Ruben Singer Spring/Summer 17 Presentation


New York is a city to fall in love. And it’s never more true than when you’re in New York for NYFW.

This season, one of the most stunning presentations came from Ruben Singer. Making his mark by designing for such trend-setting fashionistas as Shakira, Alicia Keys and, in an epic turn, for Queen Bey herself in the 2013 Superbowl.


Working under the tutelage of no less than Oscar de la Renta, the thirty-eight-year-old designer launched his own eponymous label in 2007 and has since presented in NYFW numerous times.

The upcoming Spring/Summer 2017 collection was aptly titled ‘Into the Deep.’ According to the designer himself, he was inspired, or rather “enraptured” by “the depth and vast expanse of the universe… I wanted to create a collection that captures this otherworldliness and the galactic beauty that lives in my mind’s eye. ‘Into the deep’ is an exploration of new proportions, new materials and a voyage to a new world.”


And that new world, quite frankly, needs to get in my closet ASAP. While I was crushing on a few, quite frankly. His supernova satin chiffon bell sleeve mini-dress is a perfect, very wearable dress for a fun Saturday night out in Los Angeles. Flirty, with a playful disco vibe and nod to the 70s, this is a dress that can be worn

Also stunning for a gala event, or a glam wedding, is the satin print in a strapless gown with sweetheart neckline.

For an out-of-this-world look, or one that Beyoncé could totally rock, check out the Galaxy printed georgette gown with liquid detail and sleeves. For a look of a galaxy closer to home and not so far away, check out the minidress with more sculpted detail.


Which ones will be your spring fashion faves???

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