Designer Helen Yarmak presented her Fall/Winter 2019 collection on February 8th at her exclusive Penthouse showroom in the legendary Crown Building at 730 Fifth Avenue to kick off a busy New York Fashion Week.
More than 150 VIP’s and members of the press gathered to preview the exclusive collection which was styled by Helen’s team including Hillary Cooper. Models from True Model Management –including Whitney Schott, daughter of former Elite Model Management’s Christine Schott, wore a selection of the men’s and women’s’ ready-to-wear collection.
Helen Yarmak creations are considered “wearable art”, collected for enduring style and value. You will see rare sables, lustrous minks, sleek broadtail lambs, plush fox and more, in both classic and modern renderings, from her permanent collection. The Fall/Winter 2019 collection is inspired by Helen’s love of stars and believes, the darker the night, the brighter the stars in the sky. The Black Mood collection connotes luxury, beauty and mystery. It combines modern edginess and versatility with relaxed or fitted shapes that account for the demands of contemporary life. The Black Mood collection sets apart the Helen Yarmak jewelry collection with its stunning white and yellow diamonds, blue and pink sapphires, Paraiba tourmalines, as well as emerald and purplish blues tanzanite.
Sponsors for the event included Essentia water, Lunetta prosecco, Jetsmarter and PRIVE by Laurent D.
About Helen Yarmak
With a PhD in mathematics, Helen Yarmak combines precision and attention to detail with creative flair, exquisite design and dedication to the highest quality. Her luxurious fur collection, original jewels and accessories have dressed the fashion elite for decades. Helen Yarmak furs and jewelry have been featured in many iconic Hollywood movies and clients include numerous celebrities, such as Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and society elite around the globe. Helen Yarmak furs have been featured in “Empire”, “Sex and the City”, “Ugly Betty” and “The Devil Wears Prada” and many more films. The Helen Yarmak collections can be viewed at her flagships in Moscow, Milan, and New York.