April 24, 2001 New York
"My debut collection is about a new, modern take on black-tie dressing" she says."For example, I took the classic satin strip of men's tuxedo trousers and reworked it into a rose-puff bolero shrug." Other highlights include a dashing cashmere top paired with white sailor pants and a sexy one-sleeve cocktail dress that was painstakingly hand-beaded.
Whether it's a simple cotton crepe camisole, a stretch lace shirt or a sharp, masculine suit, Sarafpour invariably turns out modern, sophisticated clothes that already seem destined to withstand the test of time.