GUESS Nashville’s Most Wanted Party
MHB’s Jiayeen and I headed down to Pavilion on 10 October 2015 for the GUESS Nashville’s Most Wanted Party which was the launch of the GUESS Nashville’s Fall 2014 Collection in Malaysia. The Nashville-inspired party was held in celebration of the latest Fall 2014 Collection which took inspiration from the authentic America soul of Nashville – the root of GUESS.
The first theme of the fashion show began with Nashville, the center of music, where country meets rock n’ roll. This was followed by “The Show” which was filled with bold, sexy and iconic GUESS influences. The journey to Nashville ended with the “On the Road” collection, which represented the authenticity and denim heritage of the GUESS brand.
The event was attended by GUESS List VIPs, special guests and celebrities, dressed according to the style and ruggedness of Nashville’s Cowboy and Cowgirl – denim jeans, western shirts, leather belts, cowboy hats, boots, and I even brought my “toy” shotgun and 6-shooter pistols along as props (something which attracted a lot of female attention as many girls wanted to hold my guns).
Ten Caucasian models showcased GUESS outfits from the Fall 2014 Collection, and the fashion show was followed by a live band performance by The Dotter’s Division.
There was also a special showcase of exclusive collaboration between GUESS and local artists and designers i.e. Kittie Yiyi, Malaya Breed and The Extra Piece whereby GUESS denim merchandises were transformed into exclusive limited edition pieces which are available for auction. Proceeds from the sales of these limited edition merchandises will be channelled to a charity organization of the artist or designer. All the merchandise are now on display in GUESS Pavilion KL until end of October.
Jiayeen and I actually dressed up for this event. Thanks to Kelvin Sng for helping to snap some pics of me.
We were treated to a fashion show.
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More info at www.guess.com
Photo credits: Kelvin Sng Photography and author’s own