CZAR by Cesar galindo
CZAR by Cesar Galindo Spring 2016, a solid contemporary dress collection with soft separate components and varied edgy statement pieces in a rich palette of lemon lime, fuchsia, slate, cloud grays, purple and color blocked with pop orange, indigo and TECHNO floral prints - A Janice Joplin GLAM
Moment all wrapped in modern sophistication. Original developed hardware details, Signature CZAR architecturally draped hems and necklines, in beautiful matte jerseys, and fluid crinkle silk chiffons, and crochet lace and tie-dyed fringe.
As a mother, a wife and a fashion designer, her intention is to dress the urban woman who juggles different roles in life while owning her individuality and looking extraordinary!
Layana differentiates herself by blending her experiences from living in New York City with her native Brazilian culture. She combines the traditional and innovative, sophistication and comfort, creating a label that exudes sensuality with a feminine attitude that is confidently understated and empowering.
In February 2016, Disney turned to Layana Aguilar to design the Ballgown for its first Latin Princess, "Elena of Avalor". After appearing in season 11 of the fashion design competition show, Project Runway, Aguilar was later hooked up with Disney through one of the show's judges, Tim Gunn.
In 2009 Chris Barreto in partnership with her husband , the Austrian model Thomas Grassberger, expand the artwork studio, which besides creating paintings for Art exhibitions and Art galleries, launches a fashion line with a limited edition of Art Wear with unique
textiles developed by the artist . Chris also produces custom made garments for artistic performances. In 2010 the studio creates a product line for Home Decor including pillows and exclusive prints for fabrics and wallpapers. With the success of the Home Decor , in 2015 Chris expanded her product line creating in collaboration with the prestigious Classic Rug collection her new line of outstanding Rugs now available at the Luxurious D&D Building in NYC.
Cenia Paredes grew up in a family dedicated entirely to dress making in her native Domini-can Republic. From an early age she helped her mother choose fabrics, participated in fit-tings and sketched designs for her mother’s clients. By age 11, Cenia was fully immersed into the costume made dress business to help her family. After immigrating to USA at age 20, Cenia graduated Summa cum Laude from the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technol-ogy in 2004. She then worked in New York’s competitive fashion district for various re-nowned brands, but always kept her dream of designing her own line as her ultimate goal.