Malan Breton | Fall/Winter 2016

Malan Breton | Fall/Winter 2016

Malan brought magic to the Gotham Hall Runway with his hypnotizing New York Fashion Week runway show!

Writer: Daetrel Ortega-Bay
Photographer: Brittany Hogan
Producer: Style Fashion Week
Location: Gotham Hall

His lovely female models wore full bouncy wand curls reminiscent of the late 1970 with red lips, exaggerated cat eyes, and triangular cut eyes while adorning crystals in the shapes of scorpions, moons and stars strategically placed to accent bare parts of skin. The male models’ hair was clean cut and slicked into styles reminiscent of the 1940s or long and lightly flowing. This explosion of cultural fashion and fabric illusion left us speechless!!


Hair: Women’s late 1970’s wand curls, exaggerated Cat eye & red lips, Men’s 1940’s inspired

Trending Colors: Maroon, Black, Gray, White, Purple, Fusia, Bronze, Copper

Trending Style: Large lapels, High collars, Elegant edgy cultural enchanting Asian inspired, Bewitching moon, star, scorpion rhinestone, Velvet, Wool, Cashmere, Sequin, Leather, Printed suits, Hooded blazers, Rain coat material, Trench Coats, Gowns galore, Cinched waist dresses, Red with turquoise elusion, Red with black elusion, Chunky Jewelry

Models were extremely professional

The stage was highlighted in fashion of black, white, gray, maroon and purple. His illusion pieces changed from red to turquoise and red to black. With every step, turn and pose the fabric color changed in front of our eyes! Mr. Breton brought the drama with sexy cut out gowns, chunky jewelry and extra high collars. This year Malan Breton brought us amazing outer wear in the form of black and white trench coats. For those rainy days Malan Breton designed high fashion shapely men’s and women’s raincoats that put the classic yellow coat and rain boots to shame!  He presented bronze and copper printed blazers with hoods for both men and women. The two piece printed suits made from beautiful velvet, cashmere, wool and leather accented with purple and fuchsia printed ties had the audience mesmerized! But the showstoppers were most definitely the high waist slacks, gowns and the Sequin Maroon finally dress!!

Needless to say the Malan Breton runway was edgy, cultural, enchanting and epic!


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