This past weekend we attended Day 2 of 303 Denver Fashion Weekend! We had so much fun watching all of the styles that walked down the runway! Everything from high fashion to every day wearable items were featured. Ten different designers with completely different visions stunned the crowed with their designs. There were similarities to many of the collections though. Metallic colors, blazers, and burgundy were seen a lot down the runway. Some designers took a completely different approach though and made their creations their own! Here is a little bit more about each designer, as well as photos from the show!
Byron Lars was the first to hit the runway. His collection featured dark colors, like gray and black. Every piece of clothing was very wearable for a business casual sort of look, or could be worn for a night out. The black furs, lace print, blazers, and shoes matched perfectly with the added metallic shades. This was definitely a great way to open the show!
Milly epitomizes bold, advanced contemporary fashion with a feminine edge. This collection was fun, simple, and classy. These clothes would be great for a business setting and would easily work well with a variety of colors and patterns.
Zadig & Voltaire
Zadig & Voltaire is a clothing brand from France! During this fashion show all of the models wore easy to style outfits that included blazers and jackets. The metallic theme was brought into this collection to make it a little more edgy, but at the same time kept if very simple.
This designer specializes in down jackets. They aren’t necessarily made for warmth though. All of the designs were fashionable and functional. The looks featured in the show were athletic and ready for winter. The models on the runway were either wearing a puffy coat or vest.
This designer also used metallic colors in their looks. These designs would be great for a night out, a day at the office, or something casual. All of the pieces were very wearable and would match perfectly with items you already have in your own personal collections.
Trina Turk is a designer based out of Los Angeles, California. Her designs featured metallic materials, as well as simple neutral colors. All of the designs were classic and current. Most of the designs in her collection would work great as evening wear, but could also be worn casually if you wanted to wear them on an every day basis.
Diane Von Furstenberg
It is safe to say that the audience was most excited to see Diane Von Furstenberg’s designs the most during the show. She is one of the most iconic fashion designers and was even named the most powerful woman in fashion by Forbes Magazine. For Denver Fashion Weekend her designs were very simplistic and classy. The whole collection was ready-to-wear and featured black and white patterns for every day looks.
Theory is a brand from New York that focuses on comfort and versatility, and they did just that on the runway at Denver Fashion Weekend. Each outfit was work friendly and provided the comfort and versatility to be worn in multiple ways. Neutral colors mixed with a splash of color really made this brand stand out!
Haute Hippy is a brand from New York that was different from the other designs on the runway. The designs featured were multicolored but didn’t go too out there with the color schemes. They also incorporated different patterns and even had a design with a cold shoulder top, which is very in right now.
The last designer to walk down the runway was Camilla. The Bohemian-inspired Australian designer closed the show with stunning pieces of work. Each design was covered in small crystals and fun prints, like animal and tribal. The designs were colorful, flowing, and playful. If you like more adventurous outfits, this designer is definitely worth taking a look at!
This fall’s Denver Fashion Weekend was a huge success! We had so much fun attending the show and look forward to going to more in the future!
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