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North West Does A ‘Kanye’ Throws A Hissy Fit At The NYFW Show – PICS

By Mainey Tester

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2 year old North West created quite a stir at this years NYFW Show as she threw a fit all while sitting in the front row with her mum, Kim Kardashian, Beyoncé and Anna Wintour!

Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, North West and Anna Wintour – Getty Images (Photo : Dimitrios Kambouris Getty Images)

During the commotion Wintour purportedly slowly turned away from Nori as she melted down in grand terrible twos style. The glasses hid her eyes but the fashion guru’s mortification could still be felt.

As to his daughters outburst of sorts, West said that his little one’s tantrum was because she’s tired of everyone being mean to her father.

Hahaha, touché Kanye!


Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta dead at 82

By Dorothy Frazier

Renowned Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta has died. He was 82. His family confirmed the news.

PHOTO: Designer Oscar De La Renta smiles with model Karlie Kloss and another model after presenting his Autumn/Winter 2013 collection during New York Fashion Week, Feb. 12, 2013.

De la Renta had been battling Cancer since 2006.

During his long career, Mr. de la Renta was among the few designers who knew the difference between the runway and fashion.

“Never, ever confuse what happens on a runway with fashion,” Mr. de la Renta once said. “A runway is spectacle. It’s only fashion when a woman puts it on. Being well dressed hasn’t much to do with having good clothes. It’s a question of good balance and good common sense.”

SEE ALSO:Former American Idol Contestant, Joanne Borgella loses her Fight with Endometrial Cancer

The iconic fashion designer is survived by his wife, Annette, and a son, Moises.

Katie Holmes Gets Two Tattoos for New York Fashion Week – SEE the PICS!

By Dorothy Frazier

 

Katie Holmes has made our Celebrity Picture of the Day, a good girl — gone bad! The doting mother of 8 year old Suri Cruise got tatted up while attending Joe Zee’s fashion soirée on Thursday. The party was in honor of New York Fashion Week, which started on Wednesday and runs for eight days.

Katie Holmes -- Image credit: Startraks/Getty

Katie Holmes -- Image credit: StarTraks/Getty

Luckily for The Dawson’s Creeks Actress, the tat is only temporary.

Temporary tattoos aka FLASH have become a trendy accessory, typically lasting about 4-6 days. Holmes put a temp tatt on the nape of her neck and added another to her left forearm.

The diva just recently moved to Los Angeles after spending years living in Manhattan, immediately following her divorce from Tom Cruise in 2012. Katie and Suri had been living in a lavish three-bedroom rental apartment in upscale Chelsea.

RELATED: Celebrity Pic of the Day: Tom Cruise and Suri in London

Despite it all, I am happy to report the 35-year-old does have a bit of a rebellious streak. Thank the lord for event sponsors like Old Navy!! Definitely getting me in the mood for fun and fashion — and Katie, well…she made my day!

Love it!

What are your thoughts on her temporary ink and momentary bout of badness!? Share with us below in the comments!

The Diva also worked the red carpet and posed with the event's host, fashion editor Joe Zee of Yahoo! Style

 

SEE ALSO: Celebrity Pic of the Day Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt

Designers Indashio, Beso Moda, Courtney Allegra to set off ‘Alaska Fashion Week’ exalting the ‘Northern Lights’ & waking ‘The Sleeping Lady’

By Carla B. – More than just a fashion blogger, She is her own Media Company – Like @EOTM.Media on Facebook

Fashion » The New Guard: Alaska Fashion Week

 

(EOTM! News) – Have you heard the whispers or read some of the mainstream fashion buzz coming by way of the north pole? Recall catching glimpses of TV or radio ads across the airwaves promising something anew… in a city most famous for its rugged beauty, oil, gold and wild Alaskan salmon? Maybe you seen a few top model types, street style photographers, reporters, celebrities and fashionistas in Anchorage the past couple years around the spring/summer months and wondered… whatever could they be up to…?

Well my dears, we affectionately call this phenomenon, a changing of the fashion guard of sorts — Alaska Fashion Week (AFW) and a word to the wise, models donning Alaskan fur hats, snow boots, Eskimo coats and or parka’s are not what you will see sashaying down the runway. (IJS)

A Changing of the Guard

Thanks to Dominick Liriano, the Alaska fashion scene is suddenly sexy, the new haute spot, showcasing famed designer conceptualists that lure the most curious of fashion lovers.

