Photo Recap | Rockin the Runway with Sache & Lisa Lax Agency

As you know from this post, last Friday I went to a fashion show held downtown in Court Square Park featuring designs from Sache, a clothing and design company located on South Main. Worn by talent from the Lisa Lax Agency, it was a fun way to spend your afternoon in the park. Fellow Memphis Blogger Beale Street Chic was part of the show as well!

Well, I have no clue where my camera is (hopefully it’s tucked safely in storage), but my ace Ziggy works downtown and happened to have his camera with him at work so he took an early lunch and snapped some shots. He’s such a phenomenal photographer. He’s known for his event work, but he’s building buzz as a go-to photographer for portraiture. Check out his website here.

They opened the show with a performance  by a group named Sorelle’; they performed acoustic versions of Jessie J’s “Price Tags” and “If I Die Young” by The Band Perry in addition to original work.

NO formal training, they sounded fantastic! Seriously, if anyone has any info on them, please share!

Pics from the show:

There was also a live demonstration on how they alter their shirts. They do the cutting while you’re wearing the shirt so that it’s specific to your body type.

 

They have 20+ different ways to cut.  Friday was also Trolley Night*, so later I visited the store and was able to get a little more backstory on their creations and see the studio were the shirts are silk-screened.

Extra fun : while at the fashion show, I spotted a girl who had that cool, California laid back vibe that I love, and I got Ziggy to take a picture of her.

Turns out she IS a California girl (yes, I am a psychic).  Her name is Lyndsey and she was in town for business (she works for Skullcandy). We ended up hanging out later that night for Trolley Night and I got to show her a little of my city. Super cool girl, the day was proof-positive that the love of fashion brings people together. I mean, you gotta love a girl who knows how to rock a Fedora!
*The last Friday of every month, galleries, boutiques, and all other businesses along South Main Street open their doors for people to mingle, listen to music, and enjoy treats while viewing their work. Held from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, it’s a great opportunity to see what South Main has to offer while hanging out with friends. You never know what you might see. This time there  were  2 guys sitting in their apartment window playing guitar and serenading the crowd below!
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