DENVER, COLORADO – This spring, Denver can officially say it has its own fashion week. Formerly known as Denver Fashion Weekend, 303 Magazine is happy to announce that it is launching Denver Fashion Week (DFW) on March 18-25. In addition, DFW is proud to say it is now partnering with Denver Arts & Venues, Visit Denver, Denver Art Museum and The Paper Fashion Show in an effort to grow the event.
“We recognize Denver Fashion Week as a well-primed step in supporting our fast-growing fashion industry in Denver and Colorado. The diversity of Fashion Week programming and dialog exchange will help to amplify Denver’s reputation for design on a national scale, while continuing to attract the attention of new audiences and growing the fashion industry through career-development,” said Lisa Gedgaudas, Denver Arts & Venues
With this announcement comes a huge new lineup of events, happening all week long. On March 18, our children’s fashion show returns that afternoon alongside a bridal runway show and the 303 Awards in the evening. Then, Monday through Wednesday, Denver Fashion Week will host industry workshops for models, boutiques and designers, as well as trunk shows, sales events and more. For these workshops, we will host local industry leaders, acclaimed designers from New York City and expert panels. The Denver Art Museum will also host an exclusive media discussion with fashion illustrator, Jim Howard. The media event will take place on March 21 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. as a part of Fashion Week and his exhibit at the museum: Drawn to Glamour: Fashion Illustrations. Denver Art Museum will directly share the media event invite, so keep an eye on your inbox. For all other events, go here to see the full schedule.
As always, we will showcase the best in local fashion as well as international designs. Below you’ll see our full lineup. 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.
All events below will take place at Wings Over the Rockies (7711 E Academy Blvd #1, Denver). The Paper Fashion Show will occur on Friday, March 23 at the Denver Center For Performing Arts Seawell Ballroom (1101 13th St, Denver).
Sunday, March 18
Children’s Fashion Show (Doors 3 p.m, show 4 p.m).
Dimple For Kids
Heloise Children’s Boutique
Peach and Penny
The Secret Boutique
303 Awards and Bridal Fashion Show (Doors 7 p.m., show 8:30 p.m.)
Marie-Margot Bridal Couture
Thursday, March 22
Non-traditional night (Doors at 7 p.m., show at 9 p.m.)
Rachel Marie Hurst
Night by Charlie Price
Stevie Boi exclusive collection
Sunday, March 25
Hairshow and SW Hairstylings Awards
Flora and Fauna
Duane Topping & Hannah Werling
Kotomi Yoshida & Stephan Lauren
Maggie Burns & Alicia McQuilliams
Rachel Marie & Hailey Hodapp
Tyne Hall & Bri Bird
Fire and Water
The Look Salon
Goldie x Bob
Rita B Salon
For high-resolution images go, here: http://bit.ly/DFWSpring18
For questions about tickets, general info or to set up an interview please contact Brittany@303magazine.com; For questions about photography please contact Kyle.Cooper@303magazine.com. The official hashtag of Denver Fashion Week is #303DFW.
When: March 18 to 25, 2018
Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum – March 18 / 21 / 22 / 24 / 25
McNichols Civic Center Building – March 19 / 20
Denver Center For Performing Arts Seawell Ballroom – March 23
Hot pink, bubblegum, rose gold, magenta, lilac, icy blue, aquamarine, and silver. As crazy as it sounds, these are all of the colors I’ve ever dyed my hair. I will be the first to admit, it can come off as quite puzzling if you aren’t well acquainted with me. There are plenty of reasons I choose to dye my hair every color of the rainbow, these are just a few of them:
As it might become apparent, I am interested in the overarching realm of art. In my opinion, all things beauty and fashion related fall into the artistry category. It’s a tough thing for a multitude of people to understand because it is often misunderstood as something that requires little skill or intelligence. Being heavily involved in the industry myself, I can attest to the true talent and diligence it takes to become successful in the field. There are endless opportunities that can take you down very different avenues. From fashion marketing to hairdressing to becoming a makeup artist, you can find and pursue a career out of a diverse pool. For these reasons, this field has always sparked heavy interest with me, allowing me to become who I want to be.
With that little bit of contextual stuff out of the way, coloring my hair has truly molded into apart of my identity. It allows me total freedom of expression and I am able to continually change my hair to fit my evolving personality. I feel the ability to show others that, while my hair might not dictate all of who I am, it exhibits my expressive, creative, fun personality. I enjoy experimenting not only with my hair, but who I am, what I like, and what best displays ME! It creates a sense of self, much like the way I identify with clothing.
