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Since I have started interning I have quite a few tasks to complete such as, finding a venue to host a fashion show in the near future, networking with photographers in all of New England and New York. Along with all of that I have also concluded to plenty of research for the company. . . And I’m blogging!
I am very open to learning anything and everything about fashion, everything that Sara teaches me I absorb like a sponge. I am very interested in learning the designing perspective, business standpoints and what it takes to construct and maintain a distinguished brand/ establishment. I am hoping to gain plenty of knowledge from this experience, in company with a great friendship that will last a lifetime.
In the future I anticipate to be attending an astonishing college majoring in Business and Marketing and mionoring in Visual Communications along with designing a fabulous collection of my own. A prophecy to myself would be traveling to various regions of the world to explore along with gather loads of wisdom and then maybe I will have an intern of my own. . . Needless, I will maintain a never-ending relationship with Sara and of course Niko as well.
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Artist Designer Stylist
Sara Faella Artist Designer Stylist Launches Romantic & Vintage Couture Bridal Collection 2010
After launching her line January 2010, she received ravishing reviews and custom orders instantly from fans and many brides from the wedding industry. All her pieces are couture, not one duplicated and not one that resembles another. All of her custom couture work includes hand-made metal work, feathers, crystals and craftsmanship that only comes from someone that clearly has passion and understanding of fine arts united with high fashion.
Sara Faella, Designer her work originally out of New York has branched into the accessories segment of the fashion industry and now works out of Rhode Island yet catering globally. No market too small no region too far. She uses her life experiences, places travelled and time periods never visited only explored through intensive research. Mastering and creating special pieces that not only define what she is capable of but what she can share with the world.
Faella states “This collection, as my first collection is designed for the romantic heart in mind and with the Vintage 1920's as my inspiration, I have incorporated ostrich & peacock feathers along with German vintage & Swarovski Crystals .Very chic, very flapper. Every piece is terribly charming in the most whimsical way.”
Please contact, Sara Faella Artist Designer Stylist at 401-323-6133.
Friday, April 2, 2010
Keeping the collections going!
After my 1920's inspired Romantic & Vintage Couture Bridal Collection 2010, I went right back to the drawing board and mannequins..I am proud to share a Sneak Peak of my
"Spring Love Couture Collection 2010"
Artist Designer Stylist
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
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More than 53,700 beauty professionals in attendance; up from previous year
“We are overjoyed with the turnout, energy and overall vibe experienced at IBS New York this year,” says Dana Lupton, vice president and group show director. “Our strong attendance led to record sales for many exhibitors and we experienced one of the most successful rebooking sessions for our 2011 dates. I am proud of the show we produced and wish to extend a heartfelt thanks to the industry for its participation and strong support.”
“I’ve never seen it so busy,” said both exhibitors and attendees. Beauty professionals came to the show in droves and spent their time and money on new products as well as old favorites. The Pibbs family was well represented on the show floor with large displays from Pibbs, Turbo Power, and La Brasiliana. Alfa Parf, Moroccanoil, Global Keratin, So Cap USA, Metropolis and Macadamia Natural Oil, A Robert Cromeans Salon, and Young Nails also had significant presence on the show floor. Traffic frequently stopped in aisles where smaller exhibitors demonstrated their products and fulfilled a high level of sales. In all, more than 550 haircare, nailcare, cosmetics, tools, furniture, apparel and business technology manufacturers were represented.
Extensions are still all the rage and offer professionals an opportunity to increase business and generate thousands of dollars in incremental revenue. Also popular and crowd-generating were the moisture-enhancing hair follicle products, natural hair-straightening products and the colorful gels and polishes in fabulous color arrays.
Some of the most dynamic names in the beauty biz graced the 2010 IBS New York Main Stage. Artistic cutting, dramatic coloring and creative styling with step-by-step demonstrations were provided by world-renowned and iconic artists, including Nick Arrojo, Robert Cromeans, Martin Parsons, Vivienne Mackinder, Dee Adames, Woody Michleb and Bradgraham.
More than 100 free classes were available to beauty professionals. Most classes were standing-room-only, and attendees walked away with new tools, techniques and tricks to not only enhance their skills but also to grow their businesses. Highlights included:
• Mike Karg and Jo Blackwell demonstrating their signature approaches to cutting and color for the everyday woman
• A packed class for industry favorite Nicholas French’s hair extension techniques
• 2007 NAHA Lifetime Achievement Award winner Yosh Toya sharing his design philosophy and techniques
• Major League Barbers and Ivan Zoot from Andis proving skillful barbering techniques can elevate a stylists income potential
• Main Stage performers such as Nick Arrojo, Martin Parsons and Vivienne Mackinder providing inspiration up close in the classrooms
For the first time, IBS New York partnered with the producers of the San Juan Beauty Show and delivered a special pavilion featuring exciting exhibitors and inspiration talent such as Alejandro L’occoco, Raul Martez and Arleen Agosto on the Latin Main Stage.
IBS New York attendees visited the IECSC exhibit hall at no additional charge to learn and shop the newest in the spa, skincare and wellness industries at the largest spa show in New York.
Produced by Questex Media Group LLC and presented by American Salon magazine, IBS New York is the largest and longest running professional beauty event in the country. IBS New York, International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conferences and IBS Las Vegas are for professionals only and reach a wide cross-section of participants including salon and spa owners and managers, hair stylists, hair colorists, estheticians, makeup artists, nail technicians, dermatologists, massage therapists and beauty and spa product manufacturers and distributors. The Las Vegas event will be held April 24-26, 2010 at the Las Vegas Convention Center; IBS New York 2011 will be held March 6-8 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.