New York, New York– Neodandi presented an interesting fashion presentation that concluded New York Fashion Week in midtown NYC. The brand is based around an idea moving through time, and touches on universal forms of human expression manifest in fashion design. The designer wanted the presentation to represent clothing as a poem, and bodily movement offering a view of fashion never seen before.
The presentation spanned 30 minutes of slow, intense interpretive dance movements. The movements displayed the function of the pieces and the connection it has to the body. Individuals embraced these slow movements, then throughout the performance they would pause, standing still. Groups would then walk the runway and have some form of a kinesthetic touch, moving from person to person. It was a very earthy, hippie-styled show. See the collage above for photos of the performance and clothing line.
Blaire Brown started a purse business at the age of 16, designing and creating purses to sell online at www.fashionflamingo.etsy.com. It first started out as a hobby, and then it flourished in her hometown so she decided to pursue fashion as a career in college. She is currently a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology and is continuing to chase her dreams of running her own business and writing in the Big Apple. Throughout the 7 years of being in business, her purses have been recognized by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Next In Fashion blog, and other publications.