Vivienne Hu Fall/Winter 2016 NYFW-THE SHOWS Runway Show Press Release


Press

Feb 14, 2016

Feb 14, 2016, New York, NY— Vivienne Hu, a growing force in the fashion world,  showed her 2016 Fall/ Winter Collection. In the exciting new mix to Vivienne Hu’s collections, the collaboration with AtoG Lingerie was her new twist for this season, which included five glossing intimate garments as the new additions to the AtoG Lingerie line.

This season, Vivienne Hu had special guests at the front row include: American painter Scott Kish , whom Vivienne was inspired by for this season’s collection; singer Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin who brought a glamorous voice for the show with her song ‘feel so alive’, singer Meredith O’Conner, and Ms. New York, Nicole Kulovany. It is also of great pleasure that we worked with musician David Cook for the wonderful runway music for the show.Last but not least, familiar to the fashion world was also an entertaining scene when Tinkerbell the Dog walked the runway during the show. The runway show was well attended by fashion editors and buyers from the top fashion wear outlets.

Vivienne Hu’s F/W16 season designs are inspired by the painting “Movement” by Scott Kish, who specializes in human anatomy and visual information processing. The image portrays the energy and synergy of human movements. The FW16 collection, in sharp curves and line, and fascinating forms and shapes, also captures such rich human dynamics and synergy.

This is the fourth time the Vivienne Hu label had been hosting her New York Fashion Week (NYFW) runway show (design label info can be found at http://www.nyfw.com/vivienne-hu). The 2016 Fall/ Winter designs again reflects an imaginative mix of European elegance, New York urban glamour and Asian exoticism as her past collections have demonstrated.

As the Vivienne Hu FW15 Runway partner,  AtoG is a leading undergarment brand of China that focuses on bringing fashion and technology together to a great fusion of comfortable underwear. On the Vivienne Hu runway show, the showcase of the five designs was a highlight of the collection. “Incorporating AtoG’s lingerie was a great success for this collection,” said Vivienne, “it made the runway collection looks appealing and rich.”

 

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