Miss A Columnist

Elizabeth Logan Johnson is a Kansas City, MO native who graduated with a BA in Apparel Textiles and Marketing from Kansas State University. After graduation she moved to New York City to pursue her passion, dreams and lifelong addiction to couture. This glamorous, winding road eventually led her to LA where she currently resides.

Elizabeth has been actively involved and working within the fashion industry for 8 years. Her work experience ranges from fashion PR, styling, showroom management, and visual merchandising. She has had the honor of working with some of the most influential designers, stylists, and editors while also helping dress top celebrities for award shows, photo shoots and red carpet events.

Being surrounded by such creative, innovative and talented people over the years have proven to be an invaluable part to her success but proved disastrous to her shopping addiction.

When not attending fashion events you can usually find her shopping new trends in her favorite go-to Louboutin booties, scouring magazines and the web for the latest fashion and pop culture news, or re-creating Grace Coddington inspired Vogue-like photo shoots with her best friend.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014: Suboo

The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014 is officially underway. South Beach will be flooded with thousands of designers, celebrities, models, med­ia, including Miss A’s Fashion Editor, Brandy Sebastian,  to get a glimpse of the hottest new trends in swimwear. Long after the flashbulbs and excitement from the shows fade there are a few designers that will still be making a difference. At Miss A, we love discovering brands making a difference, and changing the world. Behind all the glitz and glamour we’re highlighting some of the designers who go beyond the bikini and are giving back through their charity work.

 

Suboo  +  CharityBuy

 

Suboo ( Photo Credit: Suboo Facebook)

Suboo ( Photo Credit: Suboo Facebook)


Sue Di Chio, owner of Suboo, is known for her unique take on swimwear, ready-to-wear and cocktail dresses. The feminine collections translate the complexity of high fashion into the everyday making them effortless and easy to wear.

How they’re making a difference:

Suboo has chosen a unique philanthropic way to get involved by giving you, the consumer, a way to donate to your favorite charity through CharityBuy. Every time you shop online with Suboo, 2.5% of your purchase will be contributed to your chosen charity. Now you can shop till you drop for your charity of choice!

Here’s Fashion Editor’s Brandy Sebastian’s favorite looks & thoughts  from last night’s runway  show.

Suboo Finale at MBFW in Miami ( Photo Credit Suboo)

Suboo Finale at MBFW in Miami ( Photo Credit Suboo)

First Words To Describe The Show: Strong, fearless, confident, daring Bond girl .

Favorite Looks:  Sleeves, sleeves and more sleeves please. The designer really knocked these looks out of the park.

Surprises: Sequin bikini bottoms ( can’t wait!)

Final Thoughts:  Bravo to designer Sue Di Chio for thinking outside the box and making swimwear to suit all shapes and sizes.

Suboo SS14 Collection at MBFW (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

Suboo SS14 Collection at MBFW (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

Suboo SS14 Collection at the Raleigh MBFW (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

Suboo SS14 Collection at the Raleigh MBFW (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

 

 

Suboo SS14 Collection at MBFW Swim (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

Suboo SS14 Collection at MBFW Swim (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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