Peace Love World Keeps Close Eye on 2018 NY Fashion Week

Some of the biggest names in ladies' apparel, including renowned brand Peace Love World, will be following New York fashion week with a great amount of interest.

Doral, United States - January 24, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Some of the biggest names in ladies’ apparel, including renowned brand Peace Love World, will be following New York fashion week with a great amount of interest. Like any upcoming fashion brand, for Peace Love World it is of course incredibly important to keep an eye on emerging trends. However, for Alina Villasante, the company’s designer and founder, New York fashion week holds a truly special place in her heart.

Alina grew up in New York, and this is arguably where her passion for women’s clothing and fashion truly began. Surrounded by stunning clothes and beautiful people in the big city, it’s easy to fall in love with the world of fashion, but it’s when New York fashion week comes around each year that the city truly becomes the pinnacle of style and glamour. 2018 is no different, with collections from Tom Ford, Rihanna and Shayna Oliver making the headlines.

Each year, New York fashion week is also something of a who’s who of the rich and famous that year, highlighting the fashion interests of the biggest celebrities. At Peace Love World, they’re also no stranger to celebrity attention, and in the past apparel created by the emerging brand has been worn or endorsed by everyone from Pharrell and Oprah Winfrey to Jennifer Lopez and the Kardashians.

A company spokesperson from Peace Love World has commented on the excitement those involved in the business are feeling in the lead up to New York fashion week. They commented, “Peace Love World revel in the new excitement and energy that can be found for those in the fashion industry at this wonderful time of year. We’ll be closely watching New York fashion week to ensure we continue to keep up with current trends and can continue to create clothes that make people feel truly amazing!”

Contact Info:
Name: Corporate Office
Email: mia.villasante@peaceloveworld.com
Organization: Peace Love World
Address: 7760 Northwest 56th Street, Doral, FL 33166, United States
Phone: +1-855-710-0882

For more information, please visit https://www.peaceloveworld.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 291596

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