Along with the idea of expression, I have always been an individual before anything else. Of course I went through my stage of conformity when I was young and impressionable, but as I have grown older, I have come to the realization that I like to stand out. Not for any vein, selfish reasons, but it just feels right for who I am. I am unapologetically me and will always be, no matter what anyone thinks about me or my hair.
I have noticed immense changes in the professional industry in regards to colored hair as well. Especially with the field I am hoping to one day be involved with, the preconceived notions of dyed hair are radically changing. As the times, and with that society, continue to shape and form around new ideas, people are beginning to realize that colored hair doesn’t deem you as an unprofessional employee. I get compliments from people of various age groups, often receiving the most positive feedback from older people. Thankfully, the fashion industry is so accepting of free expression that I will (hopefully) be able to keep my hair for as long as I want.
As much as I don’t like to admit it, there will be a day when I have a normal hair color. This day is not anytime soon as I plan to keep experimenting with my hair. To some people it might seem absurd, understandably too. But to me, it makes me happy and it helps create a sliver of who I am. I can thank colored hair because, even one day when I am without it, it helped shape apart of me that I will carry on forever.
February 2, 2018 – Structure, texture, form – these three words perfectly describe the mere essence of the designs that took over the runway in the Spring 2018 Couture show. Taking place in none other than Paris, the week of January 22, 2018 – February 1, 2018 was an unforgettable week featuring some of the world’s most renowned designers. There were a plethora of designers that showcased their best work, but I am going to be examining what makes my favorites, my favorites.
All photos courtesy of Vogue.
1. Viktor & Rolf
I would describe myself as a person who falls into the fashion category of more grungy, streetwear style. Rarely do I wear pinks, frilly dresses, or girly ensembles. In spite of this, Viktor & Rolf’s designs blew me away. The bright and vibrant color palette mixed with the sophisticated structure was a recipe for an intriguing show. Their innovative play on structure created a recognizable look, especially from this specific runway presentation.
This pale pink woven mini dress hit all of the areas for me. Between the perfect fit to flatter almost any body shape, the open neckline, and a finishing detail of the lavender bow, I was taken aback with this piece. It caught my eye online and from there on, I was hooked.
The other thing Viktor & Rolf did well was the use of three dimensional elements and structure. The use of roses peeking off of the mask was innovative and made the design stand out. Not only did the roses extend and elevate this outfit, the bows cinching the front of the dress gave a gorgeous structure while adding size. Though this isn’t a casual outing piece, runway designs are meant to be artistic, creative, and innovative. The pastel green mini dress was my absolute favorite. Again, the use of the flowers gives the dress a distinct dimension and creates an elegance to the look. When mixed with the deep purple choker-like necktie, the dress felt a heavy juxtaposition in color and this WORKED! I think Viktor & Rolf’s pieces did it all. Every single one of them.
2. A.F. Vandevorst
Doing a complete 180, this designer focuses heavily on the depths of design. From deeper colors to a completely different complexity to the pieces, A.F. Vandevorst is a memorable designer.
I want to start off this look by pointing out the insanely amazing corset belt the model is wearing. Featuring an abundance of pockets with zippers, buttons, and flaps, this piece alone will change the way purses and handbags are worn. This slow transition from purses to wearable storage items is becoming apparent with many mainstream trends already. As we have seen a lot, (too much for my liking) the fanny pack quietly made its way back into the trend circle this past year. Though not everyone was on board with it, it will alter the perception of other forms of the fanny pack. As shown above, this fanny pack-esque belt will possibly become a new way to store your items as opposed to a purse. Though there will probably never be a permanent or complete shift out of purses (since they do add so much elevation to an outfit) there will be a shift in more casual ways to carry personal items. I also appreciate the all black, grungier look. The leather arm sleeves with a cotton upper hoodie was the perfect way to incorporate a little bit more into a casual piece.
Recently worn by Bella Hadid for their runway show as well as Rihanna and Hailee Steinfeld for the Grammy’s, Vauthier is everywhere. Structure is the characterizing quality of his work. This first look features the most beautiful mix of a muted emerald with a hint of blue. The heavy draping of this dress flowed in such a complicated way. Every piece has an elaborate form to it and he is always introducing unprecedented styles to the fashion world.
Red was Alexandre’s COLOR! The quality and radiance of these reds are incomparable, like nothing I have truly seen before. Once again, it is evident that structure plays an essential role in making his pieces notable. From a viewer/consumer perspective, the construction of his looks is incomprehensible; plain and simple. Alexandre Vauthier is probably my favorite runway designer right now, for good and obvious reasons.