The annual extravaganza representing major brands covering a variety of fashion from the north pole and beyond.

Yes, Alaska’s vibrant couture style is in full force. Many looks are as imaginative as ever, boasting swathes of color as sweeping as the outdoors in collections inspired by America’s landscapes and plush coastlines. Oh, tailored, minimal and chic are making a strong appearance, too! (A few designs from last years show can be seen here)

SEE ALSO: Who to Follow on Twitter For Alaska Fashion Week

During the three-day fashion event which opens May 30, AFW forges strong alliances with top celebrity designers from around the globe and is dedicated to these prodigious creators. Indashio, Beso Moda and Courtney Allegra are just a few cultivated architects that plan on showcasing their individuality during this years festivities.

The Future of Alaska Fashion Week

AFW has created quite a sizable rumble the past couple years, breaking records, strategically forcing it’s counterparts to take stock, welcome and align with the new kid on the block. Who would have ever guessed that fashion could potentially wake Mount Susitna’s Sleeping Lady. Talk about changing the landscape of a city…. sweet, eh?!

Notably, Liriano…the founder and chief organizer of the event has not let on if they vet brands based on style or target, but one thing for sure… if you’ve followed this market like I have, there will be a great mix of both mainstream and subculture designs representing a multi-faceted configuration.

The fashion display in Alaska is unique in that consumers are mostly middle class without a huge disparity. This offers an incredible opportunity to drive massive interest from the local population that most cities can only dream of.

Mark my words fashion lovers, AFW will soon become one of the top global fashion capitals of the world. Yes, I realize everyone likes to predict which new market will open up in the world of glitz and glam — I am no exception, and while hardly a household name, AFW has proven they do in fact have stamina, moves, style and plenty of talent to spew.  If you hurry you can still claim that you liked them before they become a household name!

  on Twitter — Like on Facebook @ Alaska Fashion Week

SEE ALSO: Diva~liscious Baby Boomer Opens Up Alaska Fashion Week Giving Them Something To Talk About

Alaska Fashion Week - 2014

Other designers set to present their collections are E’lione Designs, Leontine Abdullah, Parris Harris, Jay Blake, Boss Boutique, Mimi BewareSwim Pericles, Fourth Avenue Boutique and Love Light.

RELATED: A Brief History of Alaska Fashion Week

FOX News in Alaska Covered Alaska Fashion Week (AFW) 2013 — Check out the video below.

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Top Fashion Capitals 2012 (source: Languagemonitor)

  • AFW set to claim a spot in 2014/2015, Fashion Lovers watch out now!

The Top Global Fashion Capital Rankings are listed below, in the format:  Position, City, Change from 2012.

  1. New York (+1) — The Big Apple is back on top of the fashion world by slipping past Paris by .5%.
  2. Paris (+2) – The Top Global Fashion Capital for Haute Couture is surprisingly strong in pret-a-porter, also.
  3. London (-2) – London has enjoyed a fabulous two-year run and is now secure in its place in the top echelon for global fashion.
  4. Los Angeles (+5) – Zut alors! Tinsel Town in the Top Four? The result of the melding of the Red Carpet, the Industry (film, of course), and West Coast cool.
  5. Barcelona (-2)  –  Espana, again, places two Fashion Capitals in the Top Fifteen.  Barcelona also wins the Top Fashion Capital for Swimwear. 
  6. Rome (0) — Rome may have Seven Hills but Italy now has Three Fashion Capitals (and Milan is No. 2).
  7. Berlin (+3)  – Berlin continues its steady rise moving deeper into the the elite ranks.
  8. Sydney (+7)  –  Sydney towers over OZ distancing (and distinguishing) itself, once again, from Melbourne.
  9. Antwerp (+2)  – Ah Antwerp, reverberations of the avant garde Antwerp Six continues into the 21st century.
  10. Shanghai (+12) –  As China further emerges onto the world stage, Shanghai leads the fashion charge.
  11. Tokyo (+9) – Tokyo made a leap in 2013 that many consider long overdue.
  12. Milano (-4)  –  Milan was the Top Global Fashion Capital back in 2009 and remains a strong contender for the top spot year-after-year.
  13. Florence (+3)  – Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli — A proud heritage to a thriving fashion industry in 2013.
  14. Madrid (-9) –  Still strong in 2013,  further cementing its place among the elite Fashion Capitals.
  15. Sao Paulo (-8)  – Again, the Queen of Latin American Fashion Capitals.
  16. St. Petersburg (+35)  –  Russian comes into 2014 with two Fashion Capitals in the Top Twenty, with Petrograd surprising  Moscow.

