6 thoughts on “Abraham Pelham

  1. Hi,My sincere condolences to the late family .
    Kindly send me the relative contact emails.
    Regards

  2. Abraham was truly a beautiful soul. He treated my sons like family whenever they visited Paris and was even able to secure an internship for my younger son with the esteemed fashionista, Audrey Smaltz in NYC….may he rest in perfect peace.🙏🏿

  3. I just learned today, July 25, 2022 about the passing of Abraham. He and my mother, the late Alice Perry Johnson were good friends
    and they often had discussions about art and fashion. So sorry to hear about Abraham’s passing.

  4. Abraham was a creative “genius”. From small, in their home on Bushrod Island, always surrounded by “materials”, sewing away using the “foot peddle” machine! He spend many “nights” as a young man at our home, my mother’s house. Abraham was especially close to Irving, my younger brother, who was more “outgoing”!
    A “home town boy” from Monrovia by way of Bushrod Island became a “ROCK STAR’ in the Fashion Capital of the world”…PARIS!! What an achievement! Abraham… You put Liberia “on the map” in the world of Fashion! May your soul rest in perpetual peace! May The Light of eternity shine upon your soul! May you enjoy the eternal peace that Only Our Good Lord provides!

  5. Article (abbreviated) on Abraham Pelham’s line of clothes
    https://blairebrownnyc.com/tag/abraham-pelham/

    New York, New York—What better way to celebrate Valentine’s day than by viewing lovely, carefully designed clothes over mimosas? That is precisely what I did. I walked into the Trump International Hotel Tower to view none other than the celebrated couturier Abraham Pelham’s first ever ready-to-wear collection. Pelham’s home-base is in Paris, but lucky for me, I got an exclusive preview of the collection while he was in town for New York Fashion Week.
    At the presentation I was graciously greeted and led into a beautiful showroom. The designer himself was there to show his newest creations. What struck me the most about the line was the incredible, luxe fabrics and the precise workmanship involved. Each piece is impeccably designed and made sure of that it is absolutely perfect. Each stripe, button detail, and pocket strategically placed. When the model wearing the red jacket put her hands in the pockets it was a surprise because they’re so carefully placed; it isn’t apparent until they’re used.
    The bows, fabricated buttons, and cuts are a few of the key details that create an extra feminine look in Pelham’s prêt-a-porter line. The pieces are chic and classic. Because of the silhouettes (see the skirts!) the line stayed young and fresh, while still maintaining the sophistication level. Despite the beautiful craftsmanship, I thought the pants weren’t the most notable pieces of the line. I appreciated the feminine tops and coats over anything else in the collection. The bandage-skirts however were for sale at Express when I worked there 3 years ago– maybe it wasn’t necessary for a couturier’s RTW line?
    When asked why he decided to design a prêt-a-porter line in addition to his couture, he explained that his clients have been asking him to do this for the past 7 years. Everyone has their hands on Chanel for daytime, but his pieces haven’t been available for daytime looks. Finally, 2013 has rolled around and this year he has decided to produce it. His clients will be very pleased to show the looks off to their friends at the next event.

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