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.
Fashion shows are always fun, but I’m naturally a behind-the-scenes girl. I love seeing the hair and makeup process (new products + trends!), so I was excited to be invited backstage for Day 1 of runway shows at Memphis Fashion Week.
Designer Nicole Miller was this year’s Headlining Designer for day one of Memphis Fashion Week, and MFDN hosted a pre-show luncheon with her at the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club.
The Memphis Fashion Week Preview Party never disappoints, especially when it comes to City Style. One of my favorite things about this entire week of events is that you get to see people’s personal style.
I’ve been attending Memphis Fashion Week since 2013, so it’s one of the highlights of my year. This year is a little different, though: I SHOT THE 2017 CAMPAIGN!!
Last night I was one of the speakers for Memphis Fashion Design Network’s Social Media panel.
Tara Skelley’s Dilettante Collection closed out the EMDP Runway Shows at Memphis Fashion Week. A two-time EMDP Audience Award Winner, Tara always brings an unexpected element to her show.