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07 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Coverage of Cromos Magazine

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

07 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Coverage of His Colombian Show by Radio Nacional

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

06 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Interviewed by El Universal Newspaper

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

06 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Interviewed/Coverage by El Espectador Newspaper

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

03 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Coverage of EFE News Agency

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas. “Presenting in Latin America is part of our international growth strategy as a brand, emerging markets are the future of fashion” says D’Angelo.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwarzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

03 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Coverage by MSN.com Noticias (News)

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

02 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Interview/Coverage of La Republica (Business Newspaper)

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 2, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

28 Aug

Edwing D’Angelo Interviewed by El Tiempo Newspaper

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / August 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

 

The newspaper visited the designer in NYC to talk about his upcoming visit to Colombia.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

 

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.

26 Aug

Edwing D’Angelo Interview/Coverage by RCN Radio

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / August 26, 2015 / 0 Comments

After designer Edwing D’Angelo’s triumphant presentation of his SS16 women’s and men’s collection titled “LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITE, MODERNITÉ” on Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Colegio Nuevo Gimnasio in the chicest area of Bogota, in his native country of Colombia.   The presentation had 500+ attendees among them national and international celebrities, socialites, top tier press, magazine editors and fashionistas.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.  After the show, the whole team traveled to the Atlantic coastal city of Cartagena de India, where they met 150 AfroColombians youth students, from the project ACCESO which is in part sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and USAID. D’Angelo, Sessile, Memsor, artist Ryan B. Anthony and Marielle Bobo of Ebony magazine had the opportunity to give them a moving and emotional chat of empowerment, “I’m one of you, I know how it feels to live in need…” opened D’Angelo.

19 Aug

Edwing D’Angelo Interviewed by Publimetro Newspaper

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / August 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

The designer was interviewed about his upcoming visit to Colombia.

Edwing D’Angelo was invited by Henkel in association with USAID to be part of the SomosColor runway and #rutadelainclusion, which is a national campaign to promote social, political and economical equality to AfroColombians and indigineous people. “I was so excited when I got the invitation and it was natural for me to be part of it because I am a black Colombian and this campaign is music to my heart. …Giving back to my community is a moral priority to me. I designed the collection inspired by the color palette of the High Power Browns of Schwartzkopt which were also launched during the presentation,” adds D’Angelo.

The show opened with supermodel, Sessile Lopez, who was invited by the fashion designer as his international muse and styled by the one and only fashion stylist/editor Memsor Kamarake, whom were two of the international guests who accompanied D’Angelo. There was a live performance during the show by the sensational Grammy nominee Latin band Chocquitown.

22 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo Coverage of His SS15 by Fucsia Magazine

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 22, 2014 / 0 Comments
14 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo on Fox News NYFW S/S 2014

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 14, 2013 / 0 Comments
13 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo on Fox News Latino NYFW S/S 2014

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 13, 2013 / 0 Comments
12 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo on The Daily News NYFW S/S 2014

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 12, 2013 / 0 Comments
12 Sep

Edwing D’Angelo on Fox News Latino (Spanish) NYFW S/S 2014

In Press by dangelo@edwingdangelo.com / September 12, 2013 / 0 Comments