Fashion designer Ty’ron Perrin debuted his “Untitled” Spring/Summer 2016 Marquette Collection, an ethereal presentation during New York City Fashion Week on Sun., Sept. 13.
Perrin kicked off the show at 8:00 p.m. among an elite, standing room only crowd of industry movers and shakers as well as celebrities like Jazmine Sullivan, Pam Sullivan (manager to Jazmine Sullivan), R&B girl group The Rawyals, Cat Washington (formerly of “Bad Girls Club” Season 5), celebrity stylist Antoni Anderson, supermodel Sandra Woodley (“The Face”), entertainment editor Maxwell Losgar, celebrity Taylor Wesley Nault, celebrity blogger/socialite Zach (Yeah I’m Famous), hair icon Cynthia Meadows, Kiersten Heath (celebrity stylist), and fashion designer Suede Square.
Capturing the very essence of the modern day millennial, Perrin introduced fashion influencers to his highly anticipated collection with an innovative array of clean silhouettes. The groundbreaking collection paid homage to fashion icons such as Beyoncé and Laura Govan who embody the spirit of the collection. The models looked breathtaking as they floated down the runway in black, yellow, and white solids and geometric prints, exuding the intrigue and allure of the modern day woman complete with seamless tapestries and monochromatic juxtapositions.
Model Sandra Woodley opened the show in a yellow tuxedo jacket adorned with an ornate, black tiered feathered skirt, and closed the show in a luxurious, white two piece feathered crop top and matching midi skirt.
Other highlights from the show included a black, yellow, and white geometric cut kimono style jacket with matching shorts, a fitted knee-length dress with a sheer lace bodice, a structured white jacket with ruched sleeves adorned with an asymmetrical hem, and a white short set with a deep cut-out adorned with an interconnected elaborate cape.
“Untitled” captured the nostalgia of a powerful shape shifter, a self-assured woman who is undefined and unapologetic, one who shapes, re-defines and predicts the future. Check out the collection in the gallery below.