The premier fashion event in Detroit is underway. Local, national, and student designers featured. Plus a great marketplace of local vendors. Follow me on Instagram for the latest updates!
As I mentioned in my previous post, I just got back from a whirlwind trip to New York, and got to participate in some Fashion Week festivities. Chief goal on this visit was to stock up on fabric to finish out the year for Project Design 2014, and just to get some general inspiration, maybe take in some art, just take in this great city.
I finally made it!
Hanging with the E! crew
Stocking up at Mood
While I decided to go during Fashion Week, I didn’t have any specific plans to go to any shows. I ended up getting the privilege to see the Taoray Wang SS15 collection. Tao Wang , already an established designer in China, made her New York debut with this spring collection. It was a very strong collection. Very architectural, but still feminine. And some of the best foot ware (in my opinion )
Not a great shot, but I was there!
More thoughts on Spring 2015 coming up!
If the fashion industry had a specific time of year, like most holidays that we celebrate, September would be it. A month long celebration of all that is glorious about fashion; clothes, shoes, accessories, etc.
Coming off the heels of a whirlwind trip to New York (detailed post on that to come shortly), we are gearing up for a major fashion event here in Detroit.
Fashion in Detroit is happening next Saturday, September 27th! It’s a showcase of local and national designers. Runway shows start at 5:30pm. There will also be an interactive pop-up shop that features localdesigners, retailers, vendors, and entrepreneurs.
It’s a great opportunity to get the inside scoop on some up and coming designers, and get your hands on some great local products.
You can get more details at the Fashion in Detroit site Tickets are available here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/shoppinglist/08004D1338C2336B
I’ll be blogging live from the event, but you don’t want to miss out on this amazing event! Get your tickets today!
Featured designers include:
Bricker Tunis Furs
Fotoula Lambros Design
Cheryl Zemke of C. Creations Custom Sewing Design
Dodge Motor City Design
Motor City Design by Joe Faris
Somerset Collection Runway:
The Moscow mule has been making a resurgence lately along with many other classic cocktails. Born in the 1940’s, and popularized in the vodka crazy 1950’s, it is classically service in a copper mug. However, with the price of copper this days, a Tom Collins or highball glass will do just fine.
The Moscow Mule is light and refreshing with a zing from the ginger beer. It will be the perfect compliment to your pre-summer barbeques this weekend. To look stylish drinking your mule, I’ve got some great patriotic outfits in the my latest post at The Styleshack.
- 1/2 oz Lime juice
- 2 oz vodka
- 4 –6 oz ginger beer
Squeeze lime juice into a Collins glass (or Moscow Mule mug) then drop the lime in the glass. Add 2 or 3 ice cubes, then pour in the vodka and fill with cold ginger beer (not ginger ale, although what the hell). Serve with a stirring rod.
Regal, elegant, and fantasy all rolled into one.
What do you think? Did they make your crave list too?
Pinned this one a while back, but it’s still relevant. With wedding season getting into full swing, you may want to consider something similar to this dress. The cross-over bodice creates a nice nipped in waist, and the full skirt will be comfortable, and won’t have you worrying about how many slices of wedding cake you’ve eaten.
I love it because it’s a nice mix of retro feel, but still feels modern.
Yay or nay?