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Edwing D'Angelo presents his Resort 2015 collection.

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Fashion designer Edwing D'Angelo presented his Resort 2015 menswear and womenswear collection on June 5, 2014. The outdoor fashion show took place at 111 Central Park North on 110th Street, in the ever trendy Harlem, USA. The name of the collection is "Pedigree of the New Blue Blood Lineage", and with the primary color of the garments made up of varying tones of blues. Also featured in the runway show were incognito visors made popular by V. Stiviano; the mistress of the infamous Donald Sterling (the soon be former Los Angeles Clippers basketball team owner).

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Tailored shirts are a staple for a D'Angelo collection. In this one the designer employed trimmings such as cotton and chiffon to add a tuxedo-like touch for both men and women. One very impressive shirt is a sky blue long sleeve shirt with white flower detail patterns stitched across the chest. When paired with fitted pants of the same color, Mr. D'Angelo successful suggests masculine sexuality. An even bolder flash is found with a darker blue short sleeve shirt with sky blue cuffs & collar. There's a double breasted buttoned flap that screams confidence when it swings unfastened.

The women's pieces are even sexier. Temperatures definitely rise with two nude-dresses designed to reveal the lingerie and anatomy underneath. The only drawbacks is some warping of the silhouette on the sides of the dresses. A flawless hot look is a cropped silver vest and long sky-blue skirt with a long side slits. This look is sure to turn heads weather worn walking down Broadway, on the boardwalk, on deck of a cruise ship.

Two of the notable guests in attendance were Kwame Jackson, who was a cast member on the first season of The Apprentice; and his girlfriend Anahi Angelone, owner of the Harlem restaurant and bar Social Corner. Please click on link to view the complete Edwing D'Angelo Resort 2015 Pedigree of the New Blue Blood Lineage collection.