Influencer Lexy Silverstein Wears Colourful Creations by Up-and-Coming FIDM Designer Andres Guerra at NYFW
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 24, 2022
With explosions of coloration mimicking Mom Nature herself, the sustainably long-established creations of Trend Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) scholar Andres Guerra had been dropped at life by multimedia influencer Lexy Silverstein, who wore the designs throughout New York Trend Week. Silverstein attended the world’s largest style occasion for rising designers to characteristic manufacturers investing in sustainability. Silverstein attracted a lot of the lens time herself with Guerra’s creations, which had been sourced from some supplies that may have in any other case gone right into a landfill.
“My favourite design from my capsule assortment, “Las Chamas” is the multi-colored set comprised of scraps from my different creations,” mentioned Andres Guerra. “What higher place than NYFW to point out that sustainability can and should be a core worth in style?”
A passionate and progressive sustainable style advocate, Silverstein collaborated with Guerra on the designs to point out how each scrap, shred and thread can be utilized and reused to create memorable style statements. The outfits she wore throughout NYFW included:
- 7 yards of heavy 100% cotton denim sourced from Michael Levine, long-established right into a circle skirt that includes dramatic sleeves with flat welt seams, uncooked frayed edges and an connected hood.
- 7 yards of orange tulle and seven yards of purple polyester gabardine, each sourced at Michael Levine, long-established right into a multi-layer costume — of which one layer was horse hair. The gabardine was hand sewn right into a puffy purple skirt floating over a loose-fitting tulle leg wrap.
- Hand-ripped scraps of multi-hued recycled polyester gabardine had been sewn onto sky-blue base cloth to create a skirt and prime that rippled down in hot-lava colours over lengthy leaves of vivid inexperienced.
“Sustainable style could be edgy, lovely and boundless,” says Silverstein. “There is no excuse for waste. Younger designers like Andres and others are displaying that creativity and sustainability go hand in hand.”
About @Lexy Silverstein:
Lexy Silverstein is a sustainable style blogger, Instagram advocate and influencer. Lexy is presently finding out style merchandising and advertising at Trend Institute of Design and Merchandising FIDM) in Los Angeles. She’s a model ambassador for Remake, Nordstrom, Nuuly and several other different sustainable manufacturers. Lexy can also be a Social Media Marketer for Crimson Carpet Inexperienced Gown™. Lexy writes about sustainable style on her weblog, eLEXYfy.com and interviews influencers, designers and advocates about this essential subject on her podcast, eLEXYfy, The Place for Trend. You possibly can observe her on her socials: Instagram: @lexysilverstein Youtube: Lexy Silverstein Twitter:@eLEXYfy TikTok: @lexysilverstein Fb: Lexy Silverstein Liketoknow.it/lexysilverstein
About Andres Guerra
Guerra (Instagram: @_andreswar_) is a first-generation Venezuelan-American who sees style as a method to specific his individuality by the artwork perspective of the avant garde world. His capsule assortment, which is called “Las Chamas”, is a colourful celebration and homage to his tradition. It performs with the usage of layers, uncooked edges and dramatic silhouettes. “I bought into style simply two years in the past,” he notes. “I spotted style was the trail I wanted to take to develop artistically. There have been many trials and errors, not solely in my samples however in life as properly. However nothing can cease my fixed ardour that’s in each sew you see in each design I make. On this journey, I’ll proceed to forge my very own path.”