Mary Martin Fashion Designer + MML

Beyond the Veil | The In Crowd

In haute couture it is called “le mouvement”. In Afrobeats it is called “workin it”. Combine the two and what do you get? A piece of Mary Martin London. Everyone wants a piece of Mary these days. Heather Small, yeah lead singer of M People, got more than a piece when she posed in an MML powder blue puff ball skirt and skin tight power purple top. Yeah baby! Take a Mary Martin Fashion Show. Take two. Take it or love it. For a moment, a golden moment, a catwalk moment, fashion is frozen by the blinking shutter of a lens. Then the model more than struts her stuff. She dances. Rhythm has a dancer designer. It’s not a boast when Mary declares, “I’m a fashion artist!” There are more shades on a Mary Martin London front row than brise soleil on a Ralph Erskine development.

“Amazing! I love the articles and the images are fab! Thank you so much for all of you* coming down to the shows. We like to have fun and it’s such a celebration of African fashion, so thank you for your kind words. Come again next year!” So says Anna Marie Benedict, Press Director of Africa Fashion Week London. Yeah but what about the designer? “Mary is such a credit to her creative inspirations. She’s an amazing designer and we love having her every year.” Pieces of the present.

*Lavender’s Blue – we like to work it

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2 Responses to Mary Martin Fashion Designer + MML

  1. Janice Porter says:

    A celebration of art/fashion/design and above all fun !

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Definitely all of those things and more!

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