Finishing off, I will stick with an eminent figure in the fashion world since the beginning of time – Chanel. You don’t have to be heavily involved in fashion to know that Coco Chanel is one of the reigning leaders in this industry. The timeless, classic designs are what will never outdate the brand and keep fashion-savvy people around the world yearning for a piece. This runway presentation took place in a French-style garden; what could have been better for this line? Texture was obviously an important part of this season’s looks. Tweed was the main texture Chanel’s line played around with this year, though it is always incorporated as apart of their signature look.
Tweed from head to toe. Even the shoes! This ensemble looks like it came straight out of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. This look really emanates the stereotypical 1940’s “brunch with the girlfriends” – which I adore. The color palette is absolutely exquisite and the rage of structured shoulders is coming back. Finished off with a beautiful flowered veil, this whole look was a hit.
Like mentioned before, Chanel is timeless. If that isn’t obvious enough from these photos and designs, the elegance of patterns like sheer overlays and beautiful beading should be enough to tell. I can’t ever say I am blown away with Chanel because, in all honesty, they do it right every time; they are just expected to be exceptional.
The Spring 2018 Couture runway presentations prove once again that fashion is always evolving and molding as a product of its time, but can be such a timeless source of art as well. There were so many different styles and designs that took over Paris this past week and it enthralled me to say the least. I am so excited to see what the rest of the fashion weeks have in store this year.
January 20, 2018 – Is it good? Well it’s never good enough for Justin Great. The energy was sky high on Friday night as people flooded into the Justin Great Season 2 Launch Party. Hosted at Urban Mix in Denver, the party was bound to come alive with food, drinks, music, dancing, and fashion.
New to the Denver scene but not a rookie when it comes to the fashion scene, Justin wanted to leave his mark with his newest line. The main style idea his clothing reflects is streetwear. I was initially intrigued by this because I’m quite invested in the streetwear culture myself. Not only this, but streetwear isn’t as prominent in Denver as it is in New York or LA – places Justin has worked before. The unique ideas surrounding streetwear create shifts in culture and allow people to be creative and open when it comes to expressing their style. Streetwear normally aims at both comfort and individuality – an appealing combination to many people interested in the realm of fashion. It is continually evolving and new concepts are introduced regularly to allow a diverse style to come to life.
Overall, my favorite concept from his work is the idea of a more unisex line that is simple and effortless. Streetwear can generally be made for both men and women because of the oversized fit and gender neutral designs. These cropped crewneck sweaters were simple and understated in the best way. With the slogan “GOOD IS THE ENEMY OF GREAT,” an encapsulating quotation that his line heavily revolves around, it kept it interesting and unique while still being effortless. These pieces are easy to wear, something Great was striving for when creating this line. When asked what one overarching statement was that really captured the essence of his line, Great said, “[it’s] Effortless. You can put it on and you don’t have to think.” This concept was quite popular with the crowd too. People loved the idea of an easy-to-throw-on piece that complements any outfit.
My personal favorite was the “White T-Shirt.” The white-on-white with the basic white scoop neck tee was genius. Sometimes less is more and this piece made that evident. The simplicity of this shirt is what gives it meaning. This piece is easy to throw on but will add extra detail to an outfit in substitution to a plain white shirt. I could definitely see the influence of other notable streetwear brands in this specific piece. Justin Great could pick out many different brands he identifies with but the three he rocks with the most are Ralph Lauren, Greg Lauren, and Off-White. An essential combination, these three brands/designers seem to influence Justin’s own pieces.
The event itself was an interesting concept that shed a new light on fashion events in Denver. The show was prerecorded in a concrete basement and projected on a screen on loop. Instead of the traditional show, this spin on it was new and refreshing to see. Though I would have enjoyed watching people sport the clothes in person, this alternative was creative, something that captured the attention of the viewers. The visuals matched the rest of the Justin Great vibe, simplistic and aesthetically pleasing. I will have to admit, this idea won me over even though I wasn’t so sure about it to begin with.
Once again, matching the general aesthetic of Justin Great, the logo was clean, professional, and sharp. I appreciated the look because it could easily one day be an iconic logo, one that is recognized whenever it’s seen. The quality of his denim products was unmatchable. The stitching and line work was nearly immaculate and the designs were innovative and creative.
