Fashion Label Mister Triple X is celebrating its 10th Season Anniversary in a big way by closing out New York and Los Angeles Fashion Week and engaging in a world tour that has taken the industry by storm. The Fashion Week season started in February for the brand when they debuted the FW/18 collection titled “World War X” to a packed house at New York Fashion Week. Mister Triple X chose a military inspired collection to reflect the journey designer Erik Rosete has experienced in his 5 years as creative director of the fashion label. “World War X embodies our struggle in life and our drive to fight for what we believe in” says Rosete. The designer known for his stylistic story telling through fashion has set himself apart by reflecting his personal journey through the collections he creates.
February 2018 marked the 10th season collection by the label and featured bold camouflage inspired garments paired with gunmetal gold sillouests. The brand was the closing presentation at NYFW.net and featured celebrity guest models Miss Costa Rica Karina Ramos, Fitness Supermodel Jeff Seid, Growing up supermodel star Arissa LeBrock, The Castillo Twins, Marc Copolla, Juliet Jane, and Sandro Yves to name a few. The show featured a grand finale with models adorned in gas masks and eye candy that would make any fashionista excited.
Immediately following the show, the edgy street wear brand staged an apparent takeover at the 30th Anniversary special Univision Awards at Miami‘s American Airlines Arena! TV Presenter Pamela Silva Conde (@pamelasilvatv) wore Mister Triple X to host the opening interviews for TV show Primer Impacto. Meanwhile, pop singer Luis Coronel (@luiscoronelmusic) wore a Mister Triple X suit on the red carpet, and to announce the awards, and won Best Dressed of the entire event! Finally, a Grand Finale with Olga Tanon (@olgatanonofficial) singing with Latin pop sensation Chyno Miranda (@chynomiranda) also rocked Mister Triple X to end the event!
Next on the Fashion Tour was the finale of Los Angeles Fashion Week where the label celebrated 10 seasons of coolness with over 3000 guests in attendance. The show did not disappoint and was one of the many highlights of www.LosAngelesFashionWeek.com and featured celebrity guests and talent on and off the runway. Designer Erik Rosete was presented with a surprise special recognition by his colleagues and was immortalized in Pop Art by artist Sham Ibrahim.
The brand will be headed to the Latin Billboard awards and to headline Serbia Fashion Week later this month and to receive an award by the European Fashion Council. This will mark the final stop on the “World War X” tour and will serve as a preview to the brands next collection to debut at Miami Swim Week and as a continuation of the military inspired theme, which will be reflected in the brands edgy resort/swim 2019 collection.