b. michael Spring 2010 Runway Show NY Fashion Week

No one does couture quite like New York designer b. michael, who presented a lavishly elegant spring 2010 collection to select industry luminaries at the famed Christie’s Auction House near Rockefeller Center.
ESSENCE.COM Sep, 17, 2009

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No one does couture quite like New York designer b. michael, who presented a lavishly elegant spring 2010 collection to select industry luminaries at the famed Christie’s Auction House near Rockefeller Center.

By Qianna Smith

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“The Young & the Restless” beauty Eva Marcille is no stranger to the runway. The former “Top Model” winner now prefers to sit front row rather than walk the catwalk.

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Daytime TV divas Victoria Rowell and Debbie Morgan have been avid supporters of b. michael for years and are all smiles at the his spring 2010 runway show.

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Famed Hollywood producer and former lawyer Debra Martin Chase, left, and Charles Simpson look serious about fashion while sitting front row at the show.

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The designer understands a woman’s body and creates clothing that is forever timeless. This rose combined with Coral frame-fitted dress with double-faced silk wool is the prefect look for a garden party.

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Get ready for a celebration wearing this champagne colored gown donning a fitted torso with bias draped train and tissue weight silk-wool.

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This stand-up collar dress with vintage silk canvas is great for both day and night.

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Model sports a multicolored deep neckline sheath complete with hand-embroidered threads and silk patches.

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Model wears canary brocade, swirl seamed sweep dress.

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It’s tea time wearing this lily white, front pleated dress with textured silk-brocade.

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Bianca from “America’s Next Top Model” wears a coleus leaf wine pleated back dress.

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New York Times fashion photographer and editor Bill Cunningham gets camera ready for the show.

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Designer b. michael chats with longtime muse Cicely Tyson, center, and Stephen Byrd about the successful collection.

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