Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Charlotte NC Fashion Week Day 2 Recap

Posted By on Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 11:39 AM

day2

Due to some scheduling conflicts, I had to miss the first day of Charlotte North Carolina Fashion Week, which went down at Mint Museum last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ahh, but Friday night, I was front-row with a photographer, ready to be dazzled with fashion. I'll let the photos do (most of) the talking.

Alena Fede Designs (www.alenafede.com)

Women's clothing. Feminine, slinky dresses. Pearl seams. Lots of lace. Romantic.

Transfiguration (http://transfigurationcharlotte.com)

Men's clothing. Stitching on the side of pants stand out. Sequins on a collar shirt? A little stylish ... a little bling-bling.

Lu'Jeanik Swimwear (www.lujeanik.com)

Themes of gothic and gangsta love. Bold prints. Hooded tops and full bottoms. And harem pants? Hmm...

House of D'Marsh (www.houseofdmarsh.com)

Gorgeous. Long flowy skirts kissed with elegance. Romantic one-shoulder accent sash. It's not about the cleavage ... it's about the hips.

The Flock (www.theflockapparel.com)

Clothes for everyday people, worn by everyday Charlotteans. Anchor accessory goes around the neck (scarves and ties).

Delise'Ana (www.myspace.com/deliseana)

Lots of detail — ruffles for tops and bottoms. Cheetah pattern. Cut-out, floor-length dress. Extravagance.

Photos taken by Ashley Goodwin. Check out www.ashleystuartgoodwin.com to see more of her fabulous work.

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Pin It
Submit to Reddit
Favorite

Comments (2)

Showing 1-2 of 2

Add a comment

 
Subscribe to this thread:
Showing 1-2 of 2

Add a comment

Creative Loafing encourages a healthy discussion on its website from all sides of the conversation, but we reserve the right to delete any comments that detract from that. Violence, racism and personal attacks that go beyond the pale will not be tolerated.

Search Events

www.flickr.com
items in Creative Loafing Charlotte More in Creative Loafing Charlotte pool

© 2017 Womack Newspapers, Inc.
Powered by Foundation