Kelly Fountain is a fashion and beauty writer from California. She started her career at Marie Claire Magazine under Nina Garcia and worked with Conde Nast in London. Since then, she has started her own marketing agency and works closely with Numero Russia. She has covered fashion week and the beauty conferences in New York, Paris, London, Milan, Los Angeles, and Berlin. She enjoys traveling and learning about the history, art, culture, and architecture of the cities she visits.
Inspired by their new location in tropical paradise Miami, Becca McCharen-Tran curated her collection in candy colors and neon metallics. Chromat's runway shows are all about inclusivity and celebration of all bodies and genders and this season was no different. Models of all sizes confidently showed off their features and style which was met with great acclamation by the audience.
Black and white newspaper prints graffitied with the words Scandal and Tragic graced the runway of Jeremy Scott this year. The collection aimed to capture the relation between millennials looking for "cheap thrills" and the media. It was edgy yet alluring, a complete show shocker!
The highlights of this collection were an asymmetrical black jumpsuit and a halter sapphire sequined dress with black lace cascading down from a silk ribbon around the neck. Self-Portraits' line was the perfect combination of sexy and sophisticated.
Custo Dalmau dazzled the crowd with his colorful sequins, flashy metallics and faux fur fringe. Children and women strutted down the runway sporting their glitzy outfits. Brandon Maxwell
Brandon Maxwell is the best of both worlds transitioning between sporty glam looks for his fall collection. The show opened with an all black sexy sports bra paired with comfy black trousers. The emphasis was on lean looks synched at the waist. The evening wear gowns were breathtaking in jeweled peridot and a rosy red.