Julianna Bass brought her dynamic collection ” Go Make Tomorrow” of fluid sheer fabrics combined with beautiful bold colors, metallics and prints to life at New York Fashion Week for the Spring/Summer 18 .  This always feminine assortment of whimsical yet wearable designs commanded attention as each model sashayed down the runway.  You can appreciate Bass’ talent with her meticulous detailing of the very intricate lace placement on a few of the garments.

 

This line was inspired by Berlin artist Stefan Hirsig where Bass drew from the artist use of expressions of mixed anguish, apathy and pops of color in which she gave us her interpretation through her designs. I was glad to see that ruffles and pleats in her line and that they are still trending for next season.  They are timeless as far as I am concerned.  Here metallic pieces where my favorites! It just makes everything seem more luxurious.  

 

Bass known for clean lines and exceptional tailoring brought her “A” game to this collection. She never disappoints and I am looking forward to what she does next to wow us!

 

 

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