DISCO INFERNO

Back in the day, things really started rolling around midnight at Studio 54 in New York. Keeping that in mind, fashion designer Merlin Castell presented dazzling styles at MGM Grand’s nightclub Studio 54 as the clock struck 12. Models, who started their journey on the red carpet, strutted down the runway donning flowing garments made of French silks embellished with sequin overlays. Their gowns featured magnificent starburst patterns and brilliant colors that moved with the disco music. The new looks, which are not available in Castell’s regular collection, were designed specifically for Studio 54. For more information, visit www.merlincastell.com.

GREGAN WINGERT/REVIEW-JOURNAL

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