Top movers on the plus side included Antwerp (+33), Caracas (+27), Johannesburg (+23), and Sao Paulo (+18).  Top movers on the down side include Mexico City        (-25), Toronto (-19), Moscow (-17), Chicago (-14), and Mumbai (-14), attesting to the heightened global competition.  Newcomers to this year’s analysis were Vancouver (31),  Seoul (34), Boston (44),  Houston (49), and St Petersburg, Russia (51).

Prior to London’s two year reign, New York had reclaimed the crown from Milan.  Previous to this, New York had been the top fashion capital for five years running, taking the crown from Paris.
The 2012 Top Global Fashion Capitals, with Rank, Previous Year’s Rank
1.   London (1) – Competitors stymied by Kate Middleton and now the hugely successful Summer Olympics.
2.   New York (2)– That toddling town is waiting in the wings for London to stumble.
3.   Barcelona (7) — Iberia rules with two fashion capitals in the Top Five.
4.   Paris (3)–  Topped ‘haute couture’ category, of course.
5.   Madrid (12)– Making a strong move toward the top.
6.   Rome (13)– Edging Milano this time out.
7.   Sao Paulo (25) — The Queen of Latin America, again.
8.   Milano (4) — Slipping a few spots, but never for long.
9.   Los Angeles (5) — The City of Angels strengthening its hold as a true fashion capital.
10.   Berlin (10) — Remains among the elite — and deservedly so.
11.   Antwerp (44) — A surprising large climb in a very short time (up 33 spots).
12.   Hong Kong (6) — Tops in Asia, though down six year over year.
13.   Buenos Aires (20) — Moving steadily upward.
14.   Bali (21) — Steady climb attests to it being more than just swimwear.
15.   Sydney (11) — Remains near the top, a few steps ahead of Melbourne, as is its wont.
16.   Florence (31) — A big move for Firenza (up 15).
17.   Rio de Janeiro (23) — Building toward the 2016 Summer Games.
18.   Johannesburg (41) — Jo-burg breaks into the Top Twenty.
19.   Singapore (8) — Trailing  Hong Kong but leading Tokyo and Shanghai.
20.   Tokyo  (9) — No longer the No, 5 to the Top Four, competition is aglow in Asia.
21.   Melbourne (17) — Still strong, still a few steps behind Sydney.
22.   Shanghai (14) — A thriving fashion center in a tough competitive arena.
23.   Caracas (50) — Tremendous upward movement for a seminal fashion center.
24.   Las Vegas (16) — Follow the money, and the money and the stars flow to Vegas.
25.   Monaco (15) — The principality is firmly ensconced in the European fashion firmament.
26.   Santiago (30) — A solid No. 5 in Latin America.
27.  Amsterdam (19) — Creative, original and a bit outre.
28.   Dubai (27) — A steady force in the mid-East ready to bloom further.
29.   Bangkok (32) — Struggling to gain ground in the region.
30.   Copenhagen (29) — Keeping pace with (and a bit ahead of) Stockholm.
31.   Vancouver (Debut) — Solid debut from this newcomer from the Pacific Northwest.
32.   Stockholm (28) — The Capital of Scandinavia’s influence is beginning to transcend its regional roots.
33.   Krakow (47) — A scrappy player wielding a surprising amount of influence.
34.   Seoul (Debut) — Korean fashion has now gained a foothold on the world scene.
35.   Moscow (18) — A bold and growing presence despite a stumble in the current analysis.
36.   Frankfurt (43) — Carving out its own space in Berlin’s towering shadow.
37.  Vienna (35) — Insight into 21st c. fashion emerging from ancient imperial venues.
38.  Mumbai (24) — Still leading New Delhi (now by 10 spots) to dominate the Subcontinent.
39.   Miami (26) — The fashion world beginning to understand Miami is more than swimwear.
40.  Abu Dhabi (42) — A steady climb backed by deep pockets.
41.   San Francisco (38) — A rising yet iconoclastic star.
42.   Austin (40) — Famous for its ‘Mash Up’ teams, the city propels its unique style forward.
43.   Warsaw (33) — Particularly influential in Central Europe.
44.   Boston (Debut) — Can New England deliver fashion to the world? Apparently so.
45.   Prague (48) —  A firm foundation in interpreting the traditional and the classic.
46.   Dallas (37) — Outdistances Houston to settle the local score.
47.   Mexico City (22) — Slips some twenty-five spots since the last report.
48.   New Delhi (39) — Striving for relevance on the global stage.
49.   Houston (Debut) — Big, bold and a city to watch.
50.   Chicago (36) – City of the Big Shoulders stretching out toward word-class fashion.
51.   St. Petersburg (Debut) — The former imperial capital making strides on the global fashion scene.
52.  Montreal (49) — Eclipsed by the debut of Vancouver but still a formidable force.
53.  Toronto (34) —  Nipped by its francophone neighbor to the North.
54.  Cape Town (46) — Though Jo-burg won the latest duel, Cape Town surely has plans.
55.  Atlanta (45) — Gaining an international reputation for its bold accents.

