Naomi Campbell is a legend. The glamorous, talented, Supermodel with a tinge of spice has just launched her own show, The Face on Oxygen. During one of the first episodes whilst the fabulous Patrick Demarchelier photographed the teams of Coco Rocha, Karolina Kurkova and Naomi Campbell’s competed in their first photoshoot. We at Cha Studio love fashion, geez, our owner is a Model so we know the biz. So extatic that one of our pieces, the only headpiece of the whole shoot made the cut. Adorned on Margaux representing Team Coco is our Lamiaceae headband, she also wore a Phillip Lim outfit and we just heart her! Check out some of the awesome stills from the show.
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Join us in Soho this weekend, the 17th &18th from 12-6pm @ 82 Mercer for a fun filled festive celebration exhibiting B.Gold’s Pop-Up Shop featuring a preview of Cha Studio adornments & hats!
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Here is a lil chart I came across…Learn your settings and adjust accordingly.
A few of these were taken as the models lined up backstage right before they ROCK the Cha Hats! PR@Partners did the fab hair and all the while using Phyto Hair Products.
Above is a picture of myself and Co-Founder Michael Dumlao in the Press Room before the Fashion Show began.
Pamela Sorensen of Pamela’s Punch interviewed me on the red carpet.
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— Chandra Anderson of Cha Studio. An architect by training, Anderson applies architectural techniques into the hats she designs. Though Anderson’s entreprenurial streak began to emerge at age 13 when she started her own jewelry business, her commitment to the fashion world came from being in the Right Place (New York City) at the Right Time (Fashion Week) with a product that people wanted. Anderson jokingly refers to herself as the “stimulus package” Michigan needs. Depending on her prices I might have her make a hat for my mother for her birthday.
Posted by James David Dickson (The Detroit News)
These gorgeous, sculptural hats from Cha by Chandra are right on the money. They playfully hint at the designer’s architectural training (acquired at Howard) and are vintage-inspired without being terribly familiar, modern without affectation.