San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Asia meets French Couture at Barrera International presents the Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection Preview, which will be held at the Space Gallery on September 5th, 2013. This gallery provides the perfect landscape for the jewel-toned collection and provides a contrast of color against a contemporary white solid cubicle. With September marking the one 2nd anniversary of founding of the brand, Barrera will be showcasing a collection with over 40 looks and presented as a luxurious and private runway presentation, and a pop-up shop where clients and guest can purchase, customize and place orders.
The Autumn/Winter2014 collection is composed of six major elements, which include satin, silk, chiffons, wool, cashmere, and seasonal blends. With the women’s Spring 2013 Collection. The runway presentation will consist of the Ready to Wear Collection, Menswear and a Couture collection. Erroll Perkins will lead off a team of make-up artists, while Ted Medina will lead a collective team of hairstylist to create a luxurious look for each collection piece.
Every piece in the collection has been cut, assembled, stitched and sewn by hand to achieve perfection. From luxurious evening gowns to simple staple pieces, be sure to find a wide selection of items to covet. The beauty of this and every Barrera collection will be the availability to customize every look and make each piece unique.
This intimate gathering will be closing the doors for magazine owners, boutiques, clients, fashion bloggers, stylist and media. The doors will open at 8 P.M. to those lucky VIP attendees for a one-hour reception that includes a Latin/Asian fusion menu and specialty themed cocktails, private parking and front row seating. Black tie attire mandatory. For more information please email email@example.com
We would like to thank our following Sponsors:
Erroll Perkins- Beauty Master Lead
First Class Fashionista
Johnson & Wales University
Ted Medina Salon
Unique Styles by J. Wakeen
Private Catering provided by Armando Olivas and Kirsty Bidwell