SF Fashion+Tech gave us a reason to celebrate the fashion capital’s independence. In honor of Bastille Day, designers, entrepreneurs, engineers and media gurus gathered in SoMa for some mixing and mingling, a Paris-inspired fashion show featuring the eco-friendly apparel of Palo Alto label Amour Vert and displays from Bay Area companies such as ModeWalk and LIFT by Yappo.
As part of its ongoing Friday Nights at the de Young series, the museum recently staged a runway show focused on dapper style. Dubbed the Dandy-licious Fashion Show, the showcase featured apparel by local designer Daniel Sudar, winner of the Jean Paul Gaultier design challenge, and Dark Garden, longtime local purveyors of custom-made corsetry. Here’s our recap.
San Francisco will see it’s very first fashion show featuring fashion bloggers instead of models this weekend during the 3rd annual Beauty Expo, a competitive showcase of Bay Area styling and beauty talent produced by the San Francisco Fashion and Merchants Alliance. Read on for more detes and how to win tickets to this local fashion event.
The California College of the Arts Spring Fashion Show sent a diverse grouping of apparel by its student talents down the runway on a mid-May Friday evening. Each year, the show stands out for presenting fashion that showcases students’ arts-minded, creative approaches to traditional structure, materials and styling. This year was no exception. Read on to see what went down the runway.
Showcasing eight local designers, the Black V fashion show took place over the weekend. Originally produced to bring the San Francisco fashion community together, this year’s event saw a great mix of who’s who in the local blogger, photographer and editors’ circles. Each year, Black V features apparel that’s edgy and designed to accentuate fashion’s dark side. This year’s show was no exception. A fashionably late start added to the pre-show buzz and excitement in the audience. Read on for our highlights from the runway: