Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Fashion Designer for Gwen Stefani, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Lil Kim, Foxy Brown, Shakira, Halle Berry..

...Hillary Duff, Mick Jagger, Liv Tyler, Christina Aguilera, Michael Jackson(THIS IS IT CONCERT) wear his fashion creations

Zaldy Goco, of Filipino descent and is one of the top and favorite New York fashion designers today.

Referred to as the stylist to the stars, a model and designer of his own line, Zaldy Goco is described as a self- invented creative genius and calming Swami-like character to even the most stressed celebrities seeking his sartorial services. He was the man behind Gwen Stefani's label LAMB, where he was originally a consultant on the line when it started in 2004 and became head designer in 2005.

Zaldy Goco started his career at a very young age. Her grandmother ran her own fashion school in the Philippines. He recalls spending hours with her.

Zaldy Goco finished in Parsons,Los Angeles and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Then after, Zaldy and makeup artist Mathu Anderson kick-started their career in fashion on the nightclub circuit where Suzanne Bartsch, an event producer knew him.

Zaldy Goco has been a part-time designer for the past decade, constructing one-of-a-kind, made-to-measure clothing for himself and the women in his world.

Zaldy exposed his creativity and talent with international cosmetic companies such as Donna Karan, Shiseido, MAC Cosmetics, Lady Miss Kier of Dee-Lite, and RuPaul.Apart from working with fashion icons and dressing global celebrities, many diverse women also enjoy wearing Zaldy's Collection and look to him for custom made, one of a kind pieces.

Zaldy first launched his eponymous line after he began custom-making clothes for clients such as Jennifer Lopez, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. More recently, he's styled Britney for the red carpet, Beyoncé for the cover of Vanity Fair and Mary J. Blige for her album The Breakthrough.

Always ahead of his time, Zaldy's designs adeptly fuse a grounded, direct aesthetic with the designer's glamorous night-time roots. “I thought about the diverse women in my life and what they would like to wear and own, whatever the occasion. I’m interested in creating strong pieces that remain approachable and non-threatening or overbearing. Easy and uncomplicated comfortable without being dull!”

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