New York Fashion Week S. MOJAVI Round Table Dinner at Carbone!

SAÏNT MOJAVÏ hosted an exclusive round table dinner at the infamous Italian restaurant Carbone in the heart of Greenwich Village during New York Fashion Week 2019. Fashion influencers, editors and celebrity stylists were wined and dined while all wearing the brands summer collection with the Owner & Designer of SAÏNT MOJAVÏ, Teresa Pinedo.

Topic of discussions ranged from New York Fashion Week trends, the environment and sustainable brands, to love-life and dating in the big city! "The dinner was very intimate" shares the designer Teresa. "We wanted no more then 7-8 guest in total attendance, its more personal this way and I was really able to speak with everyone in depth" she continues. NY blogger and activist Thania Peck who was seated at the table wearing the Atlas Silk Chiffon Tunic and Safi Mini Skirt in Lilac, shared with everyone information about her UN Youth Non-Profit program on sustainability in fashion and the beauty industry. Thania helps to amplify youth voices and spur action on the UN 2030 Agenda. 

As pasta pomodoro and lobster ravioli were passed around, the round table discussion took a turn to love-life and dating in the city. Canadian fashion blogger Emily Luciano who was seated wearing the Maharaja Wrap-Dress in a sand-washed silk shared her experiences of being a single lady while channeling her inner Carrie Bradshaw from the hit TV show "Sex in the City". Meanwhile Australian IG blogger Charlotte Bridgeman talks about her big engagement, the proposal and all the wedding dress details for her big day!

The nostalgic Italian decor complimented the vibrant colors everyone was wearing at the table; from matcha-green silk to lilac chiffon. As the four hour dinner concluded, celebrity stylist Brittney Theodora wearing the Cairo Drape-Front Top and Racers Pants in silk, suggested to keep the night going by dancing to 80's disco music at a NYFW after party! 



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