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Deneisha Latoya
Brooklyn Fashion Week(End)
Tobacco Warehouse
Empire-Fulton Ferry Park
State Park
Dumbo, Brooklyn
October 20, 2007

Written by Jamie Sharpe
Photographed by Eli Ceballos



Elegance with pops of vibrant color define the new Deneisha Latoya collection. The designer has moved beyond the Muse by DLW label to embrace her namesake. Her fashion heroes, Catherine Malandrino and Tracy Reese, inspired Latoya’s most recent collection. On the runway, the line was urban chic with a twist. Translation, much of the clothing looked savvy enough to wear for a power filled day at the office. But, all of the garments had that something special, and this couture line could easily take you from daylight to dusk without skipping a beat.

Currently, only those in the know are keyed into this fabulous designer who is poised to become the next haute thing. High shine and glamour magnetized the audience, as her gorgeous frocks were standout sexy with a touch of innocence. The new spring line flaunted femininity in a totally attainable way. Every single piece was completely wearable and it was refreshing to watch a collection that was actually designed for the women who wear it.

The Deneisha Latoya collection had a very luxe feel that was anchored in beautiful embellishments. Classic luxury met modern color for a beautiful barrage in romantic style. Our thoughts? How lovely!

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