Fey­isola Adeyemi Shines


Fey­isola Adeyemi, CEO, Lux­u­ryByFeyi, shone bril­liantly again penul­ti­mate week in London at the just- con­cluded London Fash­ion week held at the pres­ti­gious As­ton Martin London show­room in May­fair.

It was gath­ered that the woman, who is best known for her cre­ativ­ity, held the au­di­ence spell­bound and walked tall at the show con­sid­ered as one of the big­gest fash­ion plat­forms with its Spring/Summer 2019 ti­tled, the “Black Swan”.

Her brand had the hon­our of wrap­ping up the pres­ti­gious London Fash­ion week with its ex­cit­ing pre­sen­ta­tion com­pli­mented with an afrobeat sound track fi­nale, chro­matic lu­mi­nance and branded light pro­jec­tion.

To add a bit of spice, eth­nic di­ver­sity was em­ployed in model se­lec­tion as each model daz­zled the cat­walk with author­i­tar­ian el­e­gance.

Some of the el­e­gant pre­sen­ta­tions in­cluded gor­geous gowns ac­cented with bead­ing em­broi­dery, while oth­ers cast more pow­er­ful an­gelic fem­i­nine vibe.

Com­ment­ing on her out­ing, a fash­ion critic was quoted as say­ing, “As a sur­re­al­ist fash­ion de­signer, the idea be­hind the col­lec­tion was to cap­ture the nat­u­ral beauty of an­i­mals and trans­late it into an el­e­gant and sur­real artis­tic fem­i­nine sil­hou­ette.

Most of the gar­ments show­cased were an­i­mal shape em­broi­dered hand­made but still they all main­tained a sig­na­ture pais­ley pat­tern through­out. The gowns ex­press univer­sal themes that res­onate with many eth­nic groups and I am proud to present them dur­ing London.

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