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Posted by Gabriuska on May 13, 2013 with 0 Comments


Looks like you might be wearing one of Hunter Bell’s dresses very soon. The 32-year-old southern belle (who says she’s inspired by designers like Diane von Furstenberg and Rebecca Taylor) has been crowned the winner of Fashion Star, trumping 12 other designers for the prize of launching their original collections in three of the nation’s largest fashion retailers — Express, Macy’s and Saks.

And Hunter may not have reached her goal without the help of mentor Jessica Simpson.

“I worked closely with Jessica, and she was always a sounding board for me to stay true to my own design aesthetic, but also very encouraging with the advice of making sure to show off a women’s curves with my designs and to be more sexy with them,” she tells PEOPLE at an Express breakfast showcasing her line (sample design above). “In this industry you need to be open to advice.”

From episode one, Bell was a frontrunner after her first fashion show resulted in a bidding war from the three major retailers. But for the N.Y.C. based-designer, one of the biggest highlights of the experience has been the resources the show’s platform has provided her.

“The most exciting moment was walking into the design studio and seeing your own desk with all of the necessary tools and resources provided for you from the network to be successful,” she says.

Turns out, Hunter’s passion and design prowess dates back to way before becoming a household name.

“What people definitely don’t know is that I didn’t just start out as a designer with Fashion Star,” she explains. “I have dedicated the past 10 years to making my passion become a successful career. I not only studied design in school and then at Parsons, but I also interned with Nanette Lepore, which was an amazing experience.”

And this is only the beginning for the dedicated designer. Her overall goal? “I hope to grow my clothing line to be a household name brand, expanding into department stores with an online presence, allowing me to create jobs and give back.”

Shop Bell’s capsule collection online at Express and in stores across the country tomorrow!



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“You deserve it! Hunter deserves it! Everyone wants to wear your stuff, and now they can!”, declared Jessica Simpson, who was mentor to Fashion Star winner Hunter Bell.

“…amazing, it’s just too much to take in. Thank you so much Jessica, Louise, the mentors, the buyers,” Bell told Simpson, host Louise Roe, and the audience.

“You deserve it! Hunter deserves it! Everyone wants to wear your stuff, and now they can!”, declared Jessica Simpson, who was mentor to Fashion Star winner Hunter Bell.

“…amazing, it’s just too much to take in. Thank you so much Jessica, Louise, the mentors, the buyers,” Bell told Simpson, host Louise Roe, and the audience.

Bell, a native of Florence, South Carolina, runs her women’s RTW line, Hunter Dixon, out of New York City where she currently resides.

After creating and presenting a three-ensemble capsule collection for each of the reality competition’s three retail partners — Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and Express — which meant nine ensembles total, Bell’s collection was chosen over competitors Cassandra Hobbins, who finished second, and Daniel Silverstein, who finished third.

The final decision being made by clothing buyers Erika DeSalvatore of Express Terron E. Schaefer of Saks, and Caprice Willard of Macy’s.

For winning Fashion Star, Hunter received $3,000,000 in orders for the collections she created for Macy’s, Saks and Express and the collection became available for online purchase at the retailers websites immediately after NBC concluded the show.




Posted by Gabriuska on May 11, 2013 with 2 Comments

This sophisticated trendsetter on Team Jessica (Simpson) has blown fans away.

Now, Hunter Bell (Hunter Dixon) is the winner of Fashion Star season 2, as seen on NBC. And she was an early favorite of mine from the start. Below, you’ll see some of my favorite looks that she showcased on the show.

She will be desinging an exclusive designer capsule collection for Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Express. And what do you think it will look like? Well, let’s see what she’s already done…



Hunter’s fit and flare dress was elegant and fun with a sexy shape.



This skirt was cute, as long as it was styled right.



These lace dresses were inspired by the 50′s, and the blue is especially special.



Maxi Dresses are great for the summer.



Hunter jumped on the peplum bandwagon for this challenge.



Her rompers were perfect for Express.



This orange dress has something very “Anthropologie” about it.



A mesh ponte dress is perfect for a night out.



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It’s down to the final three on Fashion Star, with a winner set to be crowned in Friday night’s finale.

In the season two closer, the remaining designers — Cassandra Hobbins, Daniel Silverstein and Hunter Bell — are tasked to create their own collection for each of the retailers. Eliminated designers return to assist their teammates — which isn’t welcome news to all of them.

The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive clip from the finale, in which mentor Jessica Simpson gives Bell some advice on designing a rock ‘n’ roll-inspired look.

“I’ve been spending a lot of time with Hunter, and I would definitely say that I am now emotionally attached and emotionally involved,” Simpson tells the camera.

The winning designer will have his or her collection sold in Macy’s, Saks and Express.

Fashion Star airs at 8 p.m. Friday on NBC.



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“Jessica Simpson could have worn this look to The Met Museum’s “Punk” Gala! But instead she wore is this gown on FASHION STAR season 2 finale!”-HollywoodJunket.com


I think she looks AMAZING!!!

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Last week, we tragically lost our most talented designer – Silvia Arguello. (If not the most talented, one of the top two most talented designers.) But at least we still have Hunter Bell to root for. If she doesn’t win, I might throw a genuine tizzy.

The Challenge Tonight

There’s only four designers left. Tonight, the designers have to take a trend of the past and transform it for the modern day consumer.

Team John:

Cassandra Hobbins – She looked to the 1960′s for her column dress and shirt mini dress. The column dress in black and white was great, but mostly because she picked a great pattern. The second one with the red pattern was not as nice. The patterned shirtdress was way too masculine, and I’d never wear it. The plain yellow shirtdress is something I could see someone wearing, I guess. Macys’ decided to bid on it. And Express wanted the long dress.

Team Nicole:

Daniel Silverstein – Somehow, he’s the top-selling designer left. It’s weird because I really haven’t liked anything he’s done. He’s looking to the 60′s just like Cassandra, and he’s focusing on all white, and geographic prints. But, at least he tries to make interesting things in a show that plays things safe so often. His armor-like dress was actually interesting. I mean, it had some artistic soul to it. And his white top was really, actually cool. He pulled the things apart so there was the short sleeve top. I like it on the model but not for everyone’s body. And then we had the pencil skirt in the armor pattern, and the white fringe. I thought it might make someone look larger, that’s the problem with that split fringe. The pencil skirt was bid on by Saks, as was the short top. You can buy the pencil skirt and the short top at Saks.

Team Jessica:

Hunter Bell – Her inspiration is from the 50′s. She wants a fit-n-flare dress, and a colored lace piece. The fit-and-flare dress was amazing and gorgeous and perfect. I loved it in either pattern option. The lace dress was…yes, I liked it. It was unique and sexy. I liked the blue world’s more than the yellow, though. The yellow makes me think of a bumble bee with the wings. The Fit and Flare dress was bid on by Express, Macy’s and Saks. The peplum fitted dress was bid on by Saks and Express. Finally, a bidding war happened!

Jesseray Vasquez and Garrett Gerson – They were drawn to the 1950′s design aesthetic for the challenge. They are dong a sheath dress, and a bathing suit-inspired top and shorts. The halter top and shorts were so fun, but I really don’t know aobu the proportions. The wait is too short and the hem is too low. The dress is nice, although damn is it simple. And the pattern with the palms is kind of ugly. Saks bid on the sheath dress. The shorts and crop top was bid on by Macy’s.


Jesseray and Garrett

Final Words

I’m happy with what went down, and I really hope Hunter Bell takes home the finale win!

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