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Zang Toi showed his latest fall collection at El Paseo Fashion Week.  The show opened with a gorgeous baby blue flowy chiffon dress and then transitioned into a fete of gowns with vibrant emerald green.  It’s almost as if the collection was inspired by the Emerald City of the Wizard of Oz with Glenda the good witch opening the show.  After the green collection, gorgeous ruby red and maroon pieces were shown on the runway.

ZANG TOI is a renowned Fashion Designer who has built a tradition of elegance for over 20 years. Coming from humble beginnings, Zang was born and raised in a small village, Kuala Krai in Kelantan, Malaysia. He was the youngest of seven children of a local grocer. Zang landed in New York City at the age of 20 where he studied at the distinguished Parsons School of Design. In August 1989, he opened his atelier and soon after, U.S Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour featured Zang in March 1990 issue and was one of the first Asian designers championed by the renowned editor. In 1990, Zang was awarded the Mouton Cadet Young Designer of the Year which recognizes the top, young, U.S. designer of the year. In a Newsday article published in 1991, Frank De Caro enthusiastically noted of the Malaysian-born designer and his success, “If anyone is THE NEXT BIG THING, it’s him.” (Newsday, New York, 29 April 1991).

 

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