I couldn’t have been more impressed with the uniqueness of the event. Justin opted to not only create an impressive clothing line, he hosted an interactive affair as well. A local dance group wowed the crowd with an energetic routine. Cheers echoed through the room as people were astonished by the moves this group had. Happening about midway through, Justin knew this would get the people in even higher spirits. It worked. The people loved it and it elevated the event to an even higher standard. Justin, being a man of many talents, decided to share another aptitude he possessed. He performed a new song that he had just released. I was so impressed with the drive and work ethic he had to not only limit himself to one area of creation, but to expand on many others.
The Justin Great Season 2 release event was one for the books. Between his awe-inspiring clothing line and ability to throw a killer show, he really did it all. I will be sure to look out for more clothing and events by Great in the future. Congratulations on such a successful turn out, Justin!
More photos from the event:
January 18, 2018 – Life is charging full speed ahead again as the holiday season comes to an abrupt, and seemingly too short, end. With that comes picking out outfits on the go and possibly for the cooler temperatures. I will be sharing what clothing items I’ve been loving lately and how they fit as the perfect puzzle pieces to my ever-growing wardrobe.
All photos courtesy of Nathan Daine.
As we experience our first (or what seems like the first due to this insanely warm weather) snow of the winter season, it is obvious that a coat is a necessity to taking on the frigid temperatures. A coat is often the most essential part of a winter outfit because it is the outer most piece of the entire look. Unfortunately, for most people the coat is often thrown on the back burner. Because it is a heftier piece of material, it is usually a pricer piece that should be invested in. Coats aren’t usually seen as items that can enhance and elevate a look, just as something to keep you warm until you get somewhere you can take it off. For me, not until recently did I understand how important it is for my coat to not be neglected as apart of my outfits. Since I have come to this realization and have started investing in nicer coats, I have noticed that I am happier with my outfits, even when it is freezing outside.
For this first look, believe it or not, I THRIFTED this insanely exquisite and unique coat.
This is my newest edition to my closet and possibly a new favorite. For obvious reasons, this jacket is capable of potentially taking over the world. To begin with, its thick, puffer like material has been keeping me extremely cozy the past few days. I must look super comfortable because I have gotten a fair share of comments on how snug I look. Its distinct color combination of an emerald green and sapphire blue with an almost metallic finish are bound to stand out in any event. The mid length and (perfect) oversized frame of the coat flatter my small legs without swallowing me up. The best part is surely the top back of the jacket where a funky greenery pattern accompanied by a velvet finish swirls over top. To finish off the amazingness of this jacket, a thin gold braided strand complements the tones of the jacket while making it stand out just a little bit more. Since this jacket was the star of the show, I decided to pair it with a plain black turtleneck, some vinyl/leather pants from BlankNYC, my blanket scarf from Asos, and a pair of sock booties from EgoOfficial.
My next look focuses on the oversized sweater. I opted to tuck this specific one in because I was wearing a checkered belt that I wanted to peek-a-boo. This white, fuzzy sweater is from TopShop. It hangs perfectly in all the right places and can work well as a staple piece or can be styled as a statement piece with other accessories. I opted for an all black and white outfit to keep a smooth and clean look. I paired the beret because I liked the juxtaposition of the moto/edgier pieces (the belt, shoes, and pants) with the softer pieces (the beret and sweater). This outfit combined two different styles that I often tend to lean towards.
For the third look (Note: this set of photos is provided by me hence the not as quality pictures) I have been obsessing over this burgundy velvet quilted jacket from Zara. Its long length and shapeless figure drape on my body quite nicely. Although the jacket is a deep burgundy, the velvet reflects the color off and gives it an almost shiny vibrance. Because it is long and the color is radiant, I tend to pair this jacket with all black to make it the statement piece. It is a lighter material so it’s good for the chillier days that don’t require a heavy duty jacket but it can also layer on top of things. Once again, I am happy I invested in this jacket.
It’s safe to say that coats and jackets have been my go to for making an outfit on the go not only fabulous but warm as well. Those are the few things that I have been loving recently.
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January 10, 2018 – 1950’s everything was all the rage on Sunday evening when the SIE Film Center and Denver Film Society hosted a special screening of the movie Phantom Thread. Starring Daniel Day Lewis in the 1950’s London fashion era, he played a renowned dressmaker who crossed paths with a beautiful young woman, one that eventually changes his bachelor confirmed ways. Twists change the predicted plot line dramatically throughout creating an unforeseeable movie. Fortunately, we got to spend the evening with timeless fashion as styles hit the red carpet, daring all their best designer wear. Here are some of our favorite looks:
Kicking off the evening was the exuberant radio and TV personnel Denise Plante. Her gorgeous vintage inspired dress was perfect to steal the spotlight in all night. The black mesh overlay created the perfect voluptuous flare to her tulle skirt. The white polka dots were the cherry on top; not to mention black and white polka dots are totally back in style RIGHT NOW! And she could never forget how important it is to make sure her dress spun perfectly under the right circumstances.
