Date: Sunday, September 9th. Venue: The Metropolitan
Couture eyewear designer to the stars Stevie Boi has framed the faces of such celebs as Beyonce and Madonna, his brand featured on the cover of Vogue, and has since expanded his collection to include Ready-To-Wear fashion.
Boi’s Spring line entitled Pink Factory celebrates youth and beauty with warm and soft colors in array of pink tinge hues. Solid, two-tone and signature, sheer, fishnet, alligator skin, perforated and glossy bandeau’s, crop tops and knitted long sleeves in pale pink, nude pink, lavender, salmon, sorbet and bubble gum. Matching sarongs, mini pleat, tulle and high waist skirts featured lace accents and stripes. Suede shorts and silver shimmer leggings made a brief appearance. Resort styles included one piece swimsuits, bikini underlay, diamond bra overlay, cutout swimwear, kimonos, caftans and sheer jumpsuits, with pops of magenta, lilac and sunset orange. Dresses in maxi and tube styles featured floral applique, zig zag patterns, cowl neck and godet skirt accents in a bevy of vinyl, sequin, metallic and reptile fabrics.
SB shades were in full effect, spiked, pearled, floral, drenched in diamonds, some with pom-pom accents, two-tone and opaque in oversize, cat eye, gun-shaped and ski looks. Headscarves were an integral part of the collection. Other fine accessories included diamond hoop earrings, pearl and crystal belts, cocktail clutches, sequin fanny pack and logo mouth mask. Coats and jackets luxuriated with studded trim and bejeweled belting cinched at the waist.
Men’s fashion was daring, a trailblazing fishnet kimono cardigan, seventies style jumpsuit, bold shorts, signature shades and oversize vinyl man bag tote.
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