The final round of this year’s Fashion Feud took place at Rickshaw Stop on Tuesday night. Many familiar faces were among those packing the full house, including designers, photographers, bloggers, stylists, hair and make-up artists and San Francisco fashion enthusiasts.
The style saga continued on Tuesday night with another installment of Fashion Feud. This time, designers Sallie Marie Hahn and Lori Dawn were given one yard of bright orange geometric fabric and one hour to create two distinct frocks.
Local designers Krisztina Lazar and Chrystine Druge battled head to head last week at Rickshaw Stop for the second round of San Francisco’s Project Runway-flavored Fashion Feud, presented in collaboration with the San Francisco Fashion and Merchants Alliance and Scionify.us. With one hour and fabric provided by New York City’s Mood, Lazar and Druge each turned out one garment for judges Adelle McElveen from The Fashionista Lab and Laura Robblee from Alley Collection SF.
Last week’s round one of Fashion Feud at Rickshaw Stop was a battle between designers Crystal Hermann and Mary Yanez. If you’re not familiar with this event, think of it as a cross between Project Runway and Iron Chef.
Oh heck yeah ya do. The folks at Halstead Bead recently got in touch to tell SF Indie Fashion about the company’s 4th Annual Halstead Bead Business Development Grant competition for emerging jewelry designers. The 2009 grant winner will receive $6,000 to grow and develop a new jewelry brand, and all finalists will be eligible to participate in a mentoring program that pairs new designers with established successes in the jewelrey design world. Open to U.S. citizens with businesses launched on or after Jan. 1, 2006, the competition application requires a design portfolio, business plan and answers to some essay questions. Here’s the good news:Read More →