Bianchi Showed an Essence of Spray Style
Scene&Style officially closed out Boston Fashion Week with taking on the night life. Star seamstress Alexandra Renee Bianchi brought together a crew for a one of a kind, must see show. A collaboration of Boston’s best! The evening was hosted at Hava, MC Jason from Night Moves, DJ Big Tunez, Party Boston and the 617 Productions team set the scene for a night to remember.
Commanding attention from the first set of looks was French flair, a classic black mini meshed with horse feather detail. Following was a line of sheer elegance, pieces of bold blues for a rooftop cocktail affair, chic silvers, and creative cuts, with a tie died mini meant to make a statement.
Along came classics paired perfectly; a chic red velvet pant and black bustier cut top, bold pastel pops, all with fashionable flow. An essence of spray style showed; A tie died mini, off the shoulder with deep paint and prints, black splatter style mini meant for a Hava night, and a hot pink hoedown sort of sway with horse detail ravaged the runway from the SS22 Collection from Alexandra Renee Bianchi.
Making the backstage magic happen and the flawless faces of top models were perfected by Jacquelyn Vokey whose mission is to make every person she meets, happier and a more beautiful. Jacquelyn Started at Christian Dior many years ago as a Beauty Consultant and Makeup Artist and has now started her own business. With awards such as Saks Fifth Avenue 2009, Betsey Johnson 2010 Vokey has the right look for you. Contact her at email@example.com or follow @jacquelynvokeymua
The stellar hair styles were provided by Charles Maksou the Dry Cut Craftsman. An Eight time "Boston's Best", Charles continues the legacy of the Dry Cut from the legendary John Sahag. The method was founded in Paris, and Charles brought it to Boston in 1998, and was awarded "Boston's Best Dry Cut" after opening his first studio. With over 30 years of experience, what he enjoys most is being a sculptor. He loves creating the perfect shape for a client to enhance their natural features. To book an appointment call 617.797.4141 or visit drycutboston.com.
Coming from behind the curtain to the press pit was Robert Paris with MonsterJazz Photography grabbing the eye-catching angle. Also, iconic photographer Richard Bertone. Vokey and Bertone have been working together for years on projects such as BETSEY JOHNSON NEWBURY ST. with SHAG Hair Salon, Nicole Romano, & Project Runway Designer Kelly Dempsey, and much more.
Richard has been doing photography for over 35 years in Boston, Rhode Island, New York, and surrounding areas. Richard works with ideal clients such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Nicole Romano, Donna Karen New York, and works several well know celebrities. The best part about Richard is his work is privy to high end clients.
You can follow Richard on Instagram or contact him at RICHARDBERTONE photography 617-733-6056.
The star of the evening is a Boston School of Fashion Design graduate from 2015 that has made a name for herself. Alexandra Renee Bianchi who was born and raised in the Boston area. While studying at SDF she fell in love with the couture, custom, bridal and eveningwear realm of the fashion world. As she creates her garments, she strives for quality and sustainability. With classic silhouettes, her designs are edgy, fun, unique and flirty, while remaining timeless, elegant, and feminine. Her designs are all handmade, custom to the client. With each client she focuses on creating a perfectly tailored and constructed garment.
Her collections are a combination of elegance from an era of ladylike class and a modern touch of dark punk with sexy seems. Keep your eye out from this emerging designer as she spends her off time in the sewing rooms of Yolanda Cellucci and Vera Wang! Bianchi is most certainly the future of Boston Fashion. Visit AlexandreaReneeCouture.com for more on this lavish designer or follow @alexandrareneefashion