The Magenta Year
Right in the presence of fine dining, and at the heart of West 57th Street near 5th Avenue here in Manhattan, Cesar Galindo held his runway show over at the prestigious Cucina 81/2 Italian Restaurant with an Upper East Side crowd that was nothing but high society.
A modern and sophisticated collection with lots of jewel tones, and bright prints, with his key colors being a combination of navy and green on dresses and pantsuits, wide-legged pants with bell sleeve tops were also on display as Cesar incorporated bucket hats that matched the outfits.
In quilted fabric, navy extended itself onto boatneck top with bell sleeves, sleeveless swing dresses, plus a sea of wine came crashing down onto cocoon coats.
It’s all about what you’re seen wearing at dusk, evening wear is found on body conscious clothing and stretch silver metallic fabric.
Sexy silhouettes include v-neck mini-dress with shearing on the bottom, and thong bodysuit to be worn under micro mini-skirts, plus body conscious sleeveless dress with matching jacket.
Cesar Galindo makes all his clothes in New York City’s Garment District, also contributing to the environment by using dead stock fabrics.
Cesar’s been in business for over 30 years, producing the highest quality collections.