I am addicted to you - Spring 2016 NYFW Sneak Peek, Betsey Johnson 4

Spring 2016 NYFW Sneak Peek, Betsey Johnson

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Betsey Johnson dependably has a standout amongst the most lively collections during NYFW. From her adoration for pink, bold patterns, and signature cartwheel and split toward the end of every gathering, we’re generally in for a treat! For Spring 2016, the famous designer is taking a signal from Benjamin Button with a variety titled, The Curious Case of Betsey Button. Take a look at a sketch below:

Betsey Johnson is commending 50 years in the business with this collection: no little feat for any designer. She’s ensuring the products on display will be an “big bang”. We’re anticipating bold hues, voluminous outlines, outrageously fun hair and cosmetics, and maybe a colossal celeb sighting or two.

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Betsey Johnson exploded on the fashion scene in the late 1960’s, launching a fashion revolution. Using avant-garde fabrics and the inspiration of British rock, the ballerina silhouette and street fashion, she built a brand that appealed to the likes of actresses, models and even first lady at the time, Jacqueline Kennedy. Over the next four decades, Betsey Johnson the designer – and the brand – continued to evolve and flourish through interesting variations on her tried and true theme of the fun, flirty, aggressive and teasing female, topped off by over-the-top runway shows featuring a cartwheel by the designer at the end of each collection. This paper will discuss the longevity of the brand over four decades and how the 68-year-old designer continues to make a strong, passionate fashion statement.

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It’s a really fitting title considering Betsey’s ever-enduring and energetic soul!

Is it accurate to say that you are energized for Betsey Johnson’s Spring collection?