Denver Fashion Week Spring "18"
BIG thank-you to 303 Magazine and DFW= Denver Fashion Week for putting on another amazing Denver Fashion Week and allowing Femme Fatale Intimates to showcase this years Bridal Lingerie! All the designers, participants, glam squads that slayyed this fashion week! Being a part of this event can be so breathtaking, the intensity that can't be denied can take over! All for the love of fashion! The teams that are strategically placed with each designer are experienced, and professional with each moment into the days of fashion week! I've been so blessed to have the opportunity to work with the most professional models, glam squads, photographers. The professionalism in this community is so amazing, I just can't wait to have another opportunity to work this amazing week!
Denver Fashion Week (DFW) kicked off last night at Wings Over the Rockies for its inaugural season. The former three-day event expanded into a week of runways, workshops, industry parties and more. Last night was the debut of two new concepts for the event, including the first-ever DFW bridal-only show and the children’s fashion show, which was conceived only last summer. Both runways were hosted at the beautiful aerospace museum where models hit the catwalk under the shadows of giant aircrafts. The daytime children’s event presented a wide range of designers. The lineup included petite ready-to-wear by Dimple For Kids, couture handsewn dresses by Peach and Penny and prom dresses by The Secret Boutique. There was even a special runway surprise from The Beauty Underground, the artistic team behind DFW.
The theme of the night was indeed bridal, but each designer focused on different elements of wedding wear. Femme Fatale Intimates started off the evening the way most wedding nights would end — with lingerie. Models in various stages of undress flaunted delicate but ultra sexy unmentionables in shades of white. Nuorikko, another local brand, followed with a more traditional, but exquisite showcase. Separates and clean lines were the name of the game for the brand known for its custom pieces. Next DFW veteran, Marie Margot Couture ended the first segment with a beautiful display of custom wedding dresses and a few separates but deviated at the end with a gorgeous black tulle ballgown.
This year, we are proud to announce Stevie Boi — an NYC designer known for his work with Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Madonna and others. He will present a brand new, exclusive line on Thursday, March 22 of Denver Fashion Week. Our non-traditional night featuring models of all shapes, sizes, ages and orientations will also return on Thursday, March 22 in addition to our National Designers and Hair Show March 24 and 25.
Just a overview of a couple night of DFW. Stay tunes for more information on future shows and castings! Looking forward to not only attend, but hope to contunie to showcase for such a phenomenal event and amazing staff.
Thank you again to Abraham Aharonian, Charlie Price, Hannah Werling for all the endless support!