The Halston name has a long history in American culture. Roy Halston Frowick, the man behind this brand designed his first ready-to-wear line in 1966. The company then began to win fashion awards year after year, and he was even called the Best Designer in All of the Americas by Newsweek magazine in 1972. Since then, Halston designs have been strongly connected to the Studio 54 era and in 2009, they launched their diffusion line, Halston Heritage. We love the retro-meets-modern vibe of these pieces, but we aren’t the only ones!
Many celebrities can be spotted wearing the Halston Heritage line and looking fabulous. Gisele Bundchen went sleek and chic with a one-shoulder ruched dress and layered it with a black blazer. Britney Spears looked brilliant in a dove gray sequin halter dress. Jordin Sparks showed off her figure with a black, racerback gown. And let’s not forget about Anna Kendrick who went with an asymmetrical, yellow dress. With all these celebrities choosing to wear this well-known brand, you know that it is something that you should look into as well.
Even fashion editors can’t get enough of Halston Heritage designs. Publications such as Marie Claire magazine, InStyle magazine, Cosmopolitan magazine, W magazine and Glamour magazine have all featured it. They know that these collections are a must for every woman’s wardrobe. For a night out on the town, get a sexy mini-dress that clings to your curves. Their long gowns with pretty drapes are fantastic for formal events where you want to turn heads. When you purchase one of their items, you know that you are getting a investment item that you will want to wear all of the time. Not only that, but you are adding a piece of American history and culture into your closet as well. There aren’t many labels that you can say that about.