visceraF1005NEW YORK, Mar 13, 2010 / FW/ — Inspired by American Jazz Singer Sarah Vaughan and her performance dresses, the collection evokes the spirit of the 1920’s Flapper.

Utilizing silk, jersey and bridal fabrics in rich hues of chocolate, green and black, Sherita Jennings leads the flapper through a solitude of somber solids. Infused with jazz and a dash of old Hollywood accents in the forms of sequins, beading and fur, Jennings looks are made for glamazons.

Most notable was Sherita Jennings’ chocolate silk duchess gown pleated at the bust and split at the knee. This collection fuels the battle when a woman has to decide to wear the silk-jersey backless gown, jeweled at the shoulder or the gold sequin cocktail dress cut above the knee. Unfortunately, as a lady, these battles are often the inevitable.

As consumers become more familiar with Viscera, Jennings wants to be known for her tailored sexy silhouettes. Her goal is to develop into a lifestyle brand. One thing is certain this collection channels the girl who exposes her limbs and epitomizes the spirit of a reckless rebel. In these uncertain times it’s hard not to be a bit reckless with one’s fashion choices.