Vivienne Hu walks fall 2017 at New York Fashion Week

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A New York State Of Mind

Just two weeks after giving birth to her second child, Vivienne Hu unveiled her Fall/Winter 2017 collection on Sunday, February 12 at her New York Fashion Week Runway show in Gallery II at Skylight Clarkson Square, as stated in this release from last Wednesday.

This season’s collection was inspired by the architecture and lifestyle of Manhattan, embodying the tough albeit welcoming city life.

With a strong opening performance by recording Artist, Aubrie Sellers, the runway show featured captivating looks centered on bold construction lines and elegant, flattering cuts.

This sixth collection further promoted the Vivienne Hu brand ethos of owning who you are. Vivienne said of this collection, “I want this collection to epitomize the strength, individuality, and determination worn by a strong New Yorker as she rushes to meet her next challenge.”

Several familiar faces were in attendance included Gary Wassner (CEO, Hilldun; Project Runway – Startup), Ashleigh Murray (CW’s Riverdale), Mel Harris (Hulu’s Shut Eye), Lexi Lawson (Lead Actress, Broadway’s Hamilton), Clara Lee (Actress), Malea Rose (Actress), Kathrine Herzer (Actress, CBS’s Madam Secretary), and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi (NBC’s The Apprentice).

Other attendees were Pearl Thusi (Actress, ABC’s Quantico), Tracy Ifeachor (Actress, ABC’s Quantico), Danielle Campbell (Actress), Eden Sassoon (RHOBH), Kristen Taekman (RHONY), Stassi Schroeder (Vanderpump Rules), Kayla Brianna (Recording Artist), ESPN’s Lindsay Czarniak, and Youtube and Instagram sensations, The McClure Twins.

Vivienne Hu is a New York based designer.

Before her fashion endeavors, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Hohenheim in Germany, followed by a Master’s degree in Finance.

She then worked in the Investment Banking industry in New York for over three years. Her decision to change career paths stemmed from her zeal for fashion, and her love of creativity and the arts.

Daniel Quintanilla

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