Sebastian Grey Presents 2020 “Lineage” Collection for New York Fashion Week Debut

Designer Jhoan Sebastian Grey presented the spectacular Sebastian Grey Fall/Winter 2020 ready-to-wear collection during this February season of New York Fashion Week in partnership with the Fashion for a Cause Foundation. The Season 17 Project Runway winner unveiled the colorful “Lineage” collection in this lovely NYFW debut, which pays homage to his Colombian heritage.
A luxurious use of sheen throughout the collection gives many of the vibrant garments – done in red, turquoise, green, and dusty lilac colorways – an edgy, nearly-metallic finish. The use of texture and material gives the monochromatically-presented outfits a daring and modern finish.
Sebastian Gray Fall/Winter 2020
“Grey’s signature style envelopes the body in precisely constructed quilted silks and hand-woven leather,” according to a post-show press release. “Born in Cali, Colombia, Sebastian Grey started working in his family’s leather business. At age 8 he enrolled in Incolballet, a fine arts school, and was inspired by his time studying ballet and observing the way costumes were constructed to handle movement.”

Click through the gallery below to view photos from the Sebastian Grey Fall/Winter 2020 ready-to-wear show from New York Fashion Week.

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All images Elizabeth Pantaleo for NOWFASHION via The Fashion for a Cause Foundation


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