Top Fashion Capitals by Region:

Europe (14):  London,  Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, Rome, Milano, Berlin, Antwerp, Florence, Monaco, Amsterdam,  Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Frankfurt.

Middle and Eastern Europe (6):  Krakow, Moscow, Vienna, Warsaw, Prague, and St Petersburg.

North America (13):  New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Vancouver, San Francisco, Austin, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, and Atlanta.

Asia (6):  Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Shanghai, Bangkok, and Seoul.

Subcontinent (2):  Mumbai, New Delhi,

Oceania (3):  Bali, Sydney, and Melbourne.

Latin America (6):  Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro,  Caracas, Santiago, and Mexico City.

Middle East and Africa (4):  Dubai, Johannesburg, Abu Dhabi, and Cape Town.

The world fashion trade  is estimated to be over three trillion USD.

With The Start of Alaska Fashion Week 2014, EOTM’s Editor takes a look Back at the history of AFW

By Carla B.

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AFW should be proud, they were essential for bringing together the fashion and beauty industries, including buyers, manufacturers, designers, and editors around a single fashion itinerary – Alaska Fashion Week.

A Brief History of Alaska Fashion Week

With the start of Alaska Fashion Week (AFW) 2014 nipping at our heels, EOTM’s Fashion editor, Carla B., takes a look back at the history of fashion in Alaska, the last frontier.

Alaska Fashion Week 2014

For fashion fanatics well, they eagerly wait, hungry for designers to unveil their collections to the world, taking copious notes from show to show, scrutinizing the trends, and talent-spotting the next model of the moment. However, through the flicker of the flashbulbs, the madness and the glamor, season after season, it’s finally time to stop and ask:

How did this spectacle known as Alaska Fashion Week come to be, specifically?

Long before Alaska Fashion Week became the display they are today, fashion reigned, as you may have guessed, in the salons of Northern Lights, subtly.

The concept of the fashion presentation dates back to the 1800′s, when Charles Fredrick Worth first developed the concept of showing his clientele a pre-prepared selection of original designs aka collection.  One of the most noteworthy functions of the association of fashion was to legally regulate the phrase haute couture – meaning it could only be used by registered members of the industry, and if you were good enough to be granted membership, well….. Voila! You, have arrived!

Notably, in 2012, the first Alaska Fashion Week’s calendar was launched by Dominique Liriano and his team, and they well….made beautiful history together. The AFW team was tasked with pulling together the best of the best — fashion designers from across the globe, highlighting their lines to fashionistas worldwide, and they did this with grand style. With the showcase of Nunez and Carlos De Moya’s MOD Factory Fashion Show the same year, fashion lovers witnessed another defining moment for Alaska – the one that turned the tables. Not only did this event break barriers for celebrity designers,  it also sparked the official inauguration of Alaska Fashion Week, which commenced the following year.

