Dara Senders Paris Fashion Week FW19
Represented by The Riviere Agency.
Dara Senders became the first size inclusive fashion label to launch during Paris Fashion Week with its pretty in pink evening presentation showcasing sophisticated, contemporary looks on models of all colors, shapes, and sizes.
It was a pink party for all fashionistas complete with an uber Instagrammable poodle topiary named ‘Pickles.” Guests nibbled on bite sized miniature burgers and pink iced eclairs while they sipped champagne and watched the models flaunt a collection complete with everything from separates to chic cocktail dresses.
The designer created the collection focusing on manufacturing in Paris to ensure women of all shapes and sizes have access to chic and high-quality clothing. She felt there was a gap in the marketplace for size inclusive size clothing that is more than utilitarian or made cheaply, and Dara Senders made it her mission to close it. “Women of all shapes and sizes deserve gorgeous options that make them feel good and empowered” quipped Senders at the packed presentation.
Dara Senders: Paris FW19
Whether a size small or a 3XL, all women can feel confident that Dara Senders’ contemporary clothing pieces have been tailored to fit all women and their curves, petite or grande, short or tall. “This is not a plus size collection, but a collection to fit all women!” said the designer. Beautiful bell sleeved silhouettes and high-end embellishments and trims adorned each piece and will make wearers sassy, classy, fun, and most of all extraordinary.
About Dara Senders
Dara Senders, born in 1988 in New Jersey started her entrepreneurial career in fashion at the young age of 15; selling her hand-knitted scarves to those in her town and beyond. This lead to an invitation to New York Fashion Week where she gained the fondness of Fern Mallis who allowed Dara to be the first and only non-college student to volunteer at NYFW. During her education at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City she interned for Carmen Marc Valvo and Bill Blass in design, sales and public relations. She was also a corporate charitable fashion and entertainment event producer for many prominent charities in NYC. Dara received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Merchandising Management with a concentration in Product Development in 2012. Since then Dara has been heavily active and involved within the fashion industry as a fashion and lifestyle journalist, and accessories designer. You may recognize her as a fashion and lifestyle influencer from her blog “The Style Senders”. As a designer and influencer Dara has been featured in many prominent publications such as, Nylon Magazine, E!, Fox News, Refinery 29, WhoWhatWear, The Zoe Report, Glamour Germany, and MTV, to name a few. Dara’s devotion and love for the fashion industry is never ending which allows her creativity to constantly develop new and exciting ideas with an entrepreneurial spirit.