Janie Bryant Teams Up with Black Halo for a Stunning Collaboration
Hollywood starlets and a la mode local people beat the Los Angeles movement and assembled inside Bar Mateo for post-work cocktails and a light round of appetizers last Thursday. In any case, while the reviving summer drinks were sufficient of a reason to celebrate, it was the launch of Emmy award winning costumer designer Janie Bryant’s collaboration with Black Halo that visitors were genuinely in participation for.
Known for dressing the cast of Mad Men in their spot-on ’50s gowns, the design insider (above, left) has likewise dealt with HBO’s Deadwood and is currently sorting out the outfits for Eva Longoria’s up and coming NBC show, Hot & Bothered. Giving a closet for leading women and man of honor may be the kind of work she’s acclimated to, yet now Bryant has collaborated with Black Halo’s organizer, Laurel Berman (above, right), for a gathering of 25 exceptionally feminine pieces, including dresses, jumpsuits, jackets, and trench coats.
In celebration of the line, performer Garcelle Beauvais (above) rocked a figure-fitting regal blue jumpsuit from the line at the gathering, while Boardwalk Empire’s Meg Chambers Steedle (beneath) wore a black flower number that emphasizd her bends. With respect to how the collaboration initiated existence, Bryant says in a release, “I’ve been an enormous enthusiast of Black Halo since first wearing the brand years back.” And the name’s California roots additionally became possibly the most important factor. “I’m … extremely active and need to have the capacity to see samples quickly in light of the fact that I’m utilized to that procedure as a costume designer and therefore, I adored working with a local brand.”