Runway | JRG Entertainment’s Glance Hot Couture 2009

JRG entertainment and international supermodel LuCelania Sierra hosted a Press Junket to invite press and New York elite to the infamous “Glance” Hot Couture fashion show, which will be presented at the historical and beautiful Brooklyn Public Library, November 14th 2009. The press party was held in the heart of Times Square, at Vikram Chatwal Night Hotel. Social mingling and cocktails began the eventful evening, as press and guest inquired about the presenting designers. Host for the night LuCelania Sierra looked dazzling and spoke eloquently to press about what to expect for the night. The designers were presented one at a time for media and guest to briefly ask questions and photograph the garments. The first designer to showcase was former model Tiki of “Tiki Fashion”. When asked about the inspiration behind her collection; she expressed that Native American and African culture, both enriched the designer’s theme. Two jersey mini dresses with animal print, leather appliqués, and Native American suggested graphics made they’re way in front of the flashbulbs. Designer William Fleet showcased “TBA’, a collection with feminine flare in a primary color story. A satin navy double-breasted suit along side a hydrant red backless gown, expressed a sexy yet powerful statement. Fleet named his collection, “Strolling down Flatbush”. It was evident that Fleet loves Brooklyn and would like to share this borough with the world, through his clothing. Cheay Rochelle was up next and brought a twist of spring floral colors with her. Rochelle presented separates and adorned sequined dresses. This native of Brooklyn has been designing for 3yrs and is looking to take the fashion world by storm. To close the press presentation was designer Derrick Moore, a Guianese born and bread creator of beauty pageant couture. An elegant black and white cocktail dress with stretch netted fabric at the neck, displayed this designers showmanship and dedication to his art of designing. The event was fashionably enlightening and served its purpose. The buzz for the “Glance”, fashion show was electrified by the end of the night. So it wouldn’t be wise to miss, what could possibly be the biggest night of Brooklyn Fashion!

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