To be in vogue is to be on the pulse of fashion. To possess a certain panache and sense of style that reverberates with a moment in time. While many fashion trends are typically dictated on the runways of Paris and Milan, they are thrust into the mainstream vernacular via the racks of fashion boutiques across the country and around the globe.
Midwest Fashion Week is releasing details today regarding their upcoming production in New York taking place during the Fall 2016 season. While Midwest Fashion Week Director and Catou Fashion Designer, Berny Martin, has participated as a guest designer for New York Fashion Week for the last seven years, this will be the Indianapolis-based production company’s first title event in the Big Apple to date.
FashionGHANA.com announces the launch of Accra Fashion Week. The organization has served as a hub for fashion news in Ghana and has taken it upon itself to launch a fashion week that will take place in the heart of Ghana, Accra.
INDIANAPOLIS, February 27, 2014—At a time when most are looking forward to spring trends of the coming season, Indianapolis-based Midwest Fashion Week is gearing up for its week-long events that will showcase regional, national and international designers’ fall/winter 2014 collections. The much anticipated events are returning to the Circle City, March 15-22 with a full schedule.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (January 10th, 2014) – Midwest Fashion Week (MFW) is hosting a model casting call, Sunday, January 19th, 2014. Runway fashion showcase dates: March 20-22 at the Artsgarden, Indianapolis, IN.
On May 19, 2012 Indianapolis will get a taste of African fashion when models take to the catwalk at the Indianapolis Museum of Art for the Taste of Africa Fashion Show, a fundraiser for the Georges Malaika Foundation’s School for Girls in the Congo.
THE FIRST ANNUAL Taste of Africa Fashion Show at the Indianapolis Museum of Art on May 19, 2012 will feature Spring collections from Congolese fashion designers, as well as African art and food. The annual event will empower African girls by sponsoring educational programs that teach sewing skills to girls in Africa. This year, the event will benefit The Georges Malaika Foundation’s School for Girls in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.