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*PHOTOS Taken at The Fashion Designers Expo June 20th at the JW Marriott in LA

Written By: Marcelle - Jun• 24•15

Fashion Designers Expo Showcase in Los Angeles June 20th

On June 20th, Fashion Designers Expo presented a fashion show at the JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles. Fashion Designers Expo, created by Karine Melissa, is an organization that advocates emerging designers, models and artists. This year, FDE showcased fashion from Florida. Sponsoring the event was the non-profit organization, AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Designers, Oz+Õtz vended versatile pencil skirts in an array of fabrics for all shapes of women, along with casual tops and tees at the event. My  personal favorite!



The Enigmatic collection kicked off the runway show. The elegant Enigmatic outfits included party dresses in yellow satin and shocking pink. I was smitten by a dress with a scarlet bodice and black flowing tulle skirt. One model showcased an antique gold gown with appliquéd roses. Intyce Swimwear featured several one-piece swimsuits with low backs and cutouts on the sides in solid hues of olive green, fuchsia and periwinkle blue. A bikini with a leopard design top and lime green bottom attracted one’s attention. Next, models in Prestigace rocked their red, yellow and blue tees, white tees, bomber jackets and baseball caps. Two teenagers, Trinitee Stokes and Kendyl Sherri Powell, who showcased her Mon Reve line, presented their collections of cheerful apparel – appropriate for kids, but sophisticated enough for adults. Ferocious Fashion was next on the agenda: Models sashayed in evening and club wear featuring gold sequins, silver sparkles, purple with metal trim and black chiffon with soutache stitching. Fashionista Jen Summers showcased her exquisite collections: The Sugarpuss and Muheeka Collections.                   and

Models attired in Sugarpuss Clothing body wear shimmied down the runway donning black shorts with suspenders teamed with clingy red crop tops, sheer lacy body suits, and black and white striped dancewear. CW Sport attire included bright fun colored styles suitable for working out at the gym. Inspirational messages are sewn inside the clothing to get one’s spirit moving. The Muheeka Collection featured wearable attire inspired by Peru. Much of the collection featured neutral colors of black, white and tans. An ivory colored poncho trimmed with tawny fringe looked lovely on a gorgeous model. Courtney Allegra featured swimwear with interesting patterned fabrics of peace signs and dollar signs. The models rocked Caroline Sweet jewelry chains hanging with medallions and crystals as they strolled in the provocative swimwear. M the Movement showcased streetwear consisting of tees with a logo of a face on the backs, hoodies and biker jackets. A turquoise women’s biker jacket caught my eye, and I coveted what looked like an orange jacket made of synthetic python.

Written by: Anthea

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The Fashion Designers Expo was interesting and inspiring. It is a joy to see up-and-coming fashion designers’ collections, and all for a good cause. THE AIDS FOUNDATION.

THANKS TO Parker Whitaker Productions and Art Hearts Fashion



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