The KORHANI home Fall 2013 collection graced the World MasterCard Fashion Week stage and took its audience on a trip down memory lane. Highlighting three historical eras, the Canadian label brought a Victorian, vampire theme to life with darkly demure looks that accented couture, carpet-made gowns and dramatically draped capes.
The vampy looks were followed by sophisticated, flapper fashions adorned with feather-trimmed accents that ranged from Gatsby-inspired formal attire to eccentric resort wear.
Closing the memorable runway presentation, the label's disco-diva models took to the stage while donning a wardrobe of 70s-inspired garments that featured neon-accented textiles, Pop art-inspired graphics, and Oriental-themed silhouettes.
THE BRUNETTES caught up with Kirsten Korhani, the visionary designer behind the collection, earlier that evening and congratulated her on the success of the KORHANI home brand. After the cinematic runway show came to a close, women gathered in the tent's common spaces to show off their stylish, Art Deco-inspired shoppers made from both indoor and outdoor KORHANI home rugs.
Outside, THE BRUNETTES posed for a pic with one of the show's fashionably fanged models who shared an insider's perspective with us about what it is like to walk in one of World MasterCard Fashion Week's most dazzling and awe-inspiring presentations.
Authored by Jana Pijak
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