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Denise Hajjar Colection Dons Winter Must Haves

This past Boston Fashion Week legendary fashion designer Denise Hajjar held her annual runway presentation featuring fall and winters styles.

Just across from her boutique the stage was set in the Marina Bay space with rows of chairs perfectly placed to get a glimpse of the iconic models donning elegant outfits.

The first set of looks we’re focal on autumn tones; a burgundy flow, stunning mustard, busy classic patterns, and vibrant scarfs to top off each ensemble. Seasonal accessories showed in the second set of looks. Shawls featuring fur trim, plaid coats and neckerchiefs with deep crimson tones and wraps that pair for a winter afternoon, or an evening out.

Hajjar is always keeping it classic; A portion of the DHFW23 collection highlighted the art of a classic black outfit and how the right pairings will make it an eye catcher. Following was a tribute to the New England chill. When it is time to bundle up in Boston, the Denise Hajjar Boutique has your must haves! From fur trimmed over coats, marble colored scarfs, Pom hats, matching gloves, and perfectly paired handbags.

The show closed with edgy and elegant street style. Fall winter fashion is always highlighted with leathers and vintage accessories, The DHFW23 collection nailed it! The boutique brought out its best pieces with metallic jackets, an all olive look that stole the show, pops of lace, and a sequence of chic Bogart hats.

Each season the Denise Hajjar Boutique is the store to hit for all your staple pieces. The boutique is currently open on Saturday and Sunday from 12-5pm.Hit the Marina Bay boardwalk and shop before these exclusive pieces are gone. Be sure to stop into Marina Bay Living and Terre D’Italia for all your home goods and Italian specialties. The same business hours apply, weather permitting. Mark your calendar for the annual “Galentine’s Day Market” on Marina Bay from 12-4pm. Pop in and shop!


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