Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Hot & Sultry, Cavortress

By Laura Medina
Julie Wheat, an up-and-coming fashion designer is going launch her very "un-granola" ecologically-conscious contemporary wear tomorrow night. The show will last for 3 hours.

Hot Pink Ruched Bustier & Black Sequin Tube Skirt
Even though she now calls Charleston, South Carolina home, this native New Yorker has infused her New York sophisication/Las Vegas Glamour/Southern Ease into a fast-forward stylish line...
Vintage Hawaiian Crepe Ruffle Halter Top with White Hot Trousers

that is equally wearable as it is sexy.
Julie is the new adopted Southerner busting the Seersucker/Poplin Southern Belle stereotype to pieces.
Her new line reflects the New South's fast-pace ambitions, open progressive and acceptance, while unleashing a hot, sultry, and sexy sensuality that was always lurking underneath.
She yet has to set foot in Los Angeles, but she uncanningly has her finger on the pulse on what is happening right now as we speak.
Recent LA Fashion Month shows and celebrations were awashed in black sequins, splattered with bold primary colors, just like her Cavortress line debuting tomorrow night.

White Satin China Silk Cocktail Dress with hand stenciled fluorescent pink spray paint
in rivet and rhinestone stencil.

Ms. Wheat is one of the current line of Charleston designers who are emerging on the larger world stage, following in the foot steps of current Project Runway contestants, Gordana Gelhausen of Goga and Carol Hannah White, who won last week's challenge.

Julie Wheat's "Cavortress" is something to look out for on two grounds.

She proves you can still be glamourous and sexy without looking like an unwashed hippie.

"Cavortress" proves that the New South that is just as hip and hot as anything in Hollywood due to the constant sunlight and the heat.

Keep your eyes out for Julie.

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