Monday, 15 December 2014

Clothes Show Live - The Show

Last week I was lucky enough to go to the Clothes Show Live, the highlight of which is the 45 minute show, full of beautiful clothes, dancing and topless male models. It was hosted by designer Henry Holland with help from Joey Essex.

The show took a fun look through New York. We started with the vibrancy of Times Square, to the slickness of Wall Street, and then onto the ethereal and calm of Central Park - which clearly took inspiration from Swan Lake and was incredibly beautiful. Then it was on to the fun and bright colours of Coney Island, before checking in at New York fashion week. We visited the Hamptons where we saw a beautiful love story take place, and danced the night away at Studio 54, where the men wore cut-off shirts. Finally we ended up in Gotham, which was a little bit sinister. Each scene was a lot of fun, and told a story. The choreography in particular was really beautiful and slick.

The fashion itself was gorgeous. I loved the tailored suits of Wall Street which looked very wearable, and the bold and bright designs of Coney island. There was a lot of bold pieces and lots of metallic. See below for some of the fashion and show highlights.

All the photos were taken by my sister, the editor of independent magazine, Vanity Hype. She kindly let me use some for this post. They look much better than the ones taken on my phone!

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