It’s that time of year again when celebrities, fashion lovers and fashionistas alike look to the runway for the latest in fashion. The models will be strutting and the media will be buzzing… From London, Paris, New York and Milan it will all be fashionable.
We can’t forget our Central Florida fashion lovers. St Petersburg, Tampa and Winter Park all will be involved in fashion week and I’m sure our local designers will be creating a buzz of their own. Be sure to check out a fashion week event this year! Are you excited for fashion week? Which show are you planning on attending?
Here’s a look at some amazing designs from previous fashion week.
1920s, African-Americans, Al Pacino, Angela Bassett, Apollo Theater, Australia, Billie Holiday, Boldly Unique, California, Duke Ellington, Dutch, fascinator hat, Great Depression, Harlem, Japan, Josephine Baker, Maya Angelou, Milton Berle, New York, President Bill Clinton, Roman Rockwell, Sugar Ray Robinson
Harlem was originally a Dutch village, but by the 1920s it evolved into one
of the most vibrant epicenters for African-Americans, filled with art and
poetry and fashion. Harlem was home of the Apollo Theater and more than 125
other entertainment and cultural venues, including speakeasies, jazz clubs,
theaters and dance halls. It was home of top writers, athletes and artists,
among them Roman Rockwell, Milton Berle, Al Pacino, Duke Ellington, Billie
Holiday and Sugar Ray Robinson.
During the Great Depression the area fell into disarray, but Harlem’s bold
and unique spirit never died. And by In the 1990s, Harlem started
experiencing a major revival, and these days it is home for such notables
as Maya Angelou, President Bill Clinton and Angela Bassett.
This hustling and bustling area is now one of New York’s most unique
neighborhoods, and it is the inspiration for one of Boldly Unique’s fabulous
sets of fascinators, the Harlem Collection.
Whether you’re in Australia, Japan, California, Florida or Brooklyn. Come on a journey with us to Harlem and see all it has to offer. Dare to be different.