SEE ALSO: Top Models Strut the Cat Walk for Nunez and Carlos De Moya MOD Factory Fashion Show in Anchorage, Alaska.

For the past 3 years, celebrity designers have showcased their collections once a year in an extravaganza that would eventually put Alaska on the map, as a fashion city to watch. Seizing this opportunity to enhance the reputation and prestige of designers on the international scene.

Getty Images

So, what’s next? Is there a new twist? What can we except from AFW 2014?

Who knows how the media will continue to transform this event, with live streams of shows and instantaneous access to backstage action – all available to the world through EOTM Media Groups (@eotmpr) & AFW’s Twitter (@AFW2014) and other social media platforms. Whichever direction it takes, you can be sure that this dynamic and exhilarating event will continue to unfold like the beautiful designs it exhibits to the world.

The evolution of the concept of Alaska Fashion Week continues to evolve, we hope you join us.

RELATED: AFW 2014 — Line-Up Announced

Alaska Fashion Week 2014 and it’s festivities launches, May 29-June 1st.  Tickets for AFW 2014 are now available, click here to purchase.

AFW Press Portal

All the information you need on Alaska Fashion Week — full archive of press releases, vital documents and images from throughout the event.

RELATED: Fashion’s Power Forward: Alaska Fashion Week

By downloading any of the Alaska Fashion Week images, you are agreeing to use the photographs for non-commercial, editorial purposes only. Copyright EOTM Media Group, Tina Marie Photography & Getty Image.

For press & or sponsorship inquiries please contact:
Carla B., Senior Publicist
EOTM Media Group
Tel: 323-805-9948- Email: pr@eotmradio.com

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Alaska Fashion Week 2014: Chasing The Northern Lights


Alaska is known for many things ranging from it’s rugged beauty, spectacular mountains and great landscapes to the best foods and wine you can think of, but another sector that certainly touches the hearts of the Alaskan people — is the fashion industry.

That is why Alaska hosts some of the greatest fashion events that attract fashion lovers and designers from all over the world. Alaska Fashion Week is one great event that takes place only once a year but one that leaves a big mark on the city as well as on the visitors.

Fashions by Nigel Who

For some of the renowned fashion lovers and designers, Alaska fashion week is always an event to look forward to. This is because many things happen when designers arrive from all walks of life… and from all over the world, gracing the occasion with their creativity on the cat walks.

SEE ALSO: Exclusive Sneak Peek: What to Expect From Alaska Fashion Week 2014

Fashions by Nigel Who

It is not surprising that all the attention is already focused on the Alaska Fashion Week2014, because each event is always as fresh as it is new to both fashion buyers and designers. Everyone coming for the week-long trade fair comes with great expectations.

Day 1 of AFW 2014

 

They Shine Like Diamonds – Designers Jonas Andrew, Nigel Who?, E’Lione Designs & Courtney Allegra 

They Shine Like Diamonds – IFA Paris Designers Featured at Shanghai Fashion Week SS 2014 – See more at: http://www.ifaparis.com/media/news/2013/they-shine-diamonds-ifa-paris-designers-featured-shanghai-fashion-week-ss-2014#sthash.moPdk0OO.dpuf

Just as other events that have been held in the past years, the general expectation of the exhibitors as well as fashion enthusiasts and shoppers is to have a fully parked event with many things to see and buy as well as a forum to meet people in the fashion industry from all corners of the world.

Fashions by Jona Andrew

The expectations are clearly visible in the online activities that are already attracting lots of activities. Major fashion blogs are already full of relevant stories that can only trigger more expectations.

If you have not had a chance to attend any of the past events, you should probably mark your calendar — now.

Alaska Fashion Week 2014 begins April 3rd thru the 6th @ the beautiful Dena’ina Civic Center in Anchorage, Alaska.

Follow Alaska Fashion Week on Twitter @AFW2014 for breaking news in Fashion. Tickets are available for purchase via www.alaskafashionweek.com.

