It is under the umbrella of the GreenShows, event designers dedicated to the emerging ethical ecologically aware NY Fashion Week, Bright Young Things has introduced its young and creative line. Designer Eliza Starbuck shared with attendees her eco-responsible vision and mission. The mission which is to recall that style lies in individuality and not the identity of a clothing brand in particular.
photography Roxanne Doucet for Papierdoll / Triptyqu3.com
The concept of Bright Young Things is very simple, it is to create and reinvent a style from one garment such as the little black dress. For those still wondering what to wear, Bright Young Things offers a way to accessorize the clothes we already have in our wardrobe to create a brand new look without breaking the bank. The designer proposes eight pieces with multi-functions that can be molded, folded, in front and can be worn backwards. For those with imagination, it is possible to convert shorts, skirt and wear the dress like a top, all the collection was presented in shades of beige mat, black, navy and olive.
Exit the runway supermodels such, it models all ages and sizes that we have seen a parade for a portrait quite representative of the company uniform and a collection based on comfort and versatility.The items can be worn by all ages and sizes. Despite the lax styling at this show, the many possibilities of clothing and the very essence of the line were well represented. Bright Young Things does not follow the dictates of trend-based fashion it was created for each personality.
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