Young American Fashion Designers to Look Out For…!!!!
The Young fashion Designers in America are reinventing the outlook of Fashion Industry. Take a look at some of the happening Young Fashion Designers of NYC.
Fashion is a subjective term in that everyone derives his/her own version of the subject. Every single individual is entitled to hold an opinion based on what inspires them in life. Talking about fashion, the discipline of fashion designing is the new style statement that is selling out exceedingly well in the market, and so are the fashion designers. Fashion designing is a branch of arts dealing with the execution of aesthetics or natural beauty towards the creation of clothing and accessories. Being in charge of carrying out the concept, fashion designers are renowned for creating masterpieces that reflect the time and spatial characteristics of the particular area.
Today, the modern American society is facing an influx of young fashion designers who have surely changed the outlook of designing. The stupendous chef-d’œuvres of these youngies is a reflection of the fact that a mere degree of the subject will not guarantee a distinctive name in the industry. The recent lot of young fashion designers from around America are gashing the fashion rule books by synthesizing traditional with unconventional, thus, creating masterpieces that speaks the heart out. This will surely break the shackles of the orthodox fashion industry and will take American industry to new dimensions, thereof, unimaginable heights.
In lieu of the contribution that these young designers are destined to play, this article have collected information on some of the top young fashion designers in America. So, if you are bored of the traditional designers and are searching for a fresh and new perspective, book a visit to any of the following label. Take a look!!!!!
Jerome Lamaar is a resident of New York with Afro-Portugese and Ethiopian decent. Being in the role of an internee, working for Baby Phat by Kimora Lee Simons, the designer debuted with the fashion industry at an admirably young age. He was only at the age of 15 when he came out with his own jewellery making ideas. The former internship smoothened his way towards a big break when he was assigned to design all the costumes for singer Mariah Carey’s 2006 Adventures of Mimi world tour. His hard work earned him this breakthrough only at the age of 20. Before the launch of his own brand “5:31 JEROME”, the designer has the honor of working with brands like Armani and Swarovski. With the launch of his own brand, Jerome is working towards designing a line of clothing that is wearable, sexy and intelligent for the modern American working woman. The American women love his ideas of designing costumes that can be carried from staff meetings to after work cocktails. With this in mind, the wunderkind is definitely redefining the outlook of a contemporary, confident and professional American woman.
Well!!! Rosie Assoulin is a name that defines style by comfortability. In a recent interview with the ELLE magazine, the designer made a statement “If I can make a ball gown feel like a pair of sweatpants, then I have succeeded.” The statement tells all about the type of work intended by this designer. The ideas presented by this New Yorker are loved by women humongously, as it reinvents American clothing styles and unique ways of presenting them. Assoulin takes inspiration from simple, yet elegant, elements including floor skimming pants and tea-length gowns. Among the many achievements paving her way, she was selected as one of Forbes magazine’s “30 Under 30” in the field of art and design in 2014.
Sally is a native from Massachusetts who was determined to transform her liking for fine arts into a majestic career in fashion designing. Her steadfast career was acknowledged by the Forbes magazine when she was chosen in the list of “30 Under 30” in the category of art and design in 2013. The 2006 fashion graduate of the Rhodes Island School of Design moved to New York and laid foundation for the setting up of her own brand with a fellow student of RISD. LaPointe has added a more intense feel to her line by dwelling it on the tag of “a sophisticate with darker inclination.” Her collections are perfect to go with the resolute feminine celebrities like Emily Blunt, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, etc. These and many other celebrities have adorned themselves with the commanding, alluring and determined designs of LaPointe.