Amanda Kloots celebrates what would’ve been Nick Cordero’s 45th birthday


Age Is Not The Enemy

Nick Cordero, the truly extraordinary gentleman who honored Broadway with his talent, and went through a 95-day-battle after contracting COVID-19 before succumbing to it, would have turned 45-years-old today as September 17 would’ve been his birthday, Nick’s widow, Amanda Kloots, celebrated the men she loved with an Instagram tribute, pointing out the late Nick Cordero believed how age is just a number.

Instead of worrying that you’re getting older, the simple plan would be to just celebrate it, it’s because you have more time on earth, to celebrate not only you, but more time to celebrate the people you love, each year you live is a blessing, and an absolute miracle.

Daniel Quintanilla

Kerry Bannigan in Sourcing Journal Sustainability Report: ‘S’ in ESG can’t be ignored

Image Credit: Lisa Kato

Time Is Running Out

In a sustainability report just released today by Sourcing Journal with Informa, conscious fashion advocate, Kerry Bannigan, says it’s not just the U.N. 2030 date that brands and businesses have to meet to achieve sustainability, it’s a huge groundswell effort that for one, meets the demands of their customers, but meets growing sustainable concerns raised by their employees, who are asking their bosses to be mindful about their worries about the environment.

What started out as an optimistic outlook by brands on sustainability early on in 2015 when the U.N. Set the sustainability 2030 deadline, it’s now turned into a painstaking process and sometimes a 2 steps back situation on meeting all sustainability requirements, there’s the COVID-19 pandemic that slowed the process down tremendously, and the realization of not latching onto the effort much earlier on shortly after the U.N. set the 2030 date.

It’s apparently going to take longer than 2030 to be absolutely sustainable with their business, there’s audits on sustainability that are being done as we speak, realigning business models, budgets, and portfolios to meet this challenge, meeting legal requirements, and being transparent; partnerships, city policies, and more legislative actions are going to speed up the process for the fashion industry to meet the UN’s Social Development Goals (SDG) for this reset being the Green New Deal to roll out on time; more reports on Sustainability Now can be read in the Sourcing Journal.

Daniel Quintanilla

Brings Trend and Young Contemporary Lineup to New York, SOURCING at MAGIC New York Trades Alongside MAGIC This September


New York, NY (September 14, 2023)

MAGIC New York returns to the Javits Center September 19-21 highlighting women’s trend, young contemporary and modern sportswear apparel, footwear and accessories for Spring/Summer 2024. MAGIC New York presents a growing modern sportswear segment, meeting continuous demand for young contemporary and trend driven brands. SOURCING at MAGIC co-locates with MAGIC to showcase key suppliers and manufacturers.

MAGIC New York creates the opportunity for retailers to shop Spring/Summer 2024 on a curated cohesive show floor in women’s apparel, accessories, footwear and home, gift and beauty. MAGIC New York brings a wide selection of modern sportswear brands to the show floor including Barefoot Dreams, Caite, Julian Lang, Ciao Milano and Veronica M. Retailers can shop high and low, explore private label opportunities as well as secure immediates.

Launching this September and providing industry expertise to the fashion community, MAGIC New York debuts its first education series. Fashion Snoops Trend Forecaster Melissa Moyan and Kelly Helfman, President of Informa Markets Fashion, present the Top Trends To Shop Session on September 19, and a moderated conversation Curating for Curves: Strategies to Successfully Incorporate Extended Sizing with Gita Omri, Designer and Founder of Omri Essentials, Karen Cohen of MeMoi and Leonidas Monedas, CEO of Mat Fashion, moderated by Emily Benson, Founder at the Boutique Training Academy on September 20.

Supporting efforts around industry wide sustainable and ethical practices, MAGIC will debut the Verified Sustainable by MAGIC program in partnership with Hey Social Good at the September show. Brands are vetted and ranked accordingly to recognize where they are in the journey to becoming more sustainable. This program helps buyers to find sustainable brands more easily and trust that they have been verified based on meaningful data points.

