including yours truly was invited to mix-n-mingle while checking out the new beautiful pieces from the Fall 2011 Collection along with a sneak peak of what's in store for Spring.
|(Top Left) Did you know Nicole Miller had Menswear?|
(Top Right) The DJ spinning some tunes.
(Bottom Left) The Spring 2012 Preview
(Bottom Right) Bridal Collection
|(Top Right) Nicole Miller covers the Philadelphia Style Magazine|
|Beaded, Stiched, and Jeweled Accessories|