I've stated in previous posts, but there are two types of exhibitions one will see at a fashion show. There is the ready to wear and what I like to call "concept designs". The concept designs are there to show the world the extremes of the designers imagination and not generally for sale to the public. Patricia Michaels, the founder and designer of PM Waterlily, used nature as her inspiration when conceiving the garments for her Style Fashion Week show. The colors and patterns that were used, were the same that a person would see while taking a quiet stroll through the nature park or national preserve. Lots of dresses adorned with trees, flowers and leaves, made for a pleasant earthy vibe when seeing her clothing. Even the design of the umbrellas that several of the models carried, were fashioned like stems of a flower. Patricia, as to not draw attention away from the feel of the clothing, had the models makeup complement each article they wore. That was a very nice touch to her exhibit. After attending the PM Waterlily Show, I would imagine if there was a Mount Rushmore of concept designers, she would most certainly be on it.