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Designer Tjasa Skapin To Show Sophisticated Creations in Cannes

Tjasa Skapin fashion show at the Cannes Fashion and Global Short Film AwardsSlovenian couture fashion designer Tjaša Škapin will present her latest creations during the Cannes Fashion and Global Short Film Awards. The fashion show will be held at 8:00 pm on Saturday May 20, 2017 in the Grand Salon at the InterContinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

Tjaša Škapin creates unique clothing under the Tjaša Škapin Atelje and Tjaša Škapin Couture brands. Tjaša finds inspiration for her creations in nature, architecture and relationships. Her passion is ignited by the magnificence of art, which is reflected in her haute couture collections. The distinctive designs bring together a fusion of history and modernity with a dash of glamour and femininity. All pieces are made of natural materials of the finest quality.

The woman who wears Tjasa Skapin’s creations is sophisticated, elegant and expressive, with refined taste. She is gracious and knows what she wants.

Tjaša Škapin has shown her designs at prestigious events in Slovenia and Italy, and exhibits her creations in a number of Slovenian castles and show rooms. She works with fashion designers and celebrities from Slovenia, Italy and Croatia.

Collezioni Haute Couture and Collezioni Donna is media partner for the Cannes Fashion and Global Short Film Awards.

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11 Reasons to Participate in Couture Fashion Week New York

11 Reasons to Participate in Couture Fashion Week New York

by Producer Andres Aquino

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1. CFW was the first to introduce an organized, professional, international couture and luxury designer event in New York.

Bringing new and seasoned designers from countries around the world.

2. First to introduce professional entertainers on a regular basis as part of New York Fashion Week.

Ranging from opera to Broadway tunes, from ballroom dancers to street dance.

3. First fashion event to feature fine art exhibits as part of the event on a regular basis.

Showcasing established painters, sculptors and craft artists.

4. First to make fashion shows accessible to consumers who buy clothes, not just “industry insiders.”

Prior to CFW, New York fashion shows were limited to “the industry,” leaving consumers–the very people who buy luxury garments and accessories–out in the cold.

In addition to the press and fashion buyers, CFW allows a number of tickets for each show to be sold to consumers.

Tickets can easily be purchased online on a first-come, first-served basis. Everyone can get a good seat and enjoy the shows.

Amal Sarieddine at Couture Fashion Week

5. First to create a prestigious and friendly atmosphere for press, fashionistas and designers.

Attendees have the opportunity to meet press and designers by appointment to get custom-made garments, or to place orders for their boutiques.

In the past, the press was treated poorly. CFW has continuously shown appreciation for the press and attendees can easily meet editors and photographers at parties and get-togethers.

6. First to introduce a full range of models from different countries and ethnic groups.

Including Asian, Latin American, African, East European and others representing the diversity of New York City’s melting pot.

But not only has CFW revolutionized the industry by breaking the barriers of just one ethnic group.

It also introduced the concept of healthy, fit, and even curvy models, moving away from traditional super-thin models, creating a positive image for young girls everywhere.

7. First to create fabulous parties accessible to both consumers and members of the industry.

Attendees can enjoy parties with models, designers and press that used to be reserved for fashion industry insiders only.

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8. First to provide a consistent unique experience ranging from General Seating to Platinum VIP.

Including guaranteed seats, gourmet dinner, lavish parties, red carpet photo-ops and special fashion tours. Each attendee has a good view of the shows.

9. CFW shows are centrally located in Times Square.

Easily accessible from anywhere by train, bus or taxi. It’s a location where fashion meets entertainment: right next to the Fashion District, Theater District and Restaurant Row.

10. CFW is a hair and makeup trend-setter.

An amazing team of top makeup artists and hair stylists create unique artistic looks for each collection, setting trends that later appear in publications and other shows around the world.

11. CFW is in its 21st season of successful fashion shows.

Established in 2005, the event has continuously featured two major seasons: Spring/ Summer and Fall/ Winter.

The event is recognized around the world and is featured in magazines and media on all continents. During the event, a large billboard in Times Square shows beautiful images from both designers and sponsors.

Atlanta-Based Couturier Nina Gleyzer Blends ’50s Chic Simplicity with French Opulence for Spring 2015

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Award-winning veteran couturier Nina Gleyzer will make her fourth appearance at Couture Fashion Week New York with the presentation of her latest collection “Nostalgie: Le Fin Mot”. The collection will be accessorized with head pieces by Natalya Bythewood. The fashion show will be held at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday September 6, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square.

As this is Nina Gleyzer’s final runway appearance, she designed a couture farewell collection inspired by her two loves: France, and ’50s fashion. Capturing an era-gone-by, this collection reflects a time when women sat in front of perfume-filled vanities to paint their faces and powder their noses, before dressing up in beautifully tailored dresses for coffee with friends.  “That’s how I envision women: chic, elegant… simplistic,” says Nina. “Nostaligie: Le Fin Mot” pays homage to the ’50s woman with a nod to French grandeur through the use of rich fabrication and exquisite pattern making. Read more…