 

Model Jessica Hart falls from Victoria Secret’s grace after Taylor Swift diss

Published by EOTM News Editor on November 30th, 2013 - in Entertainment News, Fashion, Fashion News, Fashion Week

By Tawanda Cawthon

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According to a Page Six article posted on Friday Victoria’s Secret executives have decided to ax Australian model Jessica Hart from next year’s fashion show because of comments she made about Taylor Swift.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 19: Jess Hart arrives at the GQ Men of the Year awards at the Ivy Ballroom on November 19, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)

After walking the runway for the 2013 fashion show earlier this fall, Jessica was asked if she thought Taylor, who performed for the show, could pull it off as a lingerie model.

“No… God bless her heart. I think she’s great… But I don’t know, to me, she didn’t fit,” Jessica replied.

Best Buy Co, Inc.RELATED NEWS: Former Model Kylie Bisutti Slams Victoria’s Secret: ‘I Felt Like a Piece of Meat’

Her comment was widely reported by the media, with many perceiving it to be a diss of the singer. Jessica later tried to limit the damage by telling Us Weekly that Taylor “is a true rock star” who “absolutely killed it the other night.”

Needless to say, that just wasn’t enough.

According to sources, Victoria’s Secret execs have decided to not invite Jessica to next year’s fashion show nor will Hart be appearing in any upcoming catalogs.

All I’m gonna say is… I thought Taylor Swift did a slamming job…guess the haterade never stops.

News Source:

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‘Vanity Fair’ Announces Best-Dressed List of 2013

Published by EOTM News Editor on August 12th, 2013 - in Celebrity News, Entertainment News, Fashion, Fashion News

‘Vanity Fair’ Announces Best-Dressed List of 2013 (via NewsLook)

Video News by NewsLook Kerry Washington, Justin Timberlake, Kate Middleton and Beyonce are among our favorite celebrities to make Vanity Fair’s Best-Dressed List of 2013.

 

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Alaska Fashion Week – Day 3

By Carla B.

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Designer Parris Harris  dominated day three of Alaska Fashion Week 2013 (AFW).

Hailing from the west, Harris helped to make the day a most memorable fashion love  affair. Exemplifying a deep seated passion for the entire fashion process and celebrated the presentation of his collection in grandeur with fans and buyers alike.

Alaska Fashion Week: day 3 - Photo credit: Tina Marie Photography

The eccentric designer presented his personal line Parris & Harris as well as Brit Boy Fashions and its latest line, F.R.e.d and VP.

His models displayed capricious props and poses… as they sashayed up and down the runway and back again, all the while Parris or Harris (not sure which personality took over at that point) created a lively spectacle for fashionistas, which were just some of the ideas showcased by the designer.

 Recap: Alaska Fashion Week| Day 2

“What a pleasure to bring my own line Parris & Harris as well as Brit Boy Fashions and VP to Alaska. Passion is the heart of fashion and fashion is the air I breathe,” Parris Harris said.

Styles by: Parris Harris and I Style @ 2013 Alaska Fashion Week - Photo credit: Tina Marie Photography

I Style was up next and as the saying goes, “to whom much is given..much is expected”….I Style did not disappoint. A contemporary fashion line representing all facets of Alaska gear…from parkas to after five, office wear and runway chic cheeky designs.

BeWare Swimwear wrapped up the 3rd day of AFW, showcasing a series of swim inspired ensembles, and if you were not a fan of swimwear…well Beware would have quickly helped to change your mind. Yellows, reds, lavenders, paisleys, snake skin blueprints and so much more for both men and women.

“AFW was an amazing experience full of fun and excitement. I was so grateful how Alaska greeted me with opened arms and made me feel like home. The models were full of energy and hype, they kept me going. I loved everything about Alaska and can’t wait to do it again. AFW you Rock,” Mimi, BeWare designer says.

This event is sure to make those in Anchorage proud with the new arrival of Alaska Fashion Week. For years you have heard of fashion weeks around the world with major talk in the media about the Paris and New York shows. But, let the truth be told more and more cities around the world have joined in producing exclusive fashion shows that showcase local, national and international designers for department stores, clothing boutiques, celebrity stylists and fashion enthusiasts.

So, for that reason the producers of AFW felt that the time is now for Alaska to join in on the world fashion scene.
For more information or to purchase tickets call 907-310-9338.
2013 AFW Pics – click here to be redirected. Like AFW on Facebook.

 

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