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Elegant Magazine focuses on creative minds from around the world. We feature the very best in talent and skill. We are a fashion, beauty, art, magazine who give people recognition of their work, whether they are student, semi-professional or professional. We scout out the newest and fresh faces.


Model - HAL

Stylist - Maria Montane

Photographer - Jason Chang

Fashion Designer - Isabella Bravo


Photographer – Sam Wallander

MUA – Misaki Ishihara

Stylist – Luana Rombola

Model – Maude Yedess, courtesy of RED Models

Fashion Designer – Isabella Bravo


Amazing Couture Wedding Gowns Designed by High School Students

From 180 sketches, the judges narrowed it down to five finalists, who then brought their creations to life with the help of small teams of fellow students, using fabric provided by Mori Lee.

Joining us on the judging panel were Mara Urshel, co-owner of Kleinfeld; Dorothy Silver, Director of Sales and Merchandising at Kleinfeld; bridal designer Henry Roth; Sandra Manning, instructor at the High School of Fashion Industries; and Robert di Mauro, founder of the Industry Partnership Program and Advisory Board Member at the High School of Fashion Industries. Before the final judging, students also met with a number of industry pros, including Kleinfeld's Mara Urshel, bridal designers Michelle Roth and Madeline Gardner, and Bridal Guide's editor-in-chief, Diane Forden.


Winner: Isabella Bravo
Isabella aimed to create an empowering gown that exudes elegance, romance, grandeur, and regality. Judges raved over the gown's perfect fit on the model, the hand-sewn lace appliques covering the skirt, and the volumous fit-and-flare shape.

The New York Times

Snap Sketch: Paris Fashion Week, Part 2

TUESDAY, OCT. 6, MORNING — Isabella Bravo and Moisés Samaniego, both fashion designers, spotted at the Champs-Élysées — Clemenceau station as they share a single métro ticket after attending the Chanel show. 


Illustration by Damien Florébert Cuypers

Isabella Bravo

For SwaggerVault, we reconnect with some of our favorite street style stars to get an update on how their lives have changed in 2015. Today we catch up with fashion design student/artist, Isabella Bravo.


La campaña de la No Violencia (Non-Violence) representa nuestro Fashion Editorial con las joyas hechas a base de balas y la escultura "Wrapped Gun" por Gina Raphaela, inspiradas en la vida de los mensajeros de paz y amor: Mahatma Ghandi y el Dalai Lama.

Photographer - Joel Martínez

Art Direction & Stylist - Moisés Álvarez Samaniego

Fashion Designer - Isabella Bravo

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