Iman wearing her own creations

NEW YORK, Dec 1, 2010 / FW/ — Around the world without your passport … That’s what you get with Iman’s Global Chic Collection.

Simple and classic, elegant and timeless – just like the designer’s impact in the industry, aesthetic, and inspiration.

Fall 2010 / Winter 2011 collection range from a black and silver-white faux-fur reversible vest to dresses with scalloped edges draped beautifully and embellished with beading.

Donning her designs, Iman pairs a polyester all-sequined blazer with jeans and a metallic finished satchel. Key items include: 50’s/60’s inspired silhouettes in snake print dress, sequined wrap, sequined tunic, and the ‘must have’ all-sequined blazer in optional colors.

Resort fashions include sheath dress with leather contour trim detailing, colorblock slim dresses in two-tones and animal prints, and ruffle shrug jacket. Iman truly can take you from day to night, from basic to chic.

The polyblend 2-piece suit in black, camel, and charcoal is a perfect buy due to its feminine drape jacket and horizontal silk detailing mid waist.

The author Elgene Castueras with Iman

“Accessories are my passion,” says Iman. Varying choices are offered in woven satchels, croc embossed finishing, leather, and sequined shoes and handbags to complete the clothes. Functional and accessible, Iman’s duffle bags, luxe rolling bag, foldable flats and statement jewelry combine to show the world-wide experience of her muse – her travels, her sister, and her customers.

Last but not least, the cosmetic line finishes the complete look. Iman differs in that it is “highly pigmented with a great way in distributing color, emphasizing the wearer’s cultural morays and individual beauty”.

Sold exclusively at Home Shopping Network, – most of the pieces are affordable with a wide range of sizes (from XS to 3X). With Christmas nearing, IMAN is a perfect choice for that special someone!

Passionate, genuine, and involved – Iman personally showed me her collection with grace, beauty, and energy. The ‘I’ in Iman truly stands for ‘Icon’.

Photos by Elgene Castueras