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Behind the scenes: VL x Cadet NY Men's Fashion Show Collaboration!

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For New York Men's Fashion Week, Vanessa Lianne had the privilege of collaborating with the brand Cadet for its spring/summer '17 collection runway show.

Cadet is New York's top Brooklyn-based menswear brand, known for its military inspired collection focusing on precision, quality, clean lines and innovative fabrications. Cadet founders Raul Arevalo and Brad Schmidt are CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists 2015, Design Entrepreneur NYC Winners 2015 and International Woolmark Prize US Nominee 2015/16.

The new SS17 collection is inspired by Rome and believe us when we say it is spectacular. It was an honor to collaborate with these very talented designers, and Vanessa Lianne Jewelry was the perfect compliment to their new collection.

For the show, models wore Zephyr Necklaces, Tavion Necklaces, Tavion Rings, Custom Tavion chokers and custom Tavion wrap bracelets. It was beyond inspiring (and a lot of fun) styling the models and getting to be part of such a beautiful show!

Here are some images from the show and behind the scenes. This collection doesn't come out until Spring 2017, but you can shop the jewelry right off the runway now!




Behind the Scenes: Styling the models before the show. 

Fitting the custom VL choker. 

Tavion Rings x Ink

Cobra studs to finish the look! Backstage at the show. 

 Styling day

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VL featured on one of our favorite blogs: Thank you EcoCult!

Posted by Vanessa Perel-Panar on

Last week, Vanessa Lianne was featured on one of our favorite blogs, EcoCult. If you don't already know and love this blog, you should definitely check it out! The editor -- Alden -- does an excellent job curating all things awesome, delicious, edgy, well-designed and fun in sustainability. We think she does it all beautifully!

Alden came by the VL studio and interviewed Vanessa for this wonderful post about our commitment to sustainability,  "Vanessa Lianne jewelry is for stylish chicks who care".  Thanks Ecocult!


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