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Los Angeles Style Fashion Week Finale: Runway Shows by Thomas Wylde and Honee

What a week, Stylistas!  I  got the opportunity to witness the final evening of runway shows for the Los Angeles Style Fashion Week on Sunday.  Fashion designers Thomas Wylde and Honee were showcased.

The first show of the evening featured the designs of Thomas Wylde, who is female and British born.  Paula Thomas founded the Thomas Wylde brand in 2006.  Known as a global luxury ready-to-wear and accessories label, Ms. Thomas was recruited by Givenchy to work with Julien Macdonald.  Her brand is best known for its “nuanced designs, innovative fabrications, quality construction and impeccable detailing.”   Her fashions are also worn by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry and Heidi Klum.  In 2015, her first flagship store opened in Los Angeles, California.  I was taken by her use of leather, zippers and flowing fabrics.  Everything showcased was absolutely breathtaking.

The other runway show highlighted the designs of Honee.  Her show’s concept was definitely cutting edge and something to talk about.  Honee’s background is in industrial design and she developed an interest in fashion because of her stylish mother.  She attended New York’s famous High School of Performing Arts, where she cultivated her love of the arts.   Honee believes that we use fashion as a personal statement to the world, and she chooses models who appear to be “living sculptures”.  Her vision  is apparent in the photos.  See below.

All in all, it was a fantastic evening!  I was also delighted to finally connect face-to-face with two Los Angeles based style bloggers.  Looking forward the next LA Style Fashion Week!

Shout out to God, because he is working in my life in so many ways to make my dreams come true!  Stay tuned for the full story on my new opportunity in a blog post coming your way!

Until next time, peace and blessings!

Love y’all!


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