Judith Boyd, better known as Style Crone, took over next. It was hard to decide what piece I enjoyed best from her fabulous ensemble. Between the matching satin ivory headpiece and glove set to the stunning silver metallic ballgown, Style Crone was poised, elegant, and sophisticated – everything a 1950’s inspired fashionista should be.
This stunning couple waltzed down the red carpet like they belonged there. Kiri’s gorgeous black satin peplum dress flattered her so perfectly for the occasion. She didn’t stop there though. Paired with a dainty but stated necklace, a faux fur overlay, satin gloves, a Beauty and the Beast-esque clutch, and black heels, she came prepared to strut the carpet.
Michelle Baldwin, @viviennevavoom, must have pulled out her most overstated shirt in her wardrobe but I couldn’t have loved it more! Her diner-esque multicolored button down was styled ever so perfectly with a black flared midi skirt cinching the waist… of course – its the 1950’s! A little black hat and purse topped off the entire look. She grazed the carpet with such grace, a true beam of light.
I wish we could bring back the popularity of ringlet updos and high waisted slacks for men. The 1950’s era of fashion is sometimes looked over but always remembered as timeless. Today, I find that my personal style is often inspired by hints from this era as its classic style offers a full range of styling options.
Check out a little recap of our night on our Instagram as well!
Fashion Camp for kiddos 5-13!
Saturday, January 27th 2018
2875 Blake Street
REGISTRATION AT THE BOTTOM
Join the Fashion Denver team for Fashion Camp 2018!!
Fashion Denver’s fashion camps are designed to unleash the creativity for kids interested in the fashion world. With special guests from the Colorado fashion community to hands on activities in designing accessories and an outfit, our campers end the day with a walk down the runway in their design that they created.
We have an amazing crew of creative designers leading this fashion camp as Megan Timlin, Duane Topping, Tennisia Littleton, Ruth Peterson, Scott Young, Meredith Harris and the crew from Floyd’s 99 Barbershop bring creativity and fun to the day!
This one day camp includes the following:
Kindness coordination activity: This camp, I’ll be doing a “getting to know you activity” as an icebreaker for the campers get to know eachother, make new friends, share goals and fears, and most importantly, understand that fashion, beauty and style is from within and that each of them are beautiful human beings.
Colors/ brainstorming / drawing: Artist and interior designer Ruth Peterson along with artist Scott Young, will be leading our campers on a creative exercise playing with color and art. This activity is designed to get the creative juices flowing as they begin their day.
Megan Timlin is going to inspire the campers with hats and will be doing an interactive activity of Styling Hats Through the Ages. She’ll be bringing a trunk of all different kinds of hats and sharing her career in fashion.
Design and create with Duane Topping: The incredibly talented designer Duane Topping will be sharing a little bit about his career in fashion and will lead the campers on an adventure as we deconstruct a t-shirt and see the endless possibilities of transforming this tee into a beautiful and unique fashion piece.
Model coaching: We bring in the absolutely talented Tennisia Littleton, model and fashion event producer to work with our campers on how to walk with confidence down the runway and how to pose in front of the camera. We believe that models should be all shapes and sizes and that truly that beauty is captivated in the uniqueness of all of our campers.
Hair & makeup: Our campers get pampered when we partner up with Floyd’s 99 Barbershop! Their creative team will be doing hair and makeup with each camper making them runway ready!
Debut on the runway: At the end of fashion camp, we roll out our red carpet and campers get to show off their designs that they’ve been working on. It is so much fun to see their creativity and heart on the runway!
Meredith Harris is there to capture the red carpet moment!
Fashion Camp is a day to remember! With new friendships being formed, creativity exploding through fashion, and confidence coming out as each hour goes by, it truly is a joy to witness. We strongly encourage parents to stay for the fun and participate!
We are so grateful for the volunteers who help to make fashion camp possible!
January 4, 2018 – As 2017 comes to a close, the trends of the fashion world are reviewed and even predicted into the new year. Are these trends still around? Will they be around next year? How did I feel about them? Upon assessing and analyzing this years craze, I am looking forward to the unique, funky trends 2018 will bring.
