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We have surprise guests on the RED CARPET! And exclusive interviews throughout the night!
Celebrity Publicists Antoine & Andre Von Boozier and CMC had the Inspired In NY Red Carpet on FIRE July 11 at Griffin NYC! We saw Ramona Singer, The Beekman Boys, Ice Castle Model Madam Bambi and IINY Founder Camille Evans come to pay homage to Sonja and her efforts to brighten the world!
Prior to all of the events, I got a chance to speak with Cynthia "Cindy" Hussey, a friend of Sonja's. Cindy is the designer and founder of Velvet Eyewear (velveteyewear.com) and praised Sonja for her jovial and giving spirit. Cindy gifted some of the eye wear and I must say they are just FABULOUS!
Camille Evans, founder of INSPIRED IN NEW YORK introduced The Beekman Boys to present the certificate of honor to Sonja. They came up and thanked Sonja for her continued friendship and support she has shown them over the years before and after their marriage. She 'vowed' to be the foundation of many of their endeavors, including marriage equality.
Sonja accepted her certificate of honor and gave a truly touching speech. She is poised and humble. She is articulate and thankful. She is truly a GEM!
Take a look at her gracefulness and humbleness in the video below! Find out more at www.sonjamorgan.com!
The finest clothing made is a person's skin, but, of course, society demands something more than this. - Mark Twain
Amy Delson Jewelry is truly an expression of love. As a female jewelry designer, Amy understands women. She knows women are capable of expressing their love levels 'Lovels' through their creative choices, otherwise known as accessories. Amy designs to bring out and crown the powerful, feminine, artistic and playful sides of a woman. She combines gemstones, crystals, art glass, sterling silver, gold plating, brass and copper to manifest her creations.
Amy Delson Jewelry collaborated with Studio 6th Sense during the Nolcha FW 2013 runway event. Studio 6th Sense is the artistic creation from designer Stephen Goudeau. Stephen believes we are blessed with a sixth sense that applies the sense of style and uniqueness of each woman that is illustrated in their way of life. His canvas for creating his brand is the contour of a woman's body.
Check out Amy and Stephen's answers to SCP's questions below:
1. When did you decide handmade jewelry was how you were going to change the world of fashion? When did you decide that women's designs was how you were going to change the world of fashion?
Amy: When I saw that I was getting compliments every time I wore one of my own pieces, and so many others I'd created custom pieces for shared the same experience, I knew that I had to give more women out there the same opportunity. It is a joy to create beautiful jewelry that plays a pivotal role in women's personal expression.
Stephen: That's still a question mark in my head. To be honest, I've always been a creative individual you could say. I feel true fashion is an expression and imagination of a designers eyes of how the world should look, whether in disagreement or not. With saying that, true art is very important to me. I knew that in order to begin my creative niche, I wanted to start with one of God’s most precious creations, the woman. I believe critiquing and complimenting the figure of a woman is very important.
2. Why did you choose Nolcha Fashion Week 2013?
Amy: I was excited to have an international platform in which I could have my jewelry featured two ways: on the runway in collaboration with a clothing designer and in exhibition at the fashion lounge. The time was right for me to jump in!
Stephen: Nolcha does a fantastic job in supporting upcoming designers. I did a lot of research and saw how supportive they were in helping designers to grow and network. It was then I decided to give Nolcha Fashion week a try and I have never regretted that decision.
3. How did the runway partnership come about with Sixth Sense Fashion? How did the runway partnership come about with Amy Delson Jewelry?
Amy: I'm thrilled that I was partnered with Studio 6th Sense for our runway collaboration. I had been approached by the organizers of Nolcha Fashion Week about participating this season, so I expressed my desire to be present both on the runway and in the fashion lounge. They forwarded photos of my latest work to the designers scheduled to show on the runway to assess their interest, and within minutes, Stephen Goudeau, the designer behind Studio 6th Sense, said he wanted to work with me. He'd fallen in love with a photo of my wide Tatiana Cuff bracelet on a model. We spoke on the phone, since he is based in Texas and I'm in NYC, and he emailed me some photos of his new collection. We were on the same page immediately with our common vision of a strong feminine woman.
