Brady Lange & Hello Eliza – Backstage

Fashion
Words and Photographs by Nicholas Peter Wilson

Backstage was fun. The hustle and bustle of models and designers prepping for the show. Final fittings, makeup touch-ups, and lots of hair extensions. It was a pretty intimate backstage experience. I try my best to stay out everyone’s way to maintain a fly on the wall standpoint. Brady’s collections read super well to the audience. It is a very wearable and accessible collection full of fun colors and pieces. It was a glittery and fun show full of happy faces. A+ in my book.

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The night’s other standout was Hello Eliza. Below are are few favorite looks from her collection, which opened the show.

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More of Nicholas Peter Wilson’s work on his website.

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