MUSE - The Art Of Style
MUSE 2018 delivered 6 accomplished designers from the U.S. and Canada.
Those in attendance on August 11, 2018 were treated to a very memorable evening in Troy Michigan, as they witnessed an elite runway experience immersed in the visual artistry known as fashion design. Designing now for some 10 plus years, Reginald Robinson brings has been a staple in the Detroit fashion scene with a minimal design style that is luxurious. Think Halston. From the Dana Keaton Atelier we’ll likely see a style of classic elegance in evening and midi dresses cut on the bias in silks and Chiffons. Look for the reveal of the
Shay Oliver comes to the Muse from Flint bringing an after five design style, with a color scheme and fabrication that consists of Ivory & blue knits, mystical iridescent sequin and soft pastel shades of chiffon, viewers will get a different appreciation for understated chic. Thaya Thiagalingam brings the South Asian flavor from Toronto to this edition of the Muse. An artist first, Thaya converts her drawings and paintings into Designs, patterns and fabric prints. She marries the art with fashion and her eye for detail and color is evident in each intricately designed dress. Bold colors are a hallmark of Marchell Lavon garment. As one who experiments with cuts and various prints, Marchell is equally as capable of taking the viewer back to the sixties and the shift dress as she is at crafting the long train evening gown. Eugenia Paul brings a contemporary women’s style that offers a unique spin on classic feminine cuts. Always current, the designs never lock you into one era so that a favorite Eugenia Paul piece is always relevant. A 15-year client sums it up best “When I wear Eugenia Paul, it makes me feel like the woman I always wanted to be”
The Art Of Style
2018 saw the return of Muse models (left to right) Sophia Fossano wearing Shay Oliver - Jenna Ode wearing Dana Keaton ann Autumn Russell waring Marchell Lavon