‘It’s a beautiful story’: Spring 2019 fashion show highlights ‘beautiful’ story

WASHINGTON — The Spring 2019 season will feature the first of a series of “beautiful” shows for fashion, highlighting the stories behind fashion’s most iconic outfits.

The first show, entitled “Spring 2021,” will air on ABC, airing Saturday, Feb. 28 at 11 p.m.


The series, featuring women in designer clothes, features a blend of women of all ages and social classes, including fashion royalty, model and actress Anja Niedringhaus, fashion designer Yvonne Dormer and fashion blogger Jada Pinkett Smith.

Among the subjects of the show will be fashion’s first “white queen” and its first woman to wear a “faux tail.”

For fashion and fashion designers, the show is a chance to share their stories and showcase their work, which is often overlooked.

“The show is meant to give the public a deeper look at what it means to wear these amazing outfits and to be in the business of creating them,” said Jada Niedrich, the fashion designer who co-created the show with her husband, designer Dormers.

To create the show, the Niedrings bought their house and moved to the neighborhood where they grew up, near the National Museum of the American Indian in downtown Washington.

For the Niesrings, who live in the city, the home is a symbol of the family they’ve built, a symbol that defines their lives.

Jada Pinketts Smith, who will be the show’s host, is also a fashion icon, having created the iconic line of Yves Saint Laurent.

She said she was inspired to produce the show by her own experience growing up in a wealthy, white, middle-class family.

When she was 12 years old, she moved to New York City, and was one of the first people to graduate from a fashion school.

That experience inspired her to take a break from the world of fashion, and she has made her mark on fashion as a fashion designer and on the women’s fashion industry, Pinkett said.

I’m just thrilled to have this opportunity to share this journey and to show the women of this generation who look up to me what fashion means.

Pinkett Smith said the show features stories that are important to her as a designer.

A photo posted by Jada (@jade_jade) on Feb 13, 2020 at 10:40am PST”I think that’s what we’re trying to show,” Pinkett told ABC News.

“I want people to see these women who were not born into this business, but they have a chance at it.

They have the opportunity to really build their own careers, their own brands, and they can be proud of who they are and what they are, and to give back to their community.”

Pinketts Smith and Niedrsons daughter, Anja, are also the hosts of the popular podcast “I Dream About You,” which will air during the show.

Their show will feature an array of topics, including the lives of the women behind the designs, as well as a look at the history of the industry, as seen through the eyes of a fashion-obsessed audience.

More on the spring 2020 fashion show: The first show is “Spring 2020,” a collection of images from the show and is available for pre-order at, or through the ABC News app, ABC News Home, ABC iHeartRadio and ABC News iPlayer.

Watch the first show: “A beautiful story,” said Niedrings husband, Dormerg.

“It’s an inspiring and beautiful story.

The show is about what makes a woman beautiful, and it’s about the people that make the beautiful women.

It’s about how they live.

It’s about a woman who’s been in the industry and knows how to be a fashion queen.

And it’s also about a man who knows how much to put in, and how to work hard, and what it takes to succeed in this industry.”

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