In this city, there’s always something for everyone. Behnaz Sarafpour turned on the charm, Jess Holzworth updated the Ziegfield girl and Alireza snapped a picture of Dorian Gray. And for good measure, Gaelyn and Cianfarani remembered to...
In this city, there’s always something for everyone. Behnaz Sarafpour turned on the charm, Jess Holzworth updated the Ziegfield girl and Alireza snapped a picture of Dorian Gray. And for good measure, Gaelyn and Cianfarani remembered to recycle.
Behnaz Sarafpour: By now, we’re familiar with Behnaz Sarafpour’s young artistic spirit and her insatiable desire to create artful collections. Sometimes she has triumphed and sometimes missed the mark, but she continues to arouse curiosity each season. For fall, Sarafpour wowed with her little suits with cropped pants; charming black coats and jackets sprinkled with gold sequins, and her craftsy ivory wool cardigan, glistening with golden sparkles. Even her details were flawless: dresses or skirts had contrast-colored waistbands, there was reversed seaming, swirling organza ruffles and tulle peeking out from under hems of skirts or coats. Unfortunately, the designer’s ballet moment didn’t quite work. The tulle skirts and gowns were a bit over-the-top, best-suited to the venue that inspired them: dance class.
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