HSN Announces New Fashion Programming For Spring 2014 With "The Fashion Edit" And "The List With Colleen Lopez"
--NEW SHOWS FEATURE FASHION AND BEAUTY LAUNCHES FROM BYRON LARS, CARMINDY, JOSE EBER AND CHRISTOS GARKINOS AND NEW STYLES FROM HSN DESIGNERS GIULIANA RANCIC, HAL RUBENSTEIN,IRIS APFEL, TWIGGY AND MORE --
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Entertainment and lifestyle retailer HSN continues to re-energize its seasonal offerings with " The Fashion Edit," the company's annual spring fashion series, February 13th through March 22nd. As part of the series, HSN will debut a curated assortment of beauty, fashion, accessories, and jewelry collections from some of the industry's most prominent style experts. BYRON Byron Larsand EUREKA by Christos Garkinoswill make its exclusive debut on HSN, as well as a new makeup line titled Carmindy & Co and innovative hair care tools from Jose Eber. "HSN's 'The Fashion Edit' is the ultimate shopping event, created to help our customer update her wardrobe for Spring," says Anne Martin-Vachon, Chief Merchandising Officer for HSN. "We've done all the leg work for her and paired together seasonal trends with classic essentials so she can walk out the door feeling confident and stylish." "The Fashion Edit" is HSN's latest spring fashion series during which the innovative retailer features the greatest trends and unique offerings of the season that includes a balanced mix of brands across all categories. The focus is on translating the trends and showcasing solutions so that women can achieve their own personalized style and know they are getting the most fashionable choices. Also launching this spring is "The List with Colleen Lopez" on March 20th and every Thursday night from 9 p.m. - 10 p.m. ET following HSN's highly popular "Beauty Report." As one of HSN's most trusted guides and curators, Colleen takes the guesswork out of style by curating her fashion, accessory and jewelry favorites, introducing exciting new brands and one-of-a-kind finds and proving that high style needn't mean high price. With over 20 years of industry experience, fashion veteran Bryon Lars will debut an HSN exclusive collection on February 27th. BYRON Byron Lars consists of form flattering dresses and crisp button down shirts, inspired by Byron's signature classic designs. Dressing the likes of Lady Michelle Obama, Natalie Portman, Taylor Swift, and Kim Kardashian in his higher priced line, now every woman can wear his designs with this new collection ranging from $69.90 to $119.90. Priding himself on quality, value, and finding something for every woman, "The Robin Hood of Fashion," Christos Garkinos is now launching EUREKA by Christos Garkinosexclusively with HSN on March 20th and 21 st. Christos' collection, which features knit peasant blouses, a column dress, and a Chanel-inspired cropped jacket were designed for women with real bodies. The styles are both daring and elegant, combining old Hollywood glamour with worldly decadence; ranging from $59.90 to $119.90. After her continued success as the resident What Not To Wear makeup artist, Carmindy announces the launch of her HSN exclusive beauty line, Carmindy & Co. The collection will premiere during HSN's weekly Beauty Report on Thursday, February 27th. Inspired by the women Carmindy has worked with throughout her career, she created products that will allow women to accentuate their strongest features so they look their best. Ranging from $32 to $59, the collection features a smoky eye palette, a 5 minute face kit, and a crayon lip trio. Arguably one of the most recognized hairstylists in the world, Beverly Hills-based stylist Jose Eber has had his hands in the hair of Hollywood's most beloved stars for four decades. On February 26th he will debut a brand new line of hair styling tools which range from $119 - $169, as well as a decadent line of products that range from $17.50 - $22 that will be exclusive to HSN and his salons around the country. On February 27th Jose will appear on the Beauty Report with Carmindy, where they will both be making over women from a live studio audience. The HSN Spring Fashion series will also feature new styles from established HSN designers and brands such as RJ Graziano, Fern Mallis, Steven by Steve Madden, Hal Rubenstein, Lancome, Benefit, OPI, Giuliana Rancic, Diane Gilman, Liz Lange, IMAN, PL by Padma Lakshmi, Iris Apfel and more. HSN will seamlessly merge its fashion and entertainment integration strategies with the launch of Kyle by Kyle Richardson February 25th. Following the successful opening of her acclaimed Beverly Hills boutique Kyle by Alene Too, the star of Bravo's hit reality TV series Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kyle Richardsis now launching an 8-piece collection exclusively with HSN. The line ranges from $69.90-$199.90. Inspired by her own upbringing in Beverly Hills, the collection is designed for a woman who, like Kyle, has a lifestyle that requires her to dress in both glamorous and easy looks. There are elements of beading, soft fabrics, and relaxed silhouettes that allow women to feel beautiful and confident. For show dates, times and to shop a special preview of the spring fashion collection at HSN now, visit HSN.com and join the conversation @HSN on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. About HSN HSN is a leading interactive entertainment and lifestyle retailer, offering a curated assortment of exclusive products and top brand names to its customers. HSN incorporates entertainment, inspiration, personalities and industry experts to provide an entirely unique shopping experience. At HSN, customers find exceptional selections in Health & Beauty, Jewelry, Home/Lifestyle, fashion/Accessories, and Electronics. HSN broadcasts live to 95 million households in the US in HD 24/7 and its website - hsn.com features more than 50,000 product videos. Mobile applications include HSN apps for iPad, iPhone and Android. HSN, founded 36 years ago as the first shopping network, is an operating segment of HSN, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSNI). For more information, please visit HSN.com, or follow @HSN on Facebook and Twitter. SOURCE HSN