“Enhancing our offerings not only through brand extension in both domestic and international categories but also increasing visibility into the breakdown of brands by specifications like sustainable, woman-owned, new to show and more, provides our customers a more tailored experience on the show floor with ease of access to multiple categories, ultimately saving time and creating a more intuitive buying experience.” says Jordan Rudow, Vice President, MAGIC. “Introducing the education sessions provides opportunities to learn and enhances the resources that our community can acquire while attending MAGIC New York.”

Trending styles for Spring/Summer 2024 include rich neutrals, occasion sets and jumpsuits. Over 300 brands are set to showcase their lines, with a selection woman-owned, new, international and plus size brands. Retailers registered to attend MAGIC New York include Free People, Urban Outfitters, Tilly’s, South Moon Under, Wantable, Nordstrom, Apricot Lane Boutique, Belk, Madrag and Pants Store.


SOURCING at MAGIC New York co-locates with MAGIC New York hosting manufacturers and suppliers from 13 countries. This selection of exhibitors offers low minimum orders and expediency to market in the mid to contemporary price points. SOURCING at MAGIC highlights a curated variety of exhibitors and product categories including apparel, footwear, accessories, fabric and trim as well as packaging.

“The New York edition of SOURCING at MAGIC provides the sourcing community more opportunities to connect and source materials, expand their networks and implement new resources for their businesses throughout the year, says Andreu David, VP, SOURCING at MAGIC. “By emphasizing sustainability, we provide our audience with insights to make informed and sustainable choices across materials, supply chain services and manufacturing.”

The top buyers and retailers registered for SOURCING at MAGIC New York include Nicole Miller, PVH (Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger), Beall’s Inc., Rag & Bone, American Eagle Outfitters, Kenneth Cole, Everlast, Macy’s, New York & Co. and Robert Graham.

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MAGIC is a high-energy fashion experience and home to the industry’s largest selection of modern sportswear, trend-driven and young contemporary apparel, footwear, and accessories. Fusing scale with curation to drive commerce, creativity, and connections, MAGIC joins a global audience of retail buyers – from big-box to boutique – with influencers, media, and industry thought leaders. More than just events, MAGIC is a deeply rooted community, and a place brands and retailers call home. For more information, please visit:

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SOURCING at MAGIC allows fashion businesses, brands and sourcing professionals to connect and collaborate with a community of global manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers. With a strong presence among international exhibitors and attendees and deep domestic connections, SOURCING at MAGIC is a global community. With a forward-thinking approach and commitment to the evolution of the global apparel supply chain, SOURCING at MAGIC consistently provides access to emerging fashion technology, solutions, sustainable resources, educational content, networking, and extended visibility into the industry’s most critical global issues. For more information, please visit:

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Albright College spring 2024 at New York Fashion Week by Patricia Ann Parenti


The Ole College Try

Albright College Fashion Department had its runway show in NYC, at the 3 West Club in Manhattan, on Saturday, September 9, 2023. This EXTREMELY creative show by present and alumni students was produced by Very New York PR (events and public relations) and they did an excellent job. Albright College is located in Reading, PA and founded in 1856. Albright College is named one of the top fashion programs in the country because they offer hands-on instructions from the staff to make sure they are skilled in the latest technology. Even some of the instructors of the fashion department were at the show. Besides teaching students how to create commercial ready-to- wear, the college specializes in costume design for film and theater. To learn more about the college, go to WWW.ALBRIGHT.EDU.

This runway show featured six very talented designers that showed very beautiful and unusual fashions. Since I have been in the fashion industry many years, I felt these designers showed styles I’ve never seen before. Of all the shows I saw this season I felt this one was the best because of the fact that everything was unusual and not something that had been done much before. Some of the designers showed clothing that could be made into a line of ready to wear while other designers showed couture or theatrical clothing that would be perfect on the stage or screen by actresses and preforming artist. All in all, these designers did an amazing job of designing, fabric sourcing and sewing their creations. I was only able to interview two designers after the show because of time but I will touch on each one and show a photo of their creations.


She graduated in 2017 and this was her 2024 resort collection by her own brand, Jamine Nasha. Her inspiration for the collection was a photograph of her late grandmother laying across a bed in a yellow negligee with design aspects (the ruffles) from the designer Stephen Burrows in the late 1970s.



