Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Tonight is the Night!!

Tonight is the first official SADA meeting for the 2009/2010 school year.

I am really excited for this year as things are going to be very excited and SADA FIERCE!

A new logo/poster to be revieled tonight!

I have been working very hard along with Jacob Hanson to create an awesome new look for us.

Lots of posts about Marc, DVF, Vivenee Westwood to be posted tonight as well.

Also, make sure to keep an eye out for all the latest fashion from London as Fashion Week there is in full swing!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Downtown Dancers

Despite a rough and hectic start, leaving some editors without a seat, Charlotte Ronson delivered a chic updated version of the classic tale on dancewear as street wear.

Body suits, sheer knee hitting tights, and a cool mix of soft and hard brought together a small but light and fun collection. Contrasting soft pinks and nudes with harsh greys and blacks on sheer fabrics will be filling the closets of any 20 something downtown hipster next spring as Ronson has hit the nail on the head with what girls want to wear when the weather warms up agian.

Being able to combine comfort with a fashion forward look hasn't always been Ronson's forte, usually relying a quick trends her designs don't always catch the eye, but this season she and her models definatly moved forwards to a classic mature downtown dancer look.

photos provided by: Marcio Madeira for Style.com

Friday, September 11, 2009

Fashion Week Begins

Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2010 kicked off yesterday in New York City with houses like BCBG, L.A.M.B., Monique Lhuillier and Vena Cava keeping to their guns and doing what they do best with little tweaks here and there.

At BCBG Max Azria, party dress for the fun young early 20s girl was all over the runways. With bold floral prints and draped jersey in bright fun colors, it was no wonder that the front row was filled with up an coming "party all night" kind of girls such as Solange Knowles and Amanda Bynes.

Max Azria did a good job at taking last season extreme fashion pieces and transforming their concepts into ready-to-where for his target market. Hints of Jil Sanders strong geometric piping from last season made their way into Azria's more geometrical designs.

Overall this was a crowd appeasing line, nothing pushing the envelope too much, which is to be expected from a heavily based retail line.

all photos provided by: Marcio Madeira for Style.com

Allons y!

Translation of that title: "Let's Go!", and let's! The Student Apparel Design Association here @ Michigan State University is excited to start off its very first official blog.

theSADAblog is going to be a place for anyone and everyone at MSU and the surrounding community to get connected with everything fashion!

From style reports and updates from the ever changing and fast pace fashion world, to fresh faces and looks from the streets of MSU campus, East Lansing and Downtown; theSADAblog is here to bring it to you.

SADA is a diverse group of students and MSU, that have come together as designers, models, photographers and stylist to celebrate their love for fashion. SADA welcomes anyone and everyone to join!

Visit SADA on facebook for details about meetings, events and upcoming fashion shows. Just search SADA on facebook and add us as a friend, cause who doesn't want more friends!

Also you can email SADA directly at sada.msu@gmail.com for questions concerning anything including: press releases, philanthropy coalitions, community events and partnerships etc. SADA is looking to expand itself into the MSU and East Lansing/Lansing community like never before.

So check daily for updates about everything FASHION on theSADAblog.