Tamara Pogosian’s show featured Emmy Nominated Actress, Leven Rambin, who opened and closed the show wearing selected looks from the collection. The Tamara Pogosian Collection features young, sexy, elegant and luxurious dramatic combinations of color and texture with creative detail. Tamara Pogosian
In honor of September 11th, Tamara Pogosian’s show benefited Tuesday’s Children, a nonprofit service organization that has made a long-term commitment to every child who lost a parent on 9/11 by providing a wide-range of programming from mentoring, to advocacy for children, to next step and leadership for adults. Donations can be made by visiting www.tuesdayschildern.org/events and clicking on the Tamara Pogosian fashion Show icon.
“I’m extremely excited and honored that my collection has been chosen to grace the runway at Olympus Fashion Week. The Spring 2007 collection features 12 looks for men and 38 looks for women, geared toward the style conscious individual,” Pogosian said. “It is with great respect that I am also working with non-profit organization Tuesday’s Children to dedicate this season’s show to those children who so unfortunately lost a parent on 9/11.”
The Tamara Pogosian Spring 2007 collection features a mixture of 40's pre-war and early 70's influences with a taste of French attitude. This season you can expect to see flirty, elegant and classic ready-to-wear, daytime-to-evening dresses and couture gowns for women. The men’s collection carries free, transformed textured fantasy ties, suits that can be mixed and styled with existing pieces, keeping in mind the classic style and luxury elements found only in Tamara Pogosian’s line. Special attention has been paid to create the color palette for the Spring 2007 collection, from earth tones to bright, vivid hues with flowing, bold prints.
About Tamara Pogosian:
Tamara began working in the fashion industry in 1998, strategically delving into all aspects of the business, including design, product development, production and sales. While working as a freelance designer in women’s and men's apparel, she was inspired to create her own collection, which debuted in 2002. Strength, beauty and love are Tamara's primary sources of inspiration. Her travels through Eastern Europe, and her admiration for architecture, music, theater, film and the power of human individuality are evident in her creativity.
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