He graduated in 2023. His inspiration is from a dystopian landscape or the intricacies of the human anatomy . He focuses on mixing the skills of traditional patternmaking with draping done by hand that make the garments very fluid.



She is a graduate student of 2023. Her inspiration comes from Harajuku Street Fashion (little girl style and cutesy clothes worn in the streets on young women/teens in Japan and NYC), couture runway shows and experimental fashion.



Class of 2015 with a major in costume design. Her Spring 2024 brand is whimsical, colorful and feminine. Her inspiration for her designs is clothing details from films of the 1950s that feature bold floral jacquard and brocade fabrics. 



This person is graduating in 2023 and will be looking into work in couture. I interviewed Zyaire after the show and I was told it all starts with a vision and then looking for images of the vision online to get inspiration from, after these fabrics are chosen and sketches are made. I love the use of patient and plaid taffeta made into ruffles. Some special details are full skirts and corset tops that lace in the back . This collection is perfect for editorial in magazines such as Vouge or stage outfits for performing artist. Colors used purple, yellow, red and black and white.



Freddie graduated in 2016 and has been working for designer Ana Sui and Dzines Textiles ever since. I interviewed him after the show and he told me his inspiration is from his family heritage in the Dominican Republic. His use of silk print fabrics in tropical colors with flowers is totally what the ladies would wear there in the 1950s. Details such as ruffles, handkerchief hems, A-line silhouettes and circle skirts make this a very feminine collection. His collection is perfect for resort season. He even made a men’s resort short in white eyelet with a red shirt (bottom right in photo) that looks like the kind of shirts the guys from the Dominican Republic use to wear in NYC in the Hispanic neighborhoods 30-40 years ago. His clothes are to order at WWW.SHOPFREDDYDIAZ.COM


Show production and PR by WWW.VERYNEWYORK.COM

Patricia Ann Parenti

Dell Scott Spring 2024 runway show at New York Fashion Week


By Patricia Ann Parenti

Dell Scott is an American Couture designer who had her NYFW Spring/Summer 2024 on Sunday, September 10, 2023 at Ideal Glass Studio in Manhattan. Her inspiration for her collection was from her travels this year to Europe. She especially liked the Anthos (meaning flower in Greek) and as she said “a flower is relatively unnoticed before it blooms but one once it does it demands to be noticed for its beauty.” You can see Dell’s inspiration in the handmade satin flowers on the shoulders and necklines of her gowns and cocktail dresses. The gold metal accessories were also Grecian inspired.


Her collection is based on eveningwear for galas, weddings, anywhere the invite says formal attire, charity dances, balls, country club galas, cocktail parties, black tie events, debutante parties and anywhere you need to dress up. Her luxury fashions are for all women to make them feel special wearing one of her creations. Dell knows how to design clothes to accent a woman’s body by having different styles for different figure types. You can have a curvy or boyish figure and there is a style that will look marvelous on you. The designer’s niche for high slits, deep necklines, corset tops, cowl necklines and form fitting silhouettes draw attention to the female form.


Fabrics consist of silky satins, sequins, and tulle and all of the highest quality. This season she used a rich palate of colors of royal blue, deep purple, cream, Fushia, wine, black, peach, red and navy. Gowns have lots of floral lace skirts over satin skirts and ruffles on the shoulders and tops of necklines. These formal fashions can be worn all seasons and are classics that won’t go out of style. When you have one of Dell’s creations that was custom made for your body you will look and feel like Cinderella at the ball.

Since this is couture, Dell will have all her fashions custom made to your measurements but you can order on her website. For the hard to fit off the racks ladies this is a great way to get a dress or gown that will not be too big or tight somewhere on your body made just for you!


WWW.DELLSCOTTCOLLECTION.COM Some of her creations are also featured at the store Morgan’s of Delaware, located in Wilmington, Delaware.

Patricia Ann Parenti

Novus Chiffonier, an evening of dress up and content


September 14th, 2023 (New York, NY)

The Novus Forum hosts Novus Chiffonier, an exclusive evening for couture dress-up, content creation, and networking. Guests are invited to meet international designers, try-on selections from their unreleased Spring 2024 collections, and create photo/video content for online distribution. Occurring during the peak of the fashion calendar—between NYFW and Market Week—Novus Chiffonier gathers cultural influencers, celebrity stylists, retail buyers, private clientele, and press. 

