Celebrity Fashion Designer Malan Breton Debuts Designs Inspired by the Iconic Fancy Feast Cat at STYLE360 New York Fashion Week
From colorful and retro feline patterns to the classic cat-eye, the cat is today’s fashion muse. To celebrate cat-inspired fashion, Fancy Feast® Gourmet Cat Food and celebrity fashion designer Malan Breton partnered to create an unforgettable runway show at STYLE360 New York Fashion Week. STYLE360 is a multi-day fashion and entertainment environment providing opportunities for fashion designers and brands to collaborate and come face-to-face with industry tastemakers, celebrities, media, and consumers during New York Fashion Week in September and February. For the past 14 seasons, STYLE360’s accessible schedule of events offers runway shows, daytime exhibits, press conferences, product demonstrations, and after-parties that create an unprecedented amount of media buzz for all parties involved.
Known for drawing inspiration from the latest design trends and fashion influences, Breton created three looks for his Spring/Summer 2014 collection based on the style, look and timeless beauty of the iconic Fancy Feast cat, a beautiful Silver Chinchilla Persian. The unmistakable, stunning beauty of the cat motivated him to showcase new design styles that unite people’s love of fashion and cats.
“Fancy Feast enjoys sharing cat-inspired fashion with its fans,” said Courtney Louch, Fancy Feast Assistant Brand Manager. “Partnering with Malan Breton at STYLE360 has given us the opportunity to bring cat fashion trends and looks to life for our passionate fans to experience.”
Novelty details from Breton’s collection include a classically elegant black and white suit, inspired by the strength and all-knowing wisdom of the feline; a sexy and youthful knee-length dress inspired by the soft and gentle loving spirit of the cat; and a gown with a 17-foot long train, reminiscent of the unconditional love, loyalty, beauty and friendship one receives from her cat.
For event highlights and additional cat-centric fashion ideas and tips to use and share, please visit www.Facebook.com/FancyFeast. For more information on how to purchase Breton’s cat-inspired pieces and the rest of his collection, please visit www.MalanBreton.com.