In 2018, Dr. Smith, a leading plastic surgeon in the United States, and Sergio Luna, fashion designer, co-founded the women’s fashion luxury brand Delourier. The design duo jointly own a variety of fashion related patents. As a four-time board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Smith knows a woman’s body better than anyone. His experience working on thousands of women throughout the years grants him gainful insight into some of women’s biggest insecurities and transformational goals. Now, through his fashion designs, Dr. Smith continues to inspire women to look and feel their absolute best. Sergio Luna, a graduate of The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, has created one of a kind creations for celebrities such as Gladys knight, Katy Perry, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Kristen W., and the who’s who of Las Vegas. In 1996, Sergio Luna, through his fashion creations,  captured the attention of Fred Hayman, the founder of Giorgio Beverly Hills,  A.K.A  “the man who built  Rodeo drive”.  Sergio got his start at Chanel in 2001, where he was recruited for his outstanding skills in garment construction.


Delourier’s collections embody sophisticated sex appeal, confidence, and glamour. They also showcase the design duo’s powerful parallels between fashion and the world of cosmetic surgery. Delourier is opening its first boutique that will be located on the first floor of the Smith Plastic Surgery Institute building in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Delourier boutique will offer custom orders and ready-to-wear made from chainmail, a fabric made of small metal rings linked together in an intricate pattern. This collection of dresses contains designs that are crafted from 18k gold and silver plated metal fabrics that drape like liquid metal on the body. Delourier sources the finest metal mesh  fabrics from Whiting & Davis, the same  Chainmail supplier that Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, and Paco Rabanne use. Chainmail has come a long way with its earliest usage dating back to the 3rd century B.C., most notably for military purposes. Who would have imagined that centuries later the same materials worn by medieval knights as armor would transform into one of the most luxurious materials to grace the fashion runways