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Global Fashion Collective ready to stun Milan

The Global Fashion Collective (GFC) has recently captivated the crowd with its designers’ fall 2023 collections during New York Fashion Week. They are now ready to take over Milano during the upcoming Milano Fashion Week 2023.

Global Fashion Collective: the project

Launched in October 2017, Global Fashion Collective (GFC) is a platform led by a group of dynamic individuals who share the common goal of cultivating an inclusive and diverse fashion industry.

Global Fashion Collective’s mission is to accelerate designer development by producing innovative runway showcases globally in fashion capitals to increase international media visibility and expand new market opportunities for their show’s participating designers.

As the sister company to Vancouver Fashion Week, which has been producing shows since 2001, GFC works with a wide range of international designers at all runway shows. After showcasing in Paris, New York, and Tokyo, the Collective plans to expand its reach with upcoming shows in London and Milan for 2023. Global Fashion Collective aims to grow to be the industry leader in providing collective shows worldwide.

The Global Fashion Collective in New York

The show in New York on the 12th of February included three different designers: Jasive, Maison De Hoe and Ambergleam.

Jasive makes a sophisticated, feminine style statement bringing elegance and a majestic, aristocratic feel to the runway. The collection was full of black, white, and various shades of greens, sprinkled with ruffles and lace and adorned with jewels, soft and see-through detail, and a hint of sensuality. 

Maison De Hoe put on an upbeat show with pops of colorful details and fun patterns, while Ambergleam brought a soothing vibe to the runway with its music, model strut, muted colors, and jewel and earthy tones.

The street style was peppered with ripped clothes and relaxed fits, making the pieces perfect casual options. There were patterns, some flared bottoms, and a few fitted articles.


The Milan’s line up of the Global Fashion Collective

Global Fashion Collective is presenting in Milan on the 25th of February. The line up of the Milanese shows includes:

Haruka Sai

Since 2012, designer Haruka Sai of doll clothes [Little wardrobe] has debuted. Asakusa Collection Kikkakke studied dresses on his own and opened the HARUKA AYA brand in 2017 as a dress designer.

Based in Gifu, we are engaged in the design and production of custom-made dresses for wedding dresses, party dresses, costumes, and children’s dresses in the three prefectures of the Tokai region, Tokyo, and overseas, and our strength is in total coordination of accessories, shoe decorations, etc.

He has accumulated achievements in idol costume production, announcer costume provision, solo exhibitions, photo sessions, collection appearances, etc., and is active both in Japan and abroad with an eye on overseas.

Keiko Voltaire

Keiko Voltaire, born in Japan, has been a dancer, teacher and choreographer for more than 20 years in both her native country and the United States. She trained with The Ailey School in New York City.

 In 2003, she transited into a career as a wardrobe supervisor. She began working with Ailey II, Since then, she has been hired to work for companies such as Martha Graham Dance Company, Limón Dance Company, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company & Parsons Dance. In addition, she has worked as a Production/Stage Manager for Earl Mosley’s Institute for the Arts (EMIA).

Also she has been working as Wardrobe manager /residence costume designer for Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School. She became a director of Dance International Program in Japan in 2014. Additionally She established the company, KDesign Fitness in 2019. She established sister company, KDesign Fashion in 2021 in Japan.

Patrycja Plesiak-Fugiel

Patrycja Plesiak-Fugiel born in central Poland, Lodz. Fashion designer received her Master of Arts degree at the oldest department of textiles and clothing in the country at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz.

The founder and designer of the brand Patrycja Plesiak has created 42 original clothing collections during 10 years of active work in the profession. They were presented in many countries around the world. The last Plesiak x Łódź Kaliska collection was presented, among others, during the fashion week in Milan and at the Louvre in Paris. The creator was awarded an international prize in the Italian Venice for the development of world fashion. She represented her country through fashion at Expo Milano in 2015.

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