Christian Siriano is an advocate of diversity in his clothes. Being cataloged as one of the most famous Hollywood designers. We’ve seen his work in dresses at red carpets all around. He celebrated 10 years in this business on last Saturday. At the NYFW he was a master at the art of dressing women with different shapes and colors. A magnificent work of art.
Actresses like Whoopi Goldberg and Meg Ryan were in the first row to witness for the first time this fall/winter 2018 collection surrounded by diversity. Shapes, sizes, and colors under a theme called “the last real dinner.”
A golden 10-year anniversary
Women, men and trans models modeled on the red carpeted catwalk, very appropriate for the occasion. The event was held at nothing less than The New York’s Masonic Hall. The environment was everything, with the pieces and models that gave life to this event, unmatched. This was inspired by British art of the late eighteenth century.
One of the models with more popularity in recent years for her unique figure, Ashley Graham, was debuting in the parade. Opening the show dressed in a red faux fur coat that led to the floor. We could also see the famous trans model Evie Acosta walking down this red catwalk.
Dressing different celebrities over time
It was also possible to see many women of color in the parade. Since this designer was one of the protagonists when dressing these women for the Golden Globe awards, making black dresses to protest sexual harassment and inequality.
The catwalk was shining, with its signs of leopard print. Male models in iridescent shorts and blazers. Among luxurious red, yellow and blue dresses that shone along this red carpet.
“We have been dressing women in shape since the first day,” Siriano confessed to Fashionista.com in an interview before his show.
“Some of my first moments on the red carpet were Whoopi and Oprah Winfrey. We always receive requests for all these types of people.”
This artist’s pieces are around the world
He says that his client base is global, with a huge business in the Middle East and many orthodox Jewish clients, who would’ve guessed? He also opened up about the importance of representing those clients with restricted clothing.
Undoubtedly a unique talent, dazzling everyone with his pieces and breaking the stereotype with curvy models and such diversity.