Oxford Fashion Studio Show Recap: The Haley Manochi Spring/Summer 2020 Collection

The Haley Manochi Spring/Summer 2020 Collection was part of the Oxford Fashion Studio shows at Pier 59 Studios. For the show Haley Manochi, a Brooklyn based designer, showcased 6 looks for the collection, inspired by an American born dancer by the name of Loie Fuller.

Loie Fuller, a pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement of the late 1800’s, was known for her innovation in both dance and lighting effects that was revolutionary in the art world of Paris during the time. Loie Fuller’s vision and story have been extremely inspiring for this collection. The use of colored lighting on yards of white fabric created an illusion of the cloth changing colors as she danced.

Throughout the Haley Manochi show, it was apparent of the use of flowing light off white/ beige fabrics and the metallic fabrics in hues of rose gold.

Loie Fuller was a woman with a clear idea and passion that she followed without question. Her life and artistic vision are the inspiration for this SS20 collection and it is shown in the Haley Manochi Show.

To learn more about Haley Manochi please visit: https://www.haleymanochidesign.com/.

About the Designer: Haley Manochi

A native of Southern New Jersey, Haley Manochi was accepted into The Fashion Institute of Technology’s design program following high school. After she received her Associates Degree in New York, Haley opted to finish her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree abroad in Milan, Italy. Here, she took part in FIT’s study abroad program for 2 years and graduated in 2015. Haley then worked as a designer for a young street fashion brand in Milan for a year before returning to New York where she currently works as an Associate Designer. In 2018 she was presented with the opportunity to show a collection in New York Fashion Week. This will be Haley Manochi’s debut collection.