The 15th Annual Miami Fashion Week wrapped up yesterday as stylish as it began. Let’s recap the hottest fashion event in Miami Beach, so you’ll feel like you were there.
Carlos Miele at Miami Fashion Week
Brazilian Designer Carlos Miele was the focus of the first day, earning the prestigious title of International Designer of the Year and opening the show with a sizzling debut of his 2013 Fall/Winter Collection. Miele is known for his creativity in design. While Miele’s collection was mainly black, there were contrasting hues of electric blue, bright yellow, and bold pink. His Fall/Winter collection featured blazers with wide belts, jumpsuits and strapless necklines.
Makeup Trends at Miami Fashion Week
The right makeup is critical to making a runway show a success. We’re going to explore some new fashion trends in makeup that were on the runway in Miami, so you can get the same look at home! Get ready to turn some heads with a natural look that still has some bold elements. Miami Fashion Week featured matte foundation, neutral countoured cheeks and champagne eyeshadow shades as a base, with a pop of bold for the eyes. The spring makeup trend that’s popular from the Miami runway is bold eyeliner, and bright peacock hues in greens, golds and blues. But unlike the other major fashion shows, if the eyes were played up, the lips were played down in neutral colors, and vice-versa. Miami Beach really came out and said “more is less” and choose one feature to stand out from the crowd.
Men’s Fashion at Miami Fashion Week
In addition to swimwear and women’s collections, Miami Fashion Week has a variety of Men’s fashion on show. We’re going to focus on Nicolas Felizola. Felizola showed his Uomo 2013 Collection at Miami Fashion Week, and it’s clear that black is back in style. We saw sleek, sexy lines and masculine cuts that are worn by well-known Latin celebrities, presidents and other political figures and businessmen.? What makes Felizola’s Collection so comfortable for men is the lightweight Australian wool fabrics he uses in his suit jackets and pants.? His signature mark is traditional Italian tailoring — the entire Uomo Collection was hand?crafted in Naples!
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