NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: FALL/WINTER 2017 NINA TIARI!

STYLE IS A WAY TO SAY WHO YOU ARE WITHOUT HAVING TO SPEAK.” Rachel Zoe 

 The Iranian-American beauty stylist-turned-designer Nina Tiari debut her Fall/Winter 2017 collection during New York Fashion Week. While at this event, and getting a first glimpse at her collection I realize her back ground as a stylist gave her a cutting edge, with her modern styles and trends. Nina Tiari did not disappoint! Her label is fashion at it’s best. The reason being, her collection has the ability to be styled in so many daring ways. The great Coco Chanel once said “Fashion Fades, only style remains the same.”

 The fashion industry had the privilege to witness a combination of elegance and sophistication with a modern twist. The artistry behind the collection is glamour with an edge that only a stylist-turn-designer could create. The collection was very artistic; inspired by movements in modern art. As noted, the Nina Tiara label stated “influences of Picasso can be seen in shapes, Basquiat in color theory, and De Kooning in the use of textures, which run the gamut from patent leather to velvet.” For instance, the patterns, colors, silhouettes, blazers, skirts, and pants translate to human art in motion. Take a look for yourself!

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In conclusion, Nina Tiari  illustrates firsthand, what a strong, powerful, active, and thought-provoking woman can accomplish. Until next time, RACHEL ULLOA ON THE GO!

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A special thanks to Nina Tiari, NYFW, to all the models, and everybody that was part of New York Fashion Week, and to these beautiful ladies  Carole Radziwill and Dorinda Medley!

Want more of Nina Tiari? Follow her on INSTAGRAM @ninatiarinyc or visit her website www.ninatiari.com 

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