The Novus Forum is the intersection for luxury trade, curating the highest quality prêt-à-couture and ready-to-wear collections from Dubai, East Asia, and across the United States. Now located in New York’s beloved Meatpacking District, guests have access to designers including Tracy StudioMaryam OmairaKevan Hall21SIXAmeera HammoudaGeisha DesignsWeilu Fresolone, and I.H.F.

The Novus Chiffonier is being held in New York City from the 17th to the 20th of September. Exact address details will be sent once an RSVP is received.

Daniel Quintanilla

VERDAVAINNE’s presents Spring 2024 eveningwear collection at New York Fashion Week

Photography Credit: Elvia Gobbo

New York, NY — September 12, 2023

V E R D A V A I N N E, the esteemed luxury fashion brand, unveiled its Spring 2024 collection in a mesmerizing fashion presentation that left guests in awe. Held at the exquisite Casa Cipriani in downtown NYC, the event saw a distinguished audience of editors, stylists, influencers, and loyal clients gather for an intimate and unforgettable experience, designer Cyril Verdavainne’s debut as part of the official NYFW calendar.

The Spring 2024 collection by VERDAVAINNE is a celebration of bold eveningwear, featuring stunningly imagined silhouettes with voluminous skirts that captivate with their architectural structure and graceful movement. The collection also showcases oversized high-contrast patterns that demand attention, and elegant kimono-inspired, trapunto stitched belt detailing that added an exquisite touch of refinement to each ensemble.

The collection also focused on neckline treatments, from alluring halter styles that exuded elegance to romantic off-shoulder designs that offered a touch of provocative sophistication. Bold and strong shoulders were also a commanding statement. A highlight of the presentation was the collection’s finale, a breathtaking wedding gown in chalk white that featured a halter neckline and a self-appliqué sash made of delicate white poppy flower petals, creating an ethereal and romantic masterpiece akin to a moving marble sculpture.

Photography Credit: Elvia Gobbo

A statement from Cyril Verdavainne, the founder and designer of his eponymous label:

“I wanted to show something glamorous and generous in proportion but with clean, crisp lines. The use of colors was a must for me with the Neon Yellow, the Chartreuse, the Shameless Fuchsia Pink… it’s all about bringing fun to our clients’ wardrobes.”

Verdavainne continues, “Speaking of our clients, it was important for us to feature our gorgeous curvy ladies because they are here, they are very real, and they very much appreciate brands like VERDAVAINNE. I have been at this gig for a little while now, and I haven’t met a woman who is a straight size.”

“While I design a line every season, the brand sets itself apart and identifies as ‘custom’ and made to measure. The client gets to create, and for me, it is an opportunity to learn more about women and about the clothes they truly want to wear,” says the designer.

Photography Credit: Elvia Gobbo

VERDAVAINNE’s Spring 2024 presentation was all about embracing the bold, celebrating contrasts, and weaving elegance into every minute detail. The collection marked a true embodiment of the brand’s commitment to sophistication, creativity, and an unwavering dedication to delivering fashion that celebrates the unique beauty of every woman. The collection’s boldly proportioned silhouettes and subtle, yet forward detailing will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on both wearer and admirers alike.

Photography Credit: Elvia Gobbo


Founded in 2018 by Cyril Verdavainne, V E R D A V A I N N E is a luxury fashion brand dedicated to sustainable practices and the creation of handcrafted, sophisticated women’s eveningwear. Cyril’s 15 years in the industry, including his work with Carmen Marc Valvo, inspired a commitment to eco-conscious fashion and personalized custom designs that empower women. Rooted in his global fashion journey from Casablanca to New York City, VERDAVAINNE epitomizes sophistication, creativity, and a deep appreciation for the unique beauty of every woman.

