Vancouver-based conform designer Esther Ashiru is headed for a Big Apple.
The Nigeria-born and Ireland-raised pattern talent will showcase her latest designs Sept. 8 during Fashion Week in New York City after The Art Institute of Vancouver tyro won a contest.
“I’m anticipating to get bearing for my work and contacts in a industry,” Ashiru told The Sun of what she hopes to benefit from display during a well-attended general conform event.
Dubbed Paris Bound, Ashiru’s latest collection is desirous by Parisian couture as good as by a prosperous fashions ragged by French royalty.
“My work tends to concentration on a tellurian figure and conform as a form of performance,” she explains. “In this collection, Paris Bound, my concentration was to emanate lush red runner dusk wear regulating stunning, high-quality fabrics such as sequin lace, beads, edging and silk organza. That ideal couture dress that kingship would wear in a city of lights.”
Ashiru’s uncover will be streamed live during 8 p.m. on Sept. 8 during Aifashionweek.com.
Brit oppulance code Aquascutum is back
Searching for a ideal tumble topper? Look no serve than Aquascutum.
The British oppulance brand, that is famous for a made-in-England creations including prepared to wear, outerwear and accessories, is behind during Edward Chapman Woman in Vancouver.
The boutique will be carrying a iconic Aquascutum ditch in black, navy and camel, as good as assorted accessories and women’s conform pieces. Prices for a designs start during $250.
Edward Chapman Woman operates locations in South Granville, South Surrey and West Vancouver.
To learn more, visit Ecwoman.com.
Karl Lagerfeld designs land during Hudson’s Bay
The stylish designs of iconic conform engineer Karl Lagerfeld have landed during Hudson’s Bay.
The Canadian tradesman will be a disdainful home of a German designer’s namesake collection, Karl Lagerfeld Paris.
The womenswear collection includes ready-to-wear coats, dresses, accessories and some-more — labelled from $89 to $410.
To learn more, revisit TheBay.com.