Thurday was the Fashion Fund Party at Saddle Creek, and this time around, not only was I there as media, but I was also selected to be one of the stylists!
Last year a collective fashion show was held, but they decided to switch it up a bit and have freeze models in participating stores. With so many of the stores having in their new Spring inventory, this made more sense (plus there were sales going on, which is always a plus). I did the styling for my old stomping grounds, Banana Republic, and I was able to pull looks for 2 models (male + female).
Let me tell you, the store was filled with color (especially for women), and a ton of contemporary pieces, so I actually had to pace myself while doing my pulls-I wanted to show everything, lol. I wanted to show stylish looks that anyone could wear, so I stuck with classic silhouettes but played around with color, patterns, and texture. It’s the easiest way for you to update your wardrobe without stepping too far outside of your comfort zone.
I’d worked with Morgan before (she is such a doll) and everything fit Everett to a T, so to say my assignment was easy is an understatement, lol. I was really happy with the looks I put together.
In between their freeze modeling, I dashed to other stores to see what the other stylists put together, while also catching some city style in the process.
LD + her model from White House | Black Market
Joey Miller, one of the most stylish photogs I know. He told me if I liked this look, I’m going to LOVE his suit for the EMDP Show!
Cami Curran; last year Cami was one of the EMDP Designers-this was the jumpsuit she designed!
Denzel with his models for Lucky Brand.
Caitlin and one of her looks for Soft Surroundings. That scarf???? Love!
Shelby at Kendra Scott.
There were a lot more stores/stylists that participated but I just couldn’t make it to them all. 🙁 The center was busy (yay for shopping!) and everyone had fun, so I’d say it was a good night for fashion!