b michael Collection - Spring 2016

Presentation b michael spring 2016


The Designer Collection from b michael AMERICA for Spring 2016
In Style | From the Runway | Friday, March 11, 2016

B Michael AMERICA’s spring/summer 2016 designer collection was presented during New York Fashion Week at Harlem Stage on September 15, 2015 with front row guests that included Ashford & Simpson's Valerie Simpson, Henni Kessler, Tamara Tunie, Phylicia Rashad, Karen Phillips, and Mark-Anthony Edwards, among others. 

The American couturier and ready-to-wear designer is known for his glamorous and timeless designs made exclusively in America and worn by many of the world's most stylish women. 

As the hallmark of the brand's "Advanced American Style" heritage, b michael remains committed to designing and manufacturing his collections in America, creating jobs for garment workers in New York City and supporting the heart of the U.S. fashion industry since 1999. Mr. Michael has presented collections worldwide, and is a dedicated philanthropist and supporter of organizations that educate and empower young people, thereby shaping the leaders of tomorrow. Organizations he supports include the YAGP, the Cicely L. Tyson School of the Performing and Fine Arts and the Dream Yard Project, to name a few. 


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During the New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 show at Harlem Stage, designer b michael and CEO Mark-Anthony Edwards saluted the SonEdna Foundation and the memory of E'dena Hines for their efforts to promote the literary arts and writers of all genres and backgrounds in the Delta, in Mississippi, and throughout the world. 

The venue, a registered landmark and former water-pumping station, provided a romantic backdrop for the Spring 2016 designer collection. Beneath an arch of softly glowing tiles, the audience assembled to see the collection, which included a blend of uptown glamour and downtown whimsy, with silhouettes that meet at the intersection of ballet and hip-hop, reflective of the bon vivant culture of Harlem. The color palette evokes urban flower boxes, where impressionism converges with urban graffiti, designed for women and men in the present tense in honor of the occasion. 

For more fashions by b michael AMERICA visit: www.bmichaelamerica.com

Photographs by Marsin (courtesy of b michael AMERICA). 


You can also read more about b michael AMERICA in the Digital Premiere Issue of VERGE Lifestyle & Urban Culture magazine.
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