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It’s that time of year again! I have put together a list of outfits that I think will work perfectly for everything from all your holiday parties to festive dinners… So you can spend more time with friends and family, and less time and stress on what to wear to your next holiday event.
The Michelle dress is one of my most versatile dresses. It can be dressed up or dressed down according to wherever your holiday dinner may be.
Visit us at PAULAHIAN.COM for more holiday inspiration.
Couture and Cosmetics, a Holiday Pop-Up Shop Collaboration between Paula Hian Designs and Laini Cosmetics, will take place Thursday, November 17th at 6-9PM at the Paula Hian Designs Showroom located at 106 Gay Street, Manayunk, PA, 19127. There you will be able to indulge in your love for luxury knitwear, accessories and winter outerwear, while perusing and purchasing versatile and quality makeup products that will perfectly complement your new Paula Hian styles. If you are lucky—and you will be – you will also find some holiday treasures for your friends and family as well. Remember the rule: “One gift for them, Two for me”.
Laini Cosmetics is a labor of love collection curated by Style and Beauty Expert, Laini Bianculli. Her company’s objective is to restore light to your complexion and overall makeup look in every category of the brand’s ready to wear products. Chief Creative & Image Director of http://www.StyleWithLaini.com, Miss Bianculli understands the need for versatile quality cosmetics to enhance your fashion choices and your 24/7 lifestyle.
The RSVP Ready Laini Cosmetics Holiday Collection is highly complementary to the pieces in the Paula Hian 2016 Fall/Winter Collection. Miss Hian describes the collection, manufactured exclusively in France and knitted in viscose-Lycra Italian yarns, as “graphic, bold and textured; either toned down in tailored form or jazzed up for more dramatic fashion.” For Fall/Winter 2016, her knit tweeds and abstract plaids are intended to look crisp and soft at the same time “to reflect the feminine/menswear vibe I am looking to portray.” The colors run the spectrum from black and navy to azure blue, poppy and electric blue into tonal greys. “I see these colors and the mixtures of them as ‘Paula neutrals’… to cleanse the palate. I am not a beige person- ever. Rarely pastels. These colors feel Fall 2016 to me rather than the browns and more traditional autumn-looking shades.” (The Paula Hian 2016 Fall/Winter Collection is presently available online at http://www.paulahian.com.)
As you sip the complimentary champagne and/or wine at this special event, the Paula Hian 2016 Fall/Winter Collection, accessories and more, will be on display in the showroom and Miss Bianculli will be available to do mini makeovers and teach guests new makeup application techniques using the Laini Cosmetics makeup line. She will also help guests match their Paula Hian purchases with the proper makeup, all of which will be available for ordering during the evening. Think of this as an upscale designer trunk show with all the extra trimmings. Is there a better way to start the holiday?
Guests attending Couture and Cosmetics will receive an EXCLUSIVE discount code that will last one week (November 17th-24th) for purchases on both http://www.lainicosmetics.com and http://www.paulahian.com. For more information on Couture and Cosmetics, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 215-487-3067, http://www.paulahian.com, or Laini Bianculli at email@example.com.
On October 20, the upscale men and women’s clothing store, Garmany, located at 121 Broad Street, in Red Bank, New Jersey, held a special National Breast Cancer Awareness Month event benefiting the Susan G. Komen group of Central and South New Jersey. Garmany’s “A Night To Fight” event featured fun freebies, prizes, pampering and luxury services; as well as an exhibition of specially-designed pink dresses from a selection of invited designers (including Miss Hian) and much more.
There was also a signature pink cocktail, specially concocted for the event.
Says Miss Hian, “The fight to end breast cancer is never ending and it was an honor to participate in the event at Garmany. Everyone has a part to play in this battle and Garmany, the Susan G. Komen organization, as well as the other guests who attended ‘A Night To Fight’ moved the needle that much closer to finding a cure.”
In addition to Johnell Garmany, President of Garmany and his staff, guests included Sally Sheperdson, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Central and South New Jersey, members of her staff, Susan G. Komen CSNJ Board of Directors and representatives from other local businesses.
By Phillip D. Johnson
With a touch of France, this season blends architecture with perfected stitching to create one-of-a-kind pieces. Inspired by her travels, Paula’s vision of abstracts and geometrics come alive in this collection.
The Danielle Dress stands as the “New Power Suit” in John-John Williams’ avant-garde photo shoot for the Baltimore Sun. A continuous abstract pattern captivates this jackie o style collar in a gaze.
MODEL: Amanda, from THE Artist Agency
HAIR: Brian Oliver
MAKEUP: Dana Spence
PHOTOGRAPHER: Lloyd Fox
STYLIST/PRODUCER: John-John Williams IV
ART DIRECTION: Leeann Adams
Check out Fashion Guy Phil’s blog post on Paula Hian’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection!
Lookbook Images photographed by Hyuna Shin/Provided by the Designer
Fashion designer Paula Hianhas launched herFall/Winter 2016 Knitwear Collection, which she describes as “graphic, bold and textured; either toned down and in tailored form or jazzed up for more dramatic fashion.” The Paula Hian Collection, manufactured in France, is knitted in viscose/Lycra and novelty cotton/silk blends made from Italian yarns.
Miss Hian’s design philosophy comes into full bloom when “when color, shape andtexture can be combined with modern style in a timeless way.” A lover of looking put-together, she wears her own designs and finds a kinship with women who refuse to become a slave to the trends. She designs for the independent minded woman who thinks on her own and has her own sense of style. The eloquent statement she makes with her clothes is perfect for someone who has…
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