“Look in the moonlight,” printed across the Cinq A Sept collection. A collection that intertwined the French and Italian countryside styles while keeping an American state of mind. Founder Jane Siskin created a lavish getaway for any of the artists who are curious about her work through layers of knit sweaters, embroidered coats, victorian boots, and thickly lined eyes on the models. Another success with every thread used to create a stunning embodiment of elegance and creativity.
Instead of the traditional runway, there were three separate runways where the guests were invited to view and immerse themselves in distinct parts of the collection while feasting on tea sandwiches, biscuits, and caviar. Although no kind of finger food, Hotel, or group of celebrities attending can change the amount of beauty the collection had.
“Lost Romance,” handwritten on note cards by none other than Jane Siskin and left on the dining tables where the guests graced their presence. The meaning and purpose of the phrase were to highlight the dearly departed sense of feeling left in designs that few possess in this world run by social media. Kudos to Siskin for establishing a bold message and reminding those left in fashion what really makes a collection beautiful. The ability to invoke emotion.
From head to toe covered in red silk, faux fur lined coats, corduroy and velvet pantsuits, and sheer dresses layered with graphic designs of cursive writing. Cinq A Sept embodied the feeling of romance and left everyone looking into the moonlight hoping to see more of the stunning collection in its traces.