StyleWeek Northeast: Nick Pini, Sarah Prost, Jonathan Joseph Peters

Saturday was the final night of shows for StyleWeek Northeast this season.


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Models in long blonde wigs and vintage-inspired dresses closed out StyleWeek Northeast Saturday night with shows by designers Nick Pini, Sarah Prost and Jonathan Joseph Peters. Here's a peek at each one: 

PINI, by Nick Pini: The recent grad from Massachusetts College of Art is inspired by audacious women, and his designs reflected that. His models strutted down the runway in feathery short shorts and dresses, accented by studded head pieces and shoe adornments by House of Cach.  

 

Yellow Clover by Sarah Prost: Veteran StyleWeek designer Prost's vintage-inspired skirts, dresses and tops mostly in designs in shades of yellow, dark green and black were pretty, but also incorporated an edge, with lots of sheer tops, cut-outs and embellishments.  

 

Jonathan Joseph Peters: The "Project Runway" veteran closed out StyleWeek Northeast for the season with a fun collection filled with pretty oranges mixed with red- and-black-checked tops and skirts.


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