Seine River in Paris was stunningly lit up on Tuesday by an artistic celebration of fashion, beauty, and women empowerment at the 7th anniversary of Jessica Minh Anh’s ‘Catwalk on water’ series.
The multi-talented fashion show producer created an illusion of models walking on water, using a giant glass boat and clever catwalk setup, said a press release.
Premiering 7 innovative fashion collections, Jessica Minh Anh’s Autumn Fashion Show 2018 successfully promoted a new wave of entrepreneurial fashionable women, who are taking the world by storm. Against the cinematic backdrop, Jessica Minh Anh opened the show as a warrior princess in an exquisite red haute couture dress.
With her hair perfectly breaded in a crown shape and her long extravagant cape, the exotic beauty appeared royalty while introducing the latest collection by top Peruvian artist Ani Alvarez Calderon.
The impressive first look was greatly enhanced with red and pink stingray choker and bracelets by French luxury house De Galluchat.
Following Jessica Minh Anh was a dazzling model line-up all wearing Ani’s uniquely cut and layered designs. Adding drama and sophistication to the grand catwalk, Bangladeshi haute couturier Zoan Ash by Sultana A showcased a heavily embellished and hand-beaded collection inspired by royal warriors.
The third collection, Jessica Minh Anh X COCOSIN, presented Jessica as a triple thread.
Named ‘Girls run the world’, the collection is a refreshing take on the fast paced and ever-changing millennial lifestyle. Next, luxury handbag brand Nuriyah premiered a boho-luxe collection inspired by the Ottoman and ancient Islamic heritage mixed with South Asian culture.
Called ‘Yumi Yuzen’, the light silky dresses celebrated Japanese famous dyeing technique with a touch of softness. Closing Jessica Minh Anh’s iconic catwalk with class and elegance, Arabian powerhouse Atelier Zuhra presented a timeless collection which illuminated lights and enhanced beauty.
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