Daniel Quintanilla

Ivy Cove’s 8 Fall 2023 Accessory Trends To Try That Will Elevate Any Outfit


Falling For Autumn Luxury

Fall is here! And this season, there are so many fun trends to try that will instantly update any outfit. From shoes to bags to belts, you can make your look stand out with the right accessory. Here are the 8 fashion trends that we’re going to see everywhere this fall from wearability/normcore 2.0,  fall floral appliques, metallics, art prints, furry footwear and house shoes/mules to bag trends like top handle, bucket bags and oversized totes. See below for a variety of stylish, luxury options for both men and women from Montecito brand, Ivy Cove, all handcrafted with sustainable materials and responsibly sourced leather.

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Wearability/Normcore 2.0

The quiet luxury trend is stronger than ever with a big movement toward wearable, everyday fashion and accessories made with quality materials. This season, invest in ultra wearable bags, belts and shoes (see mules below) that will instantly become staples in your closet. 

Fall Floral Appliques

Floral appliques have been dominating the runways this year. Add this rosette trend to your wardrobe with a statement belt or top handle bag embellished in pretty 3D blue and green florals. 

Art Prints and Chains

While quiet luxury is gaining more popularity, bold, art prints are simultaneously on the rise. So if you’re looking to stand out, opt an artistic print like the famous Parisian landmark, the Arc De Triomphe on a leather backpack, photographic imagery of the French Riviera on a belt bag or Fleur de France print on ballet slippers. Add ombre art designs to your closet with a statement belt, market tote or of the moment chain bags.


Metallics always feel like a classic choice for fall/winter but this season show off your waist with a statement gold belt and lean in to the hourglass silhouette trend that we’re going to be seeing everywhere.

Furry Footwear and House Shoes

Look stylish and feel super cozy with this furry footwear trend from faux shearling unisex slippers, rabbit fur sandals (yes, these are meant to be worn outside!) and pom pom slippers. House shoes are no longer just for the house. Elevate your entire look with these comfortable and easy to slip on mules that can take you from the office to running errands or lounging at home. 

Top Handle Bags

There’s something about holding onto the top handle of a bag that gives you a sense of power. We’re loving this modern ladylike trend from a dramatic, circular handle to a Bauhaus inspired tote.

Bucket and Shoulder Bags

Slouchy bags are gaining popularity to pair with your favorite pair of slouchy pants. Rock this trend with bucket or shoulder bags that you can keep close to you with all your essentials. 

Oversized Totes

Sometimes you just want your bag to fit everything you may need from your laptop and notebook to makeup pouch and an extra pair of shoes (plus phone, wallet, keys…the list goes on!). 


Daniel Quintanilla

Taylor Swift shows off Joseph Saidian and Sons Jewelry via Dorazio PR at VMA’s


Taylor Made

The best clients are the ones who not only are a return customer, but continue to make you proud, that’s what Taylor Swift did Tuesday night at the MTV VMA’s when she wore jewelry on loan to her for her 9 awards won by none other than Dorazio PR, who’s blessed with the gift that keeps on giving known as Taylor Swift, a continuing client of Dorazio PR, Taylor’s VMA jewelry in this latest transaction were from Joseph Saidian and Sons Jewelry.


All throughout the night, from red carpet, to VMA acceptance speeches, and after party, Taylor’s chosen Joseph Saidian and Sons Jewelry is vintage necklaces, rings, and bangles also identifying as vintage gold and diamond necklaces, and styled by Joseph Cassell and Venetia Kidd.

As readers know here on DANIEL PLUS LAUREN, Taylor Swift and Dorazio PR are a match made in heaven, Taylor’s last Dorazio PR connection happened on the set of her “Karma” music video for her remix with Ice Spice, where Taylor and Ice Spice were wearing Candy Ice Jewelry and Vera Belleza earrings.

Updated Added on 9/14/23: In this proudest moment for both Taylor Swift and Joseph Saidian and Sons Jewelry, a $12,000.00 Van Cleff ring that was on loan to Taylor Swift from Joseph Saidian and Sons Jewelry was dislodged during the VMA’s, and is currently being repaired according to Page Six, Joseph Saidian and Sons couldn’t be more proud that a true icon wore this ring as this unfortunate event happened.

