Project Runway designer Korto Momolu presented her SS18 collection at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) on September 8th in Manhattan, New York. Inspired by her African roots, this Liberian-born fashion designer and stylist is no stranger to the fashion industry. Korto has been featured in many international and national publications and has appeared on numerous television shows, including two seasons of Project Runway AllStars.
Korto Momolu’s collection takes a whimsical walk down many pathways that lead to gardens of floral fantasies and light soft walkways, leading to a color way of bliss. Light mints, metallic shimmers and touches of sparkle will reignite the love for the runway as she returns to NYFW. Inspired by her African roots, Liberian-born fashion designer and stylist Korto Momolu is stamping her global brand on fashion forward women’s wear and accessories that celebrate the essence of her rich heritage through the use of traditional, luxury fabrics; skins; mixed prints, etc. She is definitely setting new trends for the season!
During the New York Fashion week, industry giant, Wella Professionals was announced as the hair sponsor, while a new cosmetic beauty line from Corps d’Elite, based in Washington, DC was made the official makeup sponsor and design team. “I’m honored and thrilled to introduce Corps d’Elite Beauty to New York Fashion Week. My team and I are super excited to bring visions to life,” states Shun Pittman, owner. “Corps d’Elite Beauty was created to offer a dynamic assortment of makeup using the finest pigments and quality ingredients for all skin shades and tones.”
A high note on this, Christina Cooper was featured as one of the runway model for Korto's NYFW SS18 Collection.
Credits: Photographed by Nina Babel