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:
Inside the tony surroundings of the British Motor Car venue, The Collection drew a dedicated crew of attendees last Saturday night to view the latest from San Francisco designers Daniel Sudar, Hector Manuel of Acta Non Verba and Joseph Domingo.
The chance to take in three runway shows in the opulent surroundings of the San Francisco British Motor Car venue in one day is enough to entice many to head to The Collection on Saturday, but there are other enticing reasons to go. And one of them involves James Franco.
This week, a long-awaited runway fashion event, Pinterest meet-up, fair trade shopping bazaar and an annual awards ceremony feting the local fashion community are here to get you out and about in independent, consciously-consumerist style. You’ll find the details on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.
The designer line up for the much-whispered-about, end-of-summer fashion event The Collection has been announced. In the works for more than a year, the one-day showcase will feature three local designers in three separate runway shows at the City’s British Motor Car venue.