Nancy Tran unveiled her Spring/Summer 2020 Collection, “The Power of Feminity”, during the recent New York Fashion Week with an array of dresses, career-wear ensembles and separates, day and evening gowns. Nancy says that that collection is an ode to the power of feminity, adding, “we’re living in interesting times, when female empowerment merits more education, as it assumes more visible importance, while still being a point of controversy”. With these pieces, Nancy underscores how modern women can and should authentically express their feminity to realize their limitless potential. “My designs are created for all women-from avid fashionistas, corporate executives to bon vivants and homemakers-as a celebration of personal style and confidence in their choices, as expressed with dignity and grace. That is the essence of a woman’s power”.
Amongst the guests, Susan Heyward of “Orange is the New Black”, Camille Hyde of the CW’s “Katy Keene”, Spencer Grammar of “Rick & Morty”, and Jaime Lee Kirchner of “Bull” sat front row.
For this collection, Nancy showed timeless styles in both tailored and draped silhouettes with luxurious details including floral applique buttons and embroideries. Floral motifs add a refreshing air of Spring, while stripes and large prints give some of the pieces a jolt of boldness. Crafted in fine lace, chiffon, linen, jacquard and novelty fabrics, they provide a wealth of choices for everyday wear to premieres, red carpet galas, weddings and other personal events. Underscoring the collection’s theme, the showing drew the Wells Fargo’s Corporate & Investment Banking Women in Leadership Summit as special guests. The occasion also served as the introduction of the label’s partnership with the non-profit organization, “Friends of the Disabled”, founded by Nancy’s father in 2010. The organization provides funding and free medical treatments to disadvantaged individuals and children living with long-term illnesses. As of 2019, ”Friends of the Disabled”, has funded over 3,000 life-threatening heart operations, eye-related surgeries, donated thousands of dollars to St. Jude Children’s Research hospital, funded medical supplies and medical treatments to thousands of orphanages throughout Vietnam. Nancy Tran Studio will be allocating a portion of the profits from its sales to “Friends of the Disabled”.