Bright Young Things
If you haven’t noticed the craziness of Fashion Week you must be living under a rock. This season we also had a great line of GreenShows premiering in the Metropolitan Pavilion, and hosted by our very best friends Ecouterre.com.
The GreenShows is the premiere fashion event exclusively committed to eco-friendly, ethically sound, fair-trade fashion. The GreenShows produces a comprehensive canvas for full-length runway shows featuring an edited selection of designers.
I was fortunate enough to attend the Bright Young Things show this evening, and it was an exciting experience. Off the bat I met a friendly, conversationalist who was very excited to receive free Hydration Cream by amika. Then I saw the esteemed Carol Cho from BurdaStyle and Greta Eagan from FashionMeGreen. All who attended were electrified with excitement and buzzing with anticipation to see Eliza Starbuck’s new designs.
I was in great company and great clothes. Eliza Starbuck, the designer, tailored 8 garments that were molded and folded frontward, backward, and inside out to create 16 beautiful, unique looks. Bright Young Things is a collection that quenches our craving for creativity. The point and purpose of this line is to design for the girl who has a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear in mind. Eliza intertwines versatility and sustainability into each piece. Bright Young Things began as one “little black dress” and is now 8 pieces that allows you to “shop your own closet”.