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A quaint Episcopal church in New York City’s Chelsea hood was the backdrop for ┬á”Jene Sais Quoi”, a fashion show from 23-year-old designer and stylist INDASHIO, who has┬ádressed┬áA-list celebs.┬áThe mood of the show was set with dim lights, a LED lit stage and an electric violinist who accompanied the playlist.
The Asian-inspired fashion show was surely a thrilling collection, leaving fashion enthusiasts and prospective clients who filled the space in anticipation of what would capture the stage next. From the collection to the hair and makeup, the theme was well carried through by the designer.
The collection included a cohesive array of Asian-inspired garments. From male to female items, all types of personas could find an outfit amongst the collection. Bodysuits, t-shirts, kimono wraps and evening gowns — this show had it all. But by far, the gold scaled dress which the designer wore captivated the audience most.
Beyonc├⌐’s “6 Inch” was one of the most memorable songs to set the mood. The song went hand in hand with the fashion and walks. The models walked in Japanese-inspired shoes which were at least 6 inches. The models put their steps to the beat of the songs embodying the song in their sway. The garments were just as stunning. Amidst these was a black sequenced one shoulder dress which exposed a scandalous amount of side breast, only to be worn by the bold and beautiful. In addition, two beautiful silk kimonos (red and blush) draped down to the ankles, captured the stage.
The show, produced by┬áClarence McMillian, sought to exhibit the collection, but also to educate the LGBTQ+ community about services for┬áthe community. ┬áAs stated earlier, the show was hosted at an Episcopal church which was very clear about its welcoming stance of inclusion on the LGBTQ community, this was displayed with a rainbow flag. In addition, guests received goody bags with information about local clinics which provide health services for the LGBT community.