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Attending Kevan Hall Runway Show In NYFW F/W23



It’s not Van Gogh’s starry night but one fabulous crisp clear February day in NYFW, full of inspirations and aspirations in the Runway Show of kevan Hall design In NYFW F/W23. Thrilled to witness his creation and meet him in person. Precisely known as a red carpet designer, inimitable Kevan Hall designs not just strike on the runway but graced Michelle Obama to Celine Dion, Selma Hayek, Anne Hathaway to Vanessa Williams, and Taraji P. Henson.

His latest Fall Winter 2023 show, FACETED inspired by Shirley Bassey’s song “Diamonds Are Forever”, Kevan Hall’s fall collection was a tribute to 1950’s glamor. His collection truly represents and mileage of class and glamour. With Jet black elegant gowns, sophisticated tweed sets, ageless emerald, and opulent magenta everything defined the 50s and 60s glamour galore with a very contemporary take defined with dainty details and stellar craftmanship. Detroit-born designer Hall's NYFW F/W 23 was held in the 3 West Club Grand Ballroom, Newyork city, the collection is svelte yet unblunted and yet again lived up his legacy even more.


What I wore - It was 60s Sunny  February days in NYC according to ton the weather I wore a bright tangerine Dress, layered with a Printed Velvet Jacket. And for the accessories, I choose Orange platform Pump and Sabyasachi Clutch. Since my outfit is bright I kept my hair minimal and natural and brown lips to complete this look. Hope you like this look and did you check my Previous outfit in Global Fashion Collective in NYFW?




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