Following their success at Paris Fashion Week, G. Sonsie, a luxurious women’s clothing line designed for fashion-forward women who want to look stunning without forsaking comfort, is launching their latest collaboration with Japanese-born designer Kentaro Kameyama.
Kameyama made waves on Lifetime Television’s Project Runway in 2017, and eventually took home the top prize with his understated designs that are set apart by their unexpected and whimsical flair. Kameyama is a classically trained pianist with an extensive education in music and notes that his musical expertise is a crucial device in conceptualizing his designs, which are often inspired by the dynamism of classical music. In the past, he has even composed the music for his own runway shows, the mark of a true auteur.
Both Kameyama and G. Sonsie are based in Los Angeles’ Fashion District. Their latest ready to wear line will feature apparel crafted from sumptuous silk and cashmere fabrics in versatile designs that can serve double duty as swimsuit covers and evening attire. Don’t be caught off guard when your day by the pool turns into a night out. Kameyama’s flowing designs constructed from lush silks and sensuous cashmere are perfect to throw over all sorts of ensembles.
The high-quality material and attention to cut and design are sure to provide a piece of clothing that can follow you wherever you are. Whether you are constantly out and, on the go, or you like to spend your time at a more leisurely pace, the pieces from G. Sonsie and Kentaro Kameyama can add elegance and versatility to any lifestyle. With a variety of silhouettes to choose from, both flowing and curve-clinging, there are potential wardrobe staples for all types of body shapes and sizes.
As a testament to the already dynamic and versatile collections constructed by G. Sonsie and Kentaro Kameyama, the partners are set to launch a unisex underwear line under the moniker Bacteria Underwear this Spring.
Visit their website at
www.gsonsie.com to checkout their entire line of ready to wear cashmere, silk dresses, and bathing suit collections.