Designers Kimberly Goldson and Shelly Powell gave us our trend lives Sunday evening with a brand new assortment impressed by Black hair! The Brooklyn-based sisters debuted their Kimberly Goldson “Hairitage” assortment as a part of Harlem Style Row’s 13th Annual Style Present & Type Awards presentation, and we’re in love!
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The model has by no means been afraid to play with patterns and textures — and this assortment is not any exception. A mixture of striped florals, plaids, and sequins served because the backdrop for his or her signature flowing pantsuits (together with one with tassels), body-hugging sheaths, and shimmering separates.
Nevertheless, the principle attraction was a quartet of 3D tees and sweatshirts adorned with a blonde afro, burgundy blunt-cut bob, down-to-there cornrows, and copper curls.
The duo collaborated with designer and illustrator Taylor Ramsie to create the limited-edition tees “highlighting and revering each curl, kink and coil.”
“This assortment is considered one of my proudest moments,” stated Kimberly in the course of the digital presentation. She stated the transfer to rejoice the fantastic thing about hair got here from a dream her sister Shelly had earlier this yr about Black ladies’s hair and texture. “She simply noticed hair.” A number of months later, she went again to her sister and stated, “That’s the inspo for Fall 2020!”
Fashions Nyadhour Deng and Tiarra Pearson strutted a vibrant blue runway in banded textured ponytails coiffed by lead hairstylist Keith Campbell, and daring eye seems to be painted by make-up artist Ke’na Marcell and staff. Styled by Brittany Reed, the seems to be have been paired with heels from Black-owned shoe model Keeyahri.
Swipe via to take a look at the entire assortment, with items starting from $68 to $398.