Stephen: I met Amy at Nolcha Fashion Week in September. I noticed her detail for jewelry pieces and I just knew I needed to collaborate with her. Her creation of the wrist bangles was the key accessory for my Fall line “Eternal Submission”.
4. What advice do you give to the future of fashion?
Amy: I say, follow your instincts but always keep your eyes and ears open for stimulation and new perspectives. Having a strong inner voice is just as important as being able to translate your vision to the world.
Stephen: No matter what happens, follow your creative niche. If we hold back for fear of how the world may interpret our creations, we are doing the fashion world no justice. Believe in yourself and work hard, the rest will follow. There are many of us that are bursting with creativity but we allow reality to suffocate us.
Below you will find some of the photos of Amy Delson Jewelry and Studio 6th Sense at Nolcha FW 2013!
For more info on Amy Delson Jewelry, visit www.amydelsonjewelry.com
What are we in for tonight as Latino Show Magazine meets the New York Museum of the Moving Image? The Museum maintains the nation's largest and most comprehensive collection of artifacts relating to the art, history, and technology of the moving image—one of the most important collections of its kind in the world. Begun at the Museum's inception in 1981, today the collection comprises approximately 130,000 artifacts. Latino Show Magazine has covered Latino Luxury from Jose Zavala, owner of Blue Star Jets to musical talent from Juanes (world renowned singer-songwriter from Colombia) and art from Romero Britto an emerging Brazilian artist based in Miami. Lets not forget the cover photos and articles of Angelique Valez, Fernanda Samaia, Rashel Diaz and Gaby Espino. We will also be graced with the face of Maria Feranda Yepes on the 1 Year Anniversary Issue of Latino Show Magazine.
The history of visual art will meet the ever evolving art of today with a twist of Latinos!!!! We all know of the luxury of the red carpet, but who can do it better than Latino Show? No One!!!! Latino Show has incorporated Latino fashion, health and beauty and music into American tradition. This has resulted in a better outlook for Latinos cultivating their own success stories locally and abroad. Latinos now have a voice, not just from Puerto Rico, Cuba or Dominican Republic, but from all Latino nations in one area!
Bring on the music, the colors, the fashion and the lets not forget the stars!!! Come back for the inside story after tonight's gala! Hope to see you there!
For more information log on to www.movingimage.us and www.latinoshowny.com
"Our vision is to be in 10 years an icon in the graphics industry, fashion, health and beauty with one of the best high impact publications and distribution in the international market of national recognition for our advertisers (clients), and their products both speaking as the Anglo-Saxon public." -Latino Show Magazine www.latinoshowny.com
What is it to be a Latino? What is it to be a successful Latino? How do we define Latino in America? The World? Latino Show Magazine has become the pinnacle of Latino culture in the USA and Latin America!
Latino Show Magazine was the vision of all Latinos around the world and given a voice via ALVARO ALTAMIRANO. This magnificent magazine covers the rich Latino culture through Music, Fashion, Entertainment, Health & Beauty and lets not forget Food and Nutrition. Eleven months have passed since the initial issue which featured well known fashion icons and musicians. Latino Show Magazine has distinguished themselves as 'The" Luxury Latino Magazine through their hard work and dedication. Their latest issue is the SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY EDITION with a cover photo of Maria Fernanda Yepes. We will get copies of this special edition on December 5, 2012 at the Museum of Moving Image New York!
For more information log on to www.latinioshowny.com.
Beautiy is not the only talent that Ms. Roya possesses. She is the CEO and artist behind Epiphany Amor. She is also a true friend to those in her circle. Her passion drives her beyond perfection. Take a look at her recent interviews at http://global-runway.blogspot.com/, http://www.hautenyc.net/, http://www.lovemovenetwork.com/, http://www.dollhousedmv.com/- Mid April 2011, www.qthequestion.com and www.princessdomique.com and many more to come!!!!
If you desire a custom made piece contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org KKDT!!!