Monday February 6, 2012
Up-and-Coming: Cio Designs
As you all know, I love supporting up-and-coming designers and labels. And to add another one to my ones-to-look-out-for list, I am pleased to feature a new label fresh from Dallas — Cio Designs.
While New York is USA’s fashion central, Dallas does not come too far behind. This metropolitan has a lot of new talented fashion designers as it can now be considered the ‘home of up-and-coming fashion designers’. And one of the rising star in the Dallas fashion field is thevintage-inspired fashion label, Cio Designs.
Cio, the creator and designer of Cio Designs, has a huge love for fashion and infatuation for all things vintage. But while she enjoys what she sees on the world’s most renowned runways, she does not see it very fit for everyday use and for everybody’s taste. For that reason, Cio Designs was born.
“I’ve loved fashion as long as I can remember, and I’ve been in the beauty and design industry since I modeled in 6th grade. Since then, I couldn’t wait to purchase the new issue of Vogue magazine… but I was drawn to the more classic, modest styles, the textures and colors of it,”says Cio. “As a Christian mom, I see a need for modest alternatives to fashion and trends. Mormon moms like fashion too, but many of the current cuts and hemlines don’t work for us.”
Cio Designs caters to women all over the world. Their collections are inspired mostly by vintage styles, Art Deco, and classic looks spiced with a dash of “preppiness”. Their collection aims to provide runway-worthy,elegant-preppy designs suitable for everyday wear - runway for everyday as they call it. And as far what I have seen, their designs will be a hit for women of ages 20 and above. Cio Designs will be debuting at 2012 Pin Show in Dallas.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2012
Designer Spotlight: Designs By Cio- Cio Collections-
Fashionistas are already taking notice of Cio designs, a talented up-and-coming fashiondesigner creating distinct classic runway fashion for everyday.Blending vintage style lines and classic chic looks with preppy ideology for a modern understated drama. A peek at Cio’s 2012 fall/winter collection say’s it all-Fashion Week worthy.
Posted Feb 4th, 2012
“As an lds christian mom, I see a need for modest alternatives to fashion and trends. Mormon moms like fashion too, but many of the current cuts and hemlines don’t work for us”.With this in mind an amazing new designer from Dallas emerged. With a background in fashion editorials,trends and design this amazing new designer brought all that knowledge, and created her line calledDesigns by Cio.
Cio Designs are distinct,elegant are vintage inspired with a hint of preppiness and the reviews are amazing.
Her fashion show for those of you who live in Dallas will be at the Fairmont on Feb 23 and Trunk Show on March31
Posted by Prav on February 3rd, 2012
“Dallas is stylish besides being a cosmopolitan city. It is renowned as a fashion and luxury shopping city. It is known as a fashion hub across the world, having established its name for offering exotic and preppy fashion styles for men and women. The place offers a lot of fashion opportunities to new talented fashion designers”…
…”World-wide fashion manufacturers will find Dallas fashion market showcasing a lot of vintage inspired fashion, art deco fashions from popular as well as new fashion designers”….
…”Dallas fashion market is a home for up and coming fashion designers as well as to that of popular ones. A person will find lot of known and new designer labels showcasing in showroom and various prices. This is the very reason why more and more fashion business is visiting Dallas, to keep up with the newest trends. Look for more about Dallas at Cio designs at http://designsbycio.com/.”
Posted 6 January, 2012
“In the case of Dallas fashion designer company, Cio Design, the brand new design introducing character”…
…”An growing desire for a timeless high quality in our clothes selection, it has seen a return of materials and types that had been once known as ‘classic fashion‘ and may even have been thought as frumpy or dowdy to explicit age groups (reserved for a selected sort of woman that may take into account tweed a staple part of their weekend wardrobe) now generates an enormous impression on the catwalks”…