NEW YORK (AP) — Christian Siriano joined his line new york fashion week Thousands of colorful flowers graced Thursday’s runway, and the big week ended with some of the models wearing wide-brimmed hats worthy of muse Audrey Hepburn.
First, there was the burgundy custom power suit he made for Vice President Kamala Harris. State of the Union on Tuesday. He made it through in one fitting on his one trip to Washington DC.
“And we grammy awards And fashion week,” Siriano told The Associated Press in a backstage interview. She said, “I didn’t have time, so I was just hoping she would do well. She’s such an honor. We wanted her to look really beautiful and strong.”
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Then there was the update to Alicia Silverstone’s iconic “Clueless” yellow plaid skirt set. Rakuten Super Bowl CM Broadcast on Sunday. He also made a cameo as a student in Cher Horowitz’s debate class.
Siriano and Silverstone have been friends for many years, and she often sits in the front row with him. She was away for the shoot this time. Lindsay Lohan attended the show alongside her brother Dakota and one of her sisters Quinta Branson, Julia Stiles.
“Growing up, literally every young fashion designer is obsessed with ‘Clueless.’ I mean, Cher is your muse. It really felt like it came full circle,” he said of the Super Bowl moment.
Siriano had another muse in mind for his latest collection. It’s Hepburn. To be precise, Hepburn in the midnight rose garden. He took inspiration from the 1990s television documentary series Audrey Hepburn’s Gardens of the World, in which she co-starred with Michael York.
In this series, Hepburn visited great gardens in England, France, Italy, Japan, Holland, America, and more.
Siriano praised the series for its purple-checked Japanese-inspired hats and large 3D floral embellishments like fuchsia, or “orchid purple,” as he puts it. He incorporated roses into swirling black-and-white prints and suggested sunny yellows in solids and color-blocked looks.
Then there were youthful, girly little black dresses, more classy, loose dresses and other looks, and striking, last-minute evening dresses in delicate form-fitting tulle.
Siriano took the floral mandate very seriously, sending out one model in a large flower-adorned hat and a matching fuchsia pantsuit with even larger flowers.
Wearable? It will take courage. A long, beautifully cut tuxedo coat with matching trousers, all in the same pink-purple shade, might be easy.
All thanks to Hepburn’s first and only TV series.
Siriano said of the show, “It was incredible and very moving.”
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