SO2 (Part 2)
Chris Fox-Kelly

Over at Hudson...

Rock-blooded designer Samantha Black showcased her Spring/Summer Collection 'Racing Down Lovers' Lane' to an audience of influencers, actresses, and OG Sammy B fans. The Appleton Estate-sponsored event was held on Tuesday, September 12 at studio space Hudson Mercantile.

CREDITS

NYFW Samantha Black S|S Collection

Collection: Racing Down Lovers Lane

Show Creative Director: @Pynkgirlmm

Hair Partner: @kisscolorsandcare

Key Hairstylist: @hairbysusy

Show|After Party Partner: @appletonestateusa

Make-up: @Bts.stylingteam

Key lead MUA: @brithestylist

Show Stylist: @paigecgraham

Team SammyB: @lmchoi @Amjl12 @yourfavorite.girll

Photography: Chris Fox-Kelly, @cfkmedia

Show Dressers: @misahyltonfashionacademy

Models: @veronikkats @lilbbmomo @fanbanks

And...

Here's to the celebs who toted Brandon Blackwood NYC (BBNYC) bags as they made their way from show to show. Brandon Blackwood is the Jamaican-blooded designer who fronts the label.

Chris Fox-Kelly
Chris Fox-Kelly
The Sammy BNYFW presentation wrapped with designer Samantha Black (right) hitting the runway with model LaDonya Sierra. (Photo: IG/@samanthablacknyc)
American model Jordyn Woods was snapped heading to the La Pointe show clutching the Brandon Blackwood NYC Acrylic Vanity Clutch.
Model Karreuche Tran used Brandon Blackwood NYC Katya Sunglasses, Metal Mini Kendrick, and Blair Thigh High Boots to accessorise a Sami Miro Vintage dress during NYFW.

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