Joseph Saidian and Sons are also followed by Kevan Hall Design on Instagram, who just walked New York Fashion Week, see both original and official Kevan Hall Design content up now on DANIEL PLUS LAUREN.

Daniel Quintanilla

OFFICIAL RELEASE: Kevan Hall Spring/ Summer 2024: Cote D’Azur


New York, NY — September 12, 2023

Renowned fashion designer Kevan Hall takes us on a journey through time and elegance with his latest collection for Spring Summer 2024. Titled “Cote d’Azur”, the collection draws inspiration from the refined and sophisticated era of Deauville, France, during the 1930s, where the epitome of fashion was showcased along the promenade by models donning the creations of leading designers. At Deauville, we also experience high jewelry first worn with a laidback casualness by wealthy socialites.

And just 1,335 kilometers Southeast is Cannes, synonymous with the red carpet and considered the biggest European runway for fashion and jewelry. The legacy of Deauville and the continued glamour of the Cannes Film Festival today, have combined to shape Hall’s trademark aesthetic that can be seen in every detail of his Spring 2024 Collection.

“Our journey begins with a look to a refined and elegant time in Deauville, the seaside resort in the northeast region of France. If one were in Deauville during the 1930s, they would have seen a continuous display of the best fashions,” Hall explains. “Deauville and Cannes’ rich legacy created by artists, designers, and the film industry is the inspiration for the Cote d’Azur collection.”

Among the standout looks was the Cote d’Azur grand plaid column bustier with a side slit. This piece exuded timeless elegance with its over-sized graphic pattern, while the bustier top added a touch of modernity. The daring side slit revealed just the right amount of leg, making it a perfect choice for a sophisticated evening affair.

Another striking ensemble was the Multi floral bouquet sequin gown. This look effortlessly combined vibrancy with sophistication, making a certain must have for the 2024 Red Carpet season. Its impeccable tailoring and flattering silhouette made it a standout piece that perfectly captured the spirit of the Kevan Hall show with every stitch. These looks, among others, showcased Kevan Hall’s masterful craftsmanship and ability to merge classic and contemporary elements into stunning fashion statements. All shoes were from Nina Shoes and elegantly elevated each ensemble, adding a final flourish of style and sophistication to the collection.


Adding to the allure of this season’s collection is a collaborative partnership with Chatham, a luxury brand renowned for its laboratory-grown gemstones and diamond jewelry. Chatham’s commitment to merging art and science has made them leaders in the industry, with a history spanning over 80 years. The brand’s innovative approach to replicating natural gem-growing conditions has resulted in a unique collection that ranges from classic to contemporary.

The Spring Summer 2024 Collection: Cote d’Azur showcasedthe designer’s continued dedication to timeless elegance, innovation, and storied inspiration. This collection is a celebration of the rich heritage of France’s legendary Riviera, merged with the visionary creativity of Kevan Hall and the exceptional craftsmanship of Chatham jewels.


Detroit-born, Kevan Hall’s fashion passion ignited in childhood, maturing into a haute couture innovator redefining glamour for a new era. He revitalized Halston as Design and Creative Director from 1998 to 2000, dressing luminaries like Celine Dion and Charlize Theron. Launching his own line in 2001, Hall’s philosophy emphasizes pure style, impeccable tailoring, and sleek silhouettes.

Awards including the Gold Coast Fashion Award and “Stylemaker of the Year” highlight his impact. Hall’s TV appearances, lectures at esteemed institutions, and leadership in initiatives like Black Design Collective underscore his influence. Today, his enduring collections cement Kevan Hall as a heritage brand of timeless elegance.


Chatham masterfully combines art and science. They are the leading luxury brand in laboratory-grown gemstones and diamond jewelry, offering unique designs ranging from classic to contemporary.

Chatham is the original architect of the gem-growing industry. Over 80 years ago, Carroll Chatham introduced the world to laboratory grown emeralds. By duplicating the conditions deep within the earth, his laboratory succeeded in growing a variety of the finest gems over the course of a year’s time. A discovery so unique, it remains a secret to this day. Today, Chatham is recognized as the industry leader in luxury lab grown gemstones and diamond jewelry.

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Daniel Quintanilla