Last Sunday I attended the GEORGINE Spring/Summer 2016 New York Fashion Week runway show. GEORGINE is always someone I mention to people if they are looking for something fresh and new within fashion.
If my friends, family or acquaintances want some inspiration or feel like they are stuck wearing the same thing day in and day out GEORGINE will get your wardrobe up to date with some fun, daring and beautiful pieces. That said, her clothing is not for everyone, I would say 50% of it is for people who are very well proportionate and the other 50% is for people like you and me, who wear a bigger size than size 6. This is good news though: not everyone is that accommodating when it comes to designers being size conscience.
I love to mention GEORGINE because she bends the rules in a beautiful and sophisticated way. She mixes colors that you would not normally think of and it comes out beautiful. She has a way with color that makes me very happy. The first section of her runway show was very daring but the other half made you understand where she was going with her collection. I will let the pictures speak for themselves and I will move on to the fun and fabulous section. The celebrities!
GEORGINE was packed with celebrities and no wonder. GEORGINE is fresh, hip and innovative. I got to get peaks of Model Stassi Schroeder and TV Personality Kristen Taekman both sitting next to each other, and from the look on their faces they seemed to enjoy the show.
Model Gia Genevieve was there showing off her amazing and fun style. The gorgeous Chef Caroline Byron was there and I still wonder how she can keep her figure and be a chef. As always you would see the very handsome photographer Nigel Barker amongst the crowd. Dianne Brill from Dianne Brill Cosmetics was there showing her fabulous self. And the very hot name these days actress Laverne Cox was there. It was impossible to get a glimpse of her as she was surrounded by people at all times, and I take my hat off for photographer Cindy Ord for capturing some great pictures.
Photos by Cindy Ord, Frazer Harrison, and Getty Images