Noe Bernacelli kicks off LA Fashion Week with haute couture
By Dale Arden Chong
Oct 9, 2019
After New York, London, Milan, and Paris, there’s Los Angeles. The City of Angels kicked off its Spring/Summer 2020 Fashion Week on Oct. 8 at the Petersen Automotive Museum. This year’s theme focuses on “Cars and Fashion,” using the Automotive Museum, along with its iconic cars, as the backdrop for fashion shows.
Featuring up-and-coming emerging fashion designers from around the LAFW S/S 2020 opened with a show filled with dresses, evening gowns, suits, and more by Noe Bernacelli, a young designer dubbed as the “Peruvian Valentino,” according to the emcee of the night.
With a collection of delicately beaded gowns, beautifully flowing silks, intricately embroidered imagery, and more, Bernacelli’s Spring/Summer 2020 show kicks off LA Fashion Week on a high note.
LA Fashion Week also celebrated its launch with an evening featuring select designers such as Paris Yin, a luxury handbag designer, Korean shoe label Lower, and others.
More images of Noe Bernacelli’s full presentation to come.
Images: Dale Arden Chong