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A SPRING FASHION MARATHON WITH GLOBAL & LOCAL TALENTS IN SAN FRANCISCO

A SPRING FASHION MARATHON WITH GLOBAL & LOCAL TALENTS IN SAN FRANCISCO

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The Spring of San Francisco was greeted last week by the Award-Winning Fashion Community Week, a platform for Local and International Emerging Fashion Designers and Beauty talents in San Francisco. The 4-day event was filled with fashion conference, brand presentation, runway show, media event, networking, showroom and an opportunity to Shop the Runway collection.

The Opening evening kicked off at the exclusive ‘members only’ club: The Modernist (voted one of the Hottest members club on Maxim). The evening began with a press conference and industry meet and greet with Fashion Designers, Beauty talents, Media and Influencers. This evening five selected designers previewed their brand new collection that is not yet released in the market place.

The second evening featured a ‘Fashion Conference & Industry Startup Presentation’ at the edgy location ‘Spaces’. The conference was led by CEO’s of ‘Careste’ and ‘3D Look’, and investors from ‘Founder Institute’ and ‘Bay Angels’ focusing on Innovation and Future of Fashion. Moreover, three fashion startups: Denim Unspun, Ovanah and Mode Vitamins had the chance to present their fashion technology business models to investors and industry experts prior to the conference.

The third evening was held at the ultra-chic Clift Royal Sonesta Hotel presenting Local Designers and One of a Kind looks. The evening commenced with a Social hour followed by an exciting fashion show concluding with a celebration after party with a live musician. The designers on the runway this evening were:

Tom Foolery: Collection created from plastic bottles collected in Haiti, featured in Vogue & Glamour
Accent Styles: Sustainable label designed for edgy men’s and women’s wear, designer featured on TED
Fabric Da Vinci: Brand inspired by sociopolitical theme for women
Kucci Bu: Eastern craftsmanship with contemporary western designs
Seoul Painters: Focused on developing specific aesthetic and trend in Womenswear with new silhouettes

The final evening took place at the Gorgeous Fairmont Hotel featuring International Designs and Evening wear. The evening inaugurated with Red-Carpet reception and showroom followed by an elegant fashion show leading to a celebration closing party with cocktails and music. The designers on the runway this evening were:

Elena Hristova: brand offering elegant dresses with feminine silhouettes and Bulgarian folklore motifs
Guadalupe Ramirez: collection built for women with curves that supports Women’s cancer research
Anomis: brand created with chic designs fitting Italian celebrities in Palazzo pants and elegant dresses
William Lei: dressing the modern men with an exceptional luxury menswear collection, featured in GQ Mia Maree Couture: dresses women of all shapes and size with elegant evening wear
Agaati: ethical demi-couture lifestyle brand designed to dress modern women
Callistus Jewelry: byzantine inspired hand-crafted collection created with gemstones and mix of metals

The participating Designers had graced our runway from Italy, Bulgaria, Korea, Mexico, Palestine, China, India, and parts of California and the East Coast. These honorable designers had presented their magnificent collections at major fashion weeks such as Paris, Milan, London, New York, Los Angeles, Dubai to name a few. We are honored that the designers had created collections exclusively for our Spring Fashion Community Week show.

A portion of the proceeds from our Fashion Week is benefitting local NGO: Princess Project this year. We invite you to follow our social media channels (FB & IG) to stay tuned on our upcoming events Locally and Globally. Our next Fashion Week edition is taking place on September 2019 in San Francisco. Our organization will continue to place the Bay Area on the fashion map via its platform for emerging talents to shine!

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