The chance to take in three runway shows in the opulent surroundings of the San Francisco British Motor Car venue in one day is enough to entice many to head to The Collection on Saturday, but there are other enticing reasons to go. And one of them involves James Franco.
San Francisco apparel and accessories designer Daniel Sudar has been getting a solid amount of buzz lately, thanks in large part to his recent work with a number of A-list celebs (many of whom we’re told can’t be named just yet). One that can: James Franco, whom Sudar designed suits for during the making of Cherry, the forthcoming film from San Francisco author Stephen Elliott. You’ll have to wait to see Sudar’s threads on the silver screen, but you can catch his brand new Revolver collection on the runway in person this weekend.
Acta Non Verba‘s Hector Manuel has shown his form-fitting, feminine gowns and dresses during several fashion shows in recent years, notably January’s Snow II. But on Saturday, audiences will be treated to something special from the emerging Bay Area label, as Manuel is using the show to debut Acta Non Verba’s first full line.
Breaking from the white color palette seen in the Snow I and II shows, also produced by the San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Network, longtime Bay Area fashion designer Joseph Domingo will be showing a collection full of color this weekend. What’s more, those in the audience at The Collection will be the first to catch a glimpse of his brand new shoe and bag lines.
Photography courtesy Warren DiFranco, Christophe Tomatis and Joseph Domingo
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