There’s been much talk about who wore what on the Oscars red carpet since Sunday, always a hot topic the week after the Academy Awards. Some of the designers we tapped for our #NYFW pairings were front and center, as were a few tends we’ve noticed—black and white, and lots of sheen being chief amongst them.
During the Oscars red carpet coverage, Adele remarked how her sparkly Jenny Packham gown weighed 15 kilos, quite a force to carry while belting out her sultry 007 tune “Skyfall.” She went on to say she heard Barbra Streisand, who also performed, once sang and danced in a dress weighing 50 kilos so she felt she was getting off easy!
We spotted this pretty Packham design on the runway during Fashion Week, our Secto 4220 sharing shimmering lines of light with the dress.
I leave you today with a might-as-well-flaunt-it view of de-light-ful Secto Designs. Our collaborations with Tuula Juselius and Seppo Koho, interviewed here, allow us to bring beautiful lighting from Finland to the North American marketplace. Their words aren’t in English but the passion these design professionals bring to their work shines through in any language, and the footage of their designs makes for a light fixture version of a Hollywood movie moment. Take a bow, Atto, Kontro, Magnum, Octo, Puncto, 4200, 4201, 4210, 4220, 4230, 4231 and Victo! And the Oscar goes to…
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