As summer wraps, up our team of buyers begin to prepare for one of the biggest events of the high school year, Prom 2014. With plans to carry traditional lines such as Sherri Hill, Jovani and La Femme in addition to new lines such as Live Original by Sadie Roberts, the newest designer and spokes model to join Sherri Hill; our buyers are vamping up for what we hope to be the biggest season yet. Although only in the beginning of homecoming season, grand plans for prom are already in mind as our prom buyer Mary Lou V. has just returned from the Atlanta Apparel Mart. With talk of many break though designers and trends it is sure to be an interesting season dominated by bright color and unique designs. The top trends to hit the runway include but are not limited to: lace, ombre colors, neon colored dresses, sheer fabric along the hem and neckline and fun polka dots and prints. There is sure to be a carry over of trends from the previous season and timeless classics, but there are high hopes that prom 2014 will be one of a kind much like the dresses designed for the season. Below are a few pictures snapped at the Atlanta Apparel mart by our team and Managers. 2014 pictures and previews will be coming as soon as possible so stay tuned for what's to come!
|Taken within the Alyce Paris show room, photo includes Alyce designer Claudine (left) and Alyce co-owner (right).|
|Photo taken within the Jasz Couture showroom, photo includes Jasz employee (left) and our prom buyer Mary Lou V. (right).|
|Photo taken outside of the Johnathan Kayne show room, photo includes master designer Johnathan Kayne (left) , our buyer Mary Lou V. (center) and Johnathan's business partner Brian (right).|
|Inside the Faviana show room, photo includes prom buy Mary Lou V.(left) and Faviana employee Ryan Black. (right)|
|Just outside of the Paparazzi by Mori Lee showroom, photo includes Jan B.|
|Photo at the Sherri Hill showroom, photo includes designer/spokes model Sadie Roberts (center) , our buyer Mary Lou V. (right) and a company friend and recommended seamstress Jan B. (left).|
|The Tony Bowls showroom, photo includes designer Tony Bowls (center) and several of his models.|