Voyage Clothing S/S 2015 Shoot
Model: Baybie Gracie (instagram: @baybiegrace)
Hair/Makeup: Jessica Labadia (instagram: @jessielynnmakeup/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Photography & Styling: Brittany Belz
Stream in live on November 7th, 2014 at 10:20-10:29 to see Voyage Clothing on Cotton's 24 Hour Runway Show featuring the latest trends in cotton apparel. Watch live at www.TheFabricOfOurLives.com.
For the first time, Voyage Clothing will be joining Cotton’s 24 Hour Runway Show, the South Beach fashion fête presented by Cotton Incorporated on Friday, November 7 through Saturday, November 8, 2014. Voyage Clothing will showcase their Spring 2015 collection styled by Leigh Bokser. Overall, Voyage Clothing describes their cotton looks as simple yet edgy as well as lightweight and versatile.
Last year, the live streaming of Cotton’s 24 Hour Runway Show attracted more than a million viewers. Voyage Clothing’s debut in the fashion marathon will be seen by an even larger potential audience when it is live-streamed across such popular and varied outlets as TheFabricOfOurLives.com, PEOPLE.com, InStyle.com, Entertainment Weekly’s EW.com, Essence.com, SouthernLiving.com and RealSimple.com. PEOPLE Style and Beauty Director Andrea Lavinthal and Deputy Director Zoë Ruderman will provide live commentary throughout the event.
“We’re excited to be joining Cotton’s 24 Hour Runway Show,” said Brittany Belz, President. “Cotton is something our customers appreciate and South Beach is a perfect location for a 24-hour showcase of cotton fashion. The multiple live stream opportunities are a great way to share our looks with new and existing customers. We’re looking forward to presenting several of our cotton ‘must-haves’ and the versatility of all our pieces.”
This year’s show will feature “The Moments of Our Lives,” with each hour dedicated to highlighting a different “cotton moment,” with one unique look every minute, for a total of 1,440 cotton looks. Voyage Clothing will hit the runway on Friday, November 7th at 10:20-10:29 during the “Favorite Live Concert” hour.
About Cotton Incorporated
Cotton Incorporated, funded by U.S. growers of upland cotton and importers of cotton and cotton textile products, is the research and marketing company representing upland cotton. The Program is designed and operated to improve the demand for and profitability of cotton.
About Voyage Clothing
“It’s not about the Destination, it’s about the Voyage.”
Launched in Spring 2012, Los Angeles based lifestyle collection, Voyage Clothing, offers women an eclectic assortment of effortlessly chic styles ranging from comfortable every day throw-on pieces to business savvy dresses. Voyage Clothing's designer/founder, Brittany Belz, finds inspiration from world travels, past decades, and designer runways. Styles found in Voyage Clothing are minimalistic, edgy, timeless styles that are versatile and easy to transition from day to night.
When Belz started her collection, she sought to take her customer on a voyage by creating an eclectic, worldly inspired collection that portrays the cultures, colors and styles of different cities and places Belz had either traveled or admired. The Voyage Clothing woman likes to travel and experience new and exciting cultures so she needs clothing that she can easily pack in her suitcase and that can easily transform simply by accessorizing. Moreover, Voyage is also about discovering. Clothes evoke emotion and the emotion that women wearing Voyage Clothing feel is classy, sophisticated, and chic, emphasizing the feminine attitude. When you look good, you feel good, and Voyage Clothing makes apparel that women feel chic and confident in, while maintaining comfort.
Last week was Los Angeles Fashion week and Style Fashion Week invited us to set up a pop-up shop at their awesome venue at the Reef in Downtown Los Angeles. Other designers that set up booths included Foxbait (www.foxbait.com) and beautiful dress designer Edison & Thomas (www.edisonandthomas.com). We were excited to preview our Spring 2015 pieces and honored to get to be apart of such a great production. Check out our photo journal from Style Week LA.
Last Week the lovely Lindsey Shaw hosted a girls night out sponsored by the Good Carma Studio (http://goodcarmastudio.com/), who provided guests with food by Paleta (http://paleta.com/), massages by Manly Handz (http://www.manlyhandz.com/), and awesome gift bags filled with tons of great beauty product and accessories.
Last week, I photographed some awesome vintage clothing from MVT boutique on Melrose. The store owner, Mary, is super sweet, and I love the clothes she carries in her store. Here are some of the pictures I took for MVT boutique (www.houseofmvt.com).