HUMANE Envy Spring ’17 | AMCONYC

HUMANE Envy Spring 2017 Collection

with Fashion Correspondent Dieusita Jean

When you think of New York Fashion Week you’re probably thinking of the glitz, glam, and gorgeous size zero models. But Chicago designer Jenny Stecher is definitely making her mark on the fashion scene. AMCONYC produced the show featured her Spring 2016 collection HUMANE Envy.

The guests were seated at the Penthouse on West 31st they were greeted with bold colors and lively fabrics flooding the runway. Stecher made heads turn and people smile with excitement as models wore knee length, form fitting dresses tailored to their curves. Stecher used solid pinks, blues and coral colors for her designs adding either a touch of white or black to balance out her pieces. Stecher created both day and night looks by adding significant details to her garments. Stecher experimented with silk satin fabrics creating a polished look that would make any woman stand out at the party. Her day looks were very modern, chic with clean cuts and neat stitching. Her pencil dresses can be worn in any office setting and easily paired with black or nude close toe pumps. Stecher accessorized her dresses with simple gold and silver bracelets, keeping all her models elegant and classy.

For Stecher final walk, she wore an exquisite black and white form-fitting racer neck dress with a small open slit from her collection. This silk satin piece was knee length and paired with patent leather black pumps. She finished her look by wearing her hair down and adding silver accessories to complement her look. humane-envy-196

Photos by Wes Photography

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