Hu’s Wear welcomes Houston, Texas native Caycee Black, a fashion designer with a penchant for ballet. After graduating from Parsons and designing for Anna Sui and TIBI, Caycee is launching her own label, Caycee Black, with a capsule collection titled “This Elusive Muse.” Marlene Hu Adalba will be introducing Caycee Black at Hu’s Wear (2906 M Street, NW) this Thursday, September 17 from 6:30 – 8:30pm to meet the designer and preview her A/W 09 collection.
Space is very limited so you must RSVP early in order to attend this event. RSVP to email@example.com or call (301) 229-4883.
“This Elusive Muse,” is a collage of her influences from the past 50 years, and takes its name from the film about George Balanchine’s ballerina muse Suzanne Farrell. This inspiration represents the thematic cross-section of Black’s talents—an unconditional passion for ballet that can be seen in the line’s open-back tops and scooped necklines. Meanwhile, her painterly sensibilities come through in a shadowy color—palette ranging from black to grey and chrome—that is interrupted by saturated greenish blue and ’40s peacock colors. [JC Report]
CAYCEE BLACK FALL 2009 FILM from CAYCEE BLACK on Vimeo.