Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) November 01, 2014
Jason Ryan stole the show at last week's Metropolitan Fashion Week and one thing is clear, Los Angeles is in love. At the garden oasis of Greystone Mansion, guests sat in awe of Ryan’s monotone avant-garde collection. Opera singer Nicolette Holman opened the show with a haunting voice that perfectly represented the theme of Jason Ryan’s collection. The designer debuted 10 menswear and 7 womenswear pieces from his collection Resentment. Run. Evil. In the dramatic presentation, all the models wore pale body suits covering them from head to toe and ornate headpieces that sat as crowns on their heads. All eyes were locked on the runway, and as the finale gown made its way down, the entire audience was under Jason Ryan’s spell. As the favorite of Los Angeles fashion week, it is clear the designer has made his mark on the fashion community, and all doors are now open.
Jason Ryan features masterfully created ready-to-wear and avant-garde high end menswear. Each collection is highly stylized and driven by a strong central theme. The designs are known for their impeccable artistry and thoughtful embellishment. Often full of high-drama, the meticulous detailing and innovative structures of the designs create an encompassing sensory experience. The current 2014 Holiday Collection, Resentment.Run.Evil, features several womenswear pieces showcasing a feminine edge.
Avant-garde menswear designer, Jason Ryan has rapidly gained attention as one of the most watched breakout designers of the season. His namesake brand, JASON RYAN debuted on the runway with his Fall 2014 Collection “Love, Corrida”--matador inspired menswear featuring heavy silk satins, metallic mesh, leather and fur. Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Ryan studied at Pratt and FIT, before graduating with a BFA from American InterContinental University. The talented designer gained years of experience working for companies such as Disney, Bebe, and DreamWorks.
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