There are more few days for the anticipated world premiere of Star Wars: the awakening of the force, and film-related events do not stop. The last were held in New York and London. The reason? Submit the original proposals created by designers from around the world inspired by the iconic series. And in New York, Lupita Nyong’o ‘ or comes to the fashion of the future with a very modern look would you like to see it?.
In New York, the exhibition has been Foce 4 Fashion, an event at Skylight Modern in which several designers as Cynthia Rowley, Diane von Furstenberg, Giles Deacon, Halston, Opening Ceremony, Ovadia & Sons, Parker, Rag & Bone, Timo Weiland y Todd Snyder We have presented an original collection inspired by the latest installment of the series.
And there was our beloved Lupita Nyong’o ‘ or ‘ or in this part plays Maz Kanata. The actress, flaunting her fabulous style, chose for the occasion a beautifull and very futuristic look with a black dress skirt asymmetric flight midi, with details of LED lights!. Yes, Yes, what they read. A design of Zac Posen collection spring-summer 2016, created in collaboration with Google, in order to encourage girls to study fashion design and to serve them inspiration. And really what better event to release it? The actress combined it with black patent leather toe cap and animal print stilettos.
In London they have also wanted to pay homage to the new film with the exhibition Fashion Finds the Force, in the Old Selfridges Hotel, attended by ten British fashion designers: AGI & Sam, Bobby Abley, Christopher Raeburn, Claire Barrow, JW Anderson, Nasir Mazhar, Peter Pilotto, Phoebe Englieh, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi y Thomas Tait. All designers have created several pieces inspired in the new release, available in Star Wars Fashion. The event was attended by actors of the stature of Daisy Ridley, protagonist of the Star Wars VII episode and Anthony Daniels, interpreting a C3-PO.
In addition, these designers have created a limited edition t-shirts and sweatshirts This film with a charitable purpose. This collection will be sold only at Selfridges stores, and through its website, and all profits will be donated to Great Ormond Street children’s hospital Foundation.