If there’s one thing that we love about a real good designer, it’s the fact that they design for a real good woman. Yes, we said it: real bodies, real curves, real hips, real busts, real sizes; we’re talkin’ some regular ole’ R-E-A-L.
While shopping the runways in Paris, New York, and Milan might be discouraging for those of us with curves, (if you got it, flaunt it!) fear no more, we've got a designer for you. Even though bigger names in the industry are the brands we tend to gravitate to, these notable names and designs don’t always hug and squeeze (read: flatter) in all the right places. So, what’s a girl to do?
Last Tuesday night, I was lucky enough to attend The Dana-Maxx label premiere party and private screening for their episode of “All On The Line.”
The Dana-Maxx label is an “advanced contemporary ready-to-wear collection”, according to the company’s website. It officially launched in 2007, and is known for always capturing true women ‘architectural’ silhouettes while having a chic, strong and edgy feel.
I had the pleasure of catching up with the designer herself, Dana-Maxx Pomerantz.