Thomas Wylde brings rock and rolls down the runway at Style Fashion Week. This collection brings the see her and buy now concept to Los Angeles. The clothing is beautiful, detailed, and perfect for every glamorous woman day to evening.
The competition fast fashion brings the runway concepts and provides them to customers before the next season. Tom Ford recently changed tried the see here and buy now a business fashion model. He is returning to New York Fashion Week (NYFW) for SS18 collection.
Thomas Wylde’s collection is beautiful with an edgy with the rock and roll vibe. The inspiration for the collection is the hickabana Japanese death flower. This is a flower often found at the cemetery in Japan. The fabric creation of the collection is all hand drawn in-house. The life and death intertwine in the collection.
This collection takes a woman from day to evening for any occasion. The collection introduces denim for Thomas Wylde. This section of the collections has the sweet rabbit and “MOTHERFUCKER” printed on these pieces. The material details are seen in the piece worn by the models. The signature lining with the branding. Each piece is complete with purses and shoes designed by Jene Park, creative director at Thomas Wylde.
Park philosophy theory that, “What can you really offer different your clients that is unique and different? The materials, the fabrics and the trims are luxurious. I use stretch fabric that are for the signature lining. Everyone should feel comfortable in their clothing.” Her passion and energy are seen in each piece created for women of all ages and sizes.
Park’s dream was to work in fashion. She is a first generation American. She attended FIDM school in Los Angeles. She is a mentor for the school. She went to Paris on a scholarship. While in Paris she gained a deep appreciation for creative fashion. She returned to the US and worked BCBG working with Max Azaria. She has completed 37 collections for Thomas Wylde.
This collection brings the traditional rock and roll branding with leather, denim, and beautiful soft evening wear. It continues with luxurious fabrics, signature prints and lining, and bold imagery down the runway.
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