Emerging Star Gulsha Chereli Launches Her Own Label During NYFW

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Designer Gulsha Chereli launched her debut label “GULSHACHERELI” on Wednesday, September 12th at Nolcha Fashion Week in New York City.

GULSHACHERELI quickly became a favorite of many of the spectators as well as critics.

Designer Gulsha Chereli launched her debut label “GULSHACHERELI” on Wednesday, September 12th at Nolcha Fashion Week in New York City. Gulsha collection for Spring / Summer 2013 featured elegant and feminine outfits for sophisticated women with an edge. Her spring / summer collection features layers and textures that flatter women of many shapes and her smart construction appeals to sexy and confident women everywhere. GULSHACHERELI quickly became a favorite of many of the spectators as well as critics.

Born in Turkey, Gulsha studied fashion in Milan and New York City. She has worked with many international designers, and her own experiences traveling and growing up in different cities gives her a unique source of inspiration. Gulsha is most inspired by European architecture from the intricate shapes of Gaudi in Spain to the classic construction of old cathedrals in Italy. Gulsha uses these sources of inspiration and gives her designs a modern twist to speak to the women of today who are sophisticated and fearless in their fashion choices.

Her debut at Nolcha Fashion Week in New York City is only the beginning for this budding new designer. She hopes to develop an accessory and shoe line to compliment her intricate designs. To see more of her designs online go to http://www.gulshachereli.com.

Gulsha is based in New York City. Her designs will be available for purchase starting in April 2013.

For more information on Gulsha, please contact Eray Erdogan press (at) gulshachereli (dot) com.

Follow her on:
Facebook: facebook.com/Gulshachereli
Twitter: @gulshachereli

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