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Charles Dieujuste Presents: CCDSL- Fall/Winter 2013 Collection


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Charles Dieujuste presented his the CCDSL Fall/Winter 2013 collection at Sun Studios on February 6, 2013. The fashion presentation also highlighted the efforts of Community2Community to complete their first initiative, a water treatment system in Petit Goâve, Haiti.

The collection was Inspired by femme fatale, and emphasized the dominance of femininity i.e. Veronica Lake. Charles took a different approach from the usual “pop of color” from past collections and chose to use all black with along with two key cutout white gowns. Charles used silk, jersey, and lace textiles with lots of high strategically placed slits to heighten the allure and feel of the femme fatale aesthetic. Ramona Rizzo was in attendance to lend her support to the brand and help Community2Community spread the word about the water initiative.

As CCDSL presented its first stand alone fashion presentation, hosted at Sun Studios with passed hors d’œuvre and wine provided LIQNY, Miss B Catering, Synderella Cakes. Attendees enjoyed an evening of fashion, food, and getting involved with the works of non-profits like Community2community by supporting the less fortunate and spreading the word of “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and he will eat for a life time.”

WHERE: Sun Studios NYC

628 Broadway New York, NY 10012


LIQNY : Beverage Sponsor

Miss B catering

Synderella Cakes

WHO: Charles C Dieujuste

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