Poise and elegance took over the Quinceanera.com fashion show

Alicia Garcia de Angela

Elegant, romantic and daring gowns do the runway at the Quinceanera.com fashion show

Four brands, among them the renowned bridal house, David’s Bridal, showcased their latest quinceanera and court collection at our most recent expo to an audience of more than two thousand people.

Poise, voluminous gowns and extravagance in color were the main topic at the Quinceanera.com Fashion show, presented by El Clasificado in Ontario, California.

This past September 25th, four designers came together to present their latest creations for quinceaneras and their courts. The prestigious brand, David’s Bridal showcased a classic collection in contrast with the less conventional approach from local designers such as Elegant Touch, RC Exclusive and Roxy’s Bridal.

The fashion show began with an original performance by the art, makeup and modeling school Riverside Training Center, which flaunted different looks reminiscing Venetia’s carnival, fairy tales and even Halloween. Makeup galore, hairdos and Sinaloa nail designs ascertain the creativity of these students.

David’s Bridal turn came next, where cleavage, rhinestones corsets and ruffled puff skirts highlighted the runway. Red, fuchsia and turquoise characterized the novelty touch of femininity and elegance of the collection. As part of the collection, white dresses, ideal for the classic quinceanera and original, classy cocktails dresses for the court girls were shown. Classic tuxedos and silver vest and tie ensembles with daring alternatives of fuchsia and blue were presented for guys in the court.

Elegant Touch, Ontario’s experienced brand, took over the second part of the fashion show with exuberant strapless straight voluminous dresses. The highlight of their collection were the amazing two tone dresses with daring red and black, fuchsia and purple and green turquoise combinations. Ruffled skirts and rhinestones corsets brought a fairy tale to the runway. The innovative factor, were the Venetian inspired masks corresponding to the carnival touch of Elegant Touch’s collection.

Now when it comes to presenting an exuberant collection, RC Exclusive Designs and the designer Raul Corona took over the fashion show.  Enormous ruffled dresses literally took over the entire runway captivation more than one teenage girl. “My favorite dress was the “two tone” blue and black,” said Jessica, who came all the way from Moreno Valley to the expo. Her friend, from Ontario, could not have agreed more, “that dress is the one I want for my Quince party.”

Original hairdos, oversized eyelashes and accessories such as “chandelier” earring and gloves added a bit more of sophistication to the collection that was indeed the most photographed by the attendees.

Roxy’s Bridal made a statement with their known slogan “Imagine it, we’ll design it”. Roxy herself, showcase white and ivory suits, colorful quinceanera dresses, animal print, sequins and Swarovski crystals as the latest tendencies for this season along with their Victorian style dresses.
Another breathtaking Victorian style dress was a blue pastel gown from Alana Maylyn’s collection.  The golden embroidered skirts and corsets where in charge of the closing part of this show.

Our next Quinceanera.com Expo and Fashion Show will take place again in San Diego the 16th of October.

The Quinceanera.com Expo and Fashion Show have been happening since 2006 in different cities throughout Southern California. We currently present five expos gathering around 10,000 attendees per year. For more information, please visit quinceanera.com or www.echispanicmedia.com.

Alicia Garcia de Angela

Author Alicia Garcia de Angela

Sr. Director of Content and Communications at Quinceanera.com & EC Hispanic Media. Find out more about me here. Google+

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