For Fall/Winter 2020, Flying Solo dominated Paris Fashion Week with a curated collection of over 20 designers from around the globe.
Steps away from the Arc de Triomphe, the presentation show offered something for everyone, from Les Merkai's glitzy bodysuits to Art Point’s avante garde accessories to Atelieria's delicately crafted gowns to Hiromi Asai's expertly crafted suiting.
Upon arrival, the space was full of eager fashion enthusiasts in support of their fellow creators. For the entire two-hour duration, the presentation gave attendees a glance at the creative potential and the upcoming trends from all around the world.
Since Flying Solo's inception 3 years ago, the curated fashion incubator, "has been giving designers opportunities for retail presence in their boutique in Soho, showroom representation for editorial and celebrity pulls and runway show opportunities during New York Fashion Week.
The brand has become an industry disruptor leading to praise from top media outlets from Vogue Italia to Elle covering designers."
More About Flying Solo
Founded by designers themselves, in just 3 years since opening, Flying Solo has proved to be one of the biggest fashion platforms launching the careers of many independent designers. It was created as a unique, curated fashion retail incubator and showroom operated by a selection of talented, independent designers. Consist of like-minded, creative and connected fashion professionals, its focus is to close the gap between designers and consumers while exposing collections to press and media.
For more information, visit Flying Solo’s flagship store at 434 West Broadway, “The Copper Room” at 76 Wooster St in New York City, or visit https://flyingsolo.nyc/. The digital home for Flying Solo is @flyingsolonyc across Instagram and Facebook.