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Maggie Sottero launches prom collection at Neon Museum
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Dec '13
Award-winning designer, Maggie Sottero, kicks off prom season in style with their hottest collection to date, complete with an electric photo shoot at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, NV!

Mirroring the flashy backdrop of the Neon Museum, Spring 2014 Flirt by Maggie Sottero is inspired by glam trends: bold, dramatic, can't-miss-me details and lots of sparkle, shine, cut-outs and side-slits.

Watch for fully sequined dresses this season, stacked beading at the neckline, varying hemlines from micro minis to floor-length maxis, bright colors galore, and sexy, daring backs – plunging, with criss-cross straps and lacey illusion.

At national prom markets this year, Flirt rocked the runway in more than stilettos, integrating trendy stylized looks with traditional prom. Jean jackets, high top sneakers and T-shirts adorned Flirt's prom dresses, showcasing a fresh, alternative approach to prom glam.

"We wanted to show the versatility of Flirt as a reflection of the diversity of our Flirt girls," said Hillary Hallows, Maggie Sottero Marketing Supervisor. See more of Flirt's Las Vegas road trip on Flirt's blog: Flirtology.

Flirt by Maggie Sottero, curates the hottest trends worldwide to inspire prom collections that call out to the most discerning fashionistas intent on flaunting their style at one of the most memorable moments of their lives.

Since launching in 2005, Flirt has dramatically redefined the perfect prom dress, integrating three uncompromised elements aimed at exceeding expectations: impeccable styling, perfect fit and affordable price point. 

Known for creating hourglass silhouettes, Flirt's commitment to flattering fit is equaled only by its obsession with affordable, fashion forward, wearable designs for prom, homecoming, sweet sixteens, sorority galas and holiday parties.

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