An annual production by the San Francisco Fashion and Merchants Alliance, the Project fashion show brought a number of local design talents to the runway during its 2012 show, held in February. Here, we recap select looks from each of the participating designers, who delivered a range of apparel for men and women in style that went from whimsically youthful to urban and sleek.
Among the stylish San Francisco happenings to look forward to this week are multiple chances to indulge in tech and fashion, an enviable sample sale, a big bday party for a longtime local retailer, a vintage extravaganza and a live runway event across the Bay. Intrigued? You’ll find the details on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.
Day two of the San Francisco Fashion Week runway shows drew an audience itching to see the week-long event’s ready-to-wear lineup. Designs from Victor’s Promise, MIKELSEN, Alphyn Industries, Boditecture by Wen Guo, CHUI CHUI by Tracy Wong and Alyssa Nicole paraded down the runway to electro-industrial beats while guests lit up the venue as they snapped pictures with their phones.
With a holiday weekend on the horizon, we’re practically punchy with excitement. Good thing there are ample stylish adventures to keep us occupied. As always, you’ll find this week’s top San Francisco fashion events on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar, but we’ve called out some of our favorite events below.
There are three genres of models: high fashion, commercial and lifestyle. While few make it to the level of high fashion, fashion show producer and modeling expert Charleston Pierce says opportunities are out there for every model—no matter shape, height or age—who knows the rules of the game.