Memphis Fashion Week is always a cool experience for me, but this year they decided to do something special with a group of Mid-South Influencers and hosted us for sweet brunch at Restaurant Iris, a French-Creole concept restaurant in Midtown by Chef Kelly English.
Day 2 of the Memphis Fashion Week Runway Shows took place at Memphis College of Art. These shows are actually the most anticipated because the EMDP Members show the collections that they’ve been working on for the year.
Day 1 of the Memphis Fashion Week Runway shows took place at Graceland’s Presley Motors Museum. The first day of shows is focused on the featured designers (T I E N A, Daniel Read more […]
I have been a huge fan of Rachel Roy for years (I can’t tell you how many profiles and interviews I’ve watched and read on her over the years), so I was ecstatic that she was this year’s Headlining Designer for Memphis Fashion Week.
Last night we officially kicked things off for Memphis Fashion Week at the Fashion Night Out Party on the Highland Strip. The weather was GORGEOUS (hello 70s with a breeze!) and as expected, so much city style was on display!
It’s that time of year again! Memphis Fashion Week is here and I’m so excited for all of the festivities. Rachel Roy, one of my all-time favorite designers, is the headlining designer this year and I. Can. Not. Wait!
I love, love, love the runway shows during Memphis Fashion Week, but I really look forward to seeing some city style. Take a look at city style form Day 2 of the runway shows at Memphis College of Art.
Day 2 of the Memphis Fashion Week Runway Shows took place at MCA. The 2nd night of shows serves as an opportunity to see the creations from designers that are part of the Emerging Memphis Designer Project.
I love, love, love the runway shows during Memphis Fashion Week, but I really look forward to seeing some city style. Take a look at city style from Day 1 of the runway shows at Crosstown Concourse.
Day 1 of Memphis Fashion Week’s runway shows took place at the newly renovated Crosstown Concourse. It doesn’t officially open until August, but the industrial vibe helped set the mood while keeping all of the fun fashion grounded.