The Baker Boy Hat – This was easily the biggest rage of 2017. The Baker Boy hat was seen on every celebrity, influencer, and person this year. Because of its ability to elevate an outfit by just a simple touch (or possibly cover up a horrid hair day) this trend looked so cute with even the simplest outfit. Though this trend stayed afloat for an extensive amount of time, it recently has declined in popularity throughout the past few months. This trend probably won’t be following us into 2018.
The Beret – Speaking of hats, the beret made a name for itself universally this past year. Known for its French origins, the beret became a trend worldwide. Lucky for me, I had been to Paris a few years prior so when I saw this trend on the rise I instantly pulled that baby from my closet where it was tucked away. I loved seeing this trend internationally, it just shows how quickly fashion flows from one place to the next. This was a quick trend to come and go though. I think it is a lot more timeless when compared to the other trends so I am sure it won’t necessarily completely disappear.
The Puffer Jacket – As winter made its way into the fashion scene this year it brought along an old classic. Puffer jackets were all the rage this season. Being a coat that has already been around for plenty of time, it was nothing new to the fashion world. This time around, though, it offered more than just protection from the cold. When worn with track pants, a turtleneck, and tennis shoes, it can be a casual streetwear look but easily transformed with some nicer trousers and a pair of sock booties. It plays the role of both warmth and style in one. I predict this trend continues through the 2018 winter season but probably subsides when the next winter comes around.
Yellow – It is clear that yellow became the new IT color in 2017. Its vibrancy and radiance allows it to create moody vibes as well as happy ones. It worked well in the summer for the brighter season but transitioned seamlessly into fall with puffer coats and bags. The it color is always changing so my educated guess would lead me to believe there will be another color trending soon.
Small Sunglasses – From oversized aviators in the previous years to small vintage sunnies, this trend took over 2017. A few years ago everyone couldn’t stop wearing their favorite pair of oversized glasses because of that too-cool-for-you look it offered. Now small sunglasses are all the craze. The vintage look and timeless frame choices flatter almost anyone without engulfing the entire face. Usually worn down near the tip of the nose, they still give one that too-cool-for-you look without swallowing the face.
Gingham – The new plaid you say? This trend took over every platform and space in the fashion world. From pants to dresses, this craze was all the rage this summer especially. It was simple and easy to style with white platform tennis shoes or thick heeled booties. Layering jewelry was a popular paired choice to help upgrade the pattern. This trend is not seen anymore and lost prevalence following the end of the summer. It was a quick trend and probably won’t be seen for many years to come.
Work Attire – MODERN work attire is the key to this one. Trouser pants and blazers flooded the fashion market and could be found in any store. From stores like Zara to designers like Alexander Wang, youthful business attire was a defining moment of 2017 fashion. Because of the classy, timeless look, it has always been around. But the contemporary twists and even more casual hints have transformed the work look into something for anyone, it no longer requires a corporate desk to rock.
Personally, I love the yellow trend as well as the work attire trend. Yellow is so fun and my absolute favorite color not to mention. It adds a level of dimension to any outfit. As much as I love a classic all black outfit, I think the yellow is different and unique to rock, it definitely will make you stand out in a crowd. The business casual looks help me stay clean, polished, and professional all while keeping up with the trends. Overall, 2017 offered a multitude of trends that quickly became my favorites. As I do see some trends fading in the near future, style is always about what you LOVE TO WEAR! I know that, although the color yellow might not be the color of the year by this time next year, I will still be rockin’ it!
2018, I hope you have some funky trends in store!
Phantom Thread Special Screening
SIE Film Center
Sunday, January 7th at 6:00PM
Fashion Denver friends!!We are kicking off 2018 in style by partnering with Focus Features and Denver Film Society to help host their Red Carpet Fashion Show advance screening of Paul Thomas Anderson’s PHANTOM THREAD!
Come dressed in your best 1950’s or designer attire to this themed event, and walk the red carpet like a true celebrity! There will be photo ops on the carpet for all attendees, including big time prizes for the best costumes and fun drink specials at the bar.
For your chance to win a pair of reserved seats to the special screening event, please email FocusFeaturesDenver@gmail.com with your full name and birthdate. Please include “PHANTOM FASHION” in the subject line for your entry to be valid.
Entry deadline is Friday, January 5th at 9:00AM MT and winners will be contacted via email. *ONE entry per household and you must be 18 years or older to enter. #PhantomThread