Non-Conformist Decadence by August Getty!

News, Catwalk — By on March 3, 2015 at 8:55 am

Designer August Getty showed his second collection on the runway at New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Center.  Extensive use of supple black leather, daring slits and plunging necklines, dark yet shimmering brocades, crop tops, bandeaus and bralettes, accentuated forms, structure and fluidity, severity and femininity, all inhabited the same collection targeting the fashion-savvy hipsters, models, and young girls drawn towards effortless or rebellious luxury. The designer’s urban aesthetics prove to have incredible potential. The pieces are edgy and opulent at the same time; not bread and butter for those seeking decency and safety!

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The show featured hair by Eugene Souleiman, make-up by Kabuki for MAC Cosmetics, nails by Keri Blair for MAC Cosmetics, styling by Joanne Blades, casting by Julia Samersova/Cast Inc., and music by Michel Gaubert (N.O.I.S.E.).

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Celebrities who attended the impressive show include Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead), Whoopi Goldberg, Jennette McCurdy (Actress, wearing a look from the SS15 collection), Lennon and Maisy (Singers, “Nashville”), Kristen Taekman (“Real Housewives of New York”), Shanola Hampton (“Shameless”, wearing the SS15 Collection), River Viiperi (Model) and Kristin Cavallari (wearing a dress from the SS15 collection).

August Getty Atelier New York RTW Fall Winter 2015 February 2015

Can’t wait to see more from this non-conformist designer who serves high-end from an extremely different angle! Love!!!

Elena Sendona

August Getty Atelier New York RTW Fall Winter 2015 February 2015

August Getty Atelier New York RTW Fall Winter 2015 February 2015

August Getty Atelier New York RTW Fall Winter 2015 February 2015

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