On the first day of the NY Fashion Week last month, Tadashi Shoji once again, did what he does best. Like the tease of a whiff of honeysuckle on a Spring day, transparent pastel layers of organza, perforated neoprene and lace served up a hint of the joy to come.
Airy geometric shapes enhanced clusters of confidence-conveying crystals and ooh la la ostrich feathers "embolden feminine empowerment". Mix in the sugary hues of frosted jade, lavender, ivory, pearl, lemon and pale pink and you indeed, have "sweet liberation". "Liberation", according to Tadashi, being the flight a woman embarks on when she "asserts [her] confidence" and "sweet" being "the beauty of sweet femininity".
He also states that "fashion empowers". Well, at least, it can, and should. Power play with the help of Tadashi Shoji this Spring, and you may find that the wide open Summer sky is your only limit.
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PR by HL Group
Styled by Tina Chai
Hair by Rodney Cutler
Makeup by Lisa Houghton of MAC
Nails by Butter of London
Shoes by Joan & David