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Meet the Carolina Designers Showing at Charleston Fashion Week

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Meet the Carolina Designers Showing at Charleston Fashion Week

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Since its inception Baker Motor Company: Charleston Fashion Week has made it their mission to showcase emerging designers all across the East Coast. Which is why the emerging designers competition is held in such high regard; seen as the catalyst for launching many a career for up-and-coming fashion designers. This year there are 16 semifinalist competing to win the following prizes: a private meeting with head of New York Fashion Week, Fern Mallis, private showing in the New York City retail store, $10,000 to launch personal line, as well as a guaranteed internship with New York Fashion Week. Of the 16 designers 7 are either from or have strong ties to the Carolinas, possibly making us a little bias — at least we admit it, right? [insert sweet southern smile]. All in all we wish every designer lots of luck and we can’t wait to see who comes out on top!

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Dana is a twenty-something Brooklyn born, Charleston, S.C. bred, self proclaimed EATER and recent Winthrop University graduate. Go Eagles! When she is not in her on-again-off-again relationship with the gym she can be found searching for the perfect cup of black coffee or ‘playing outfits in her closet.’ Her obsessions include but are not limited to: brunch, weenies (dachshunds), shopping and NPR podcast. Be sure to follow her on Instagram & Twitter.

Dana is a twenty-something Brooklyn born, Charleston, S.C. bred, self proclaimed EATER and recent Winthrop University graduate. Go Eagles! When she is not in her on-again-off-again relationship with the gym she can be found searching for the perfect cup of black coffee or ‘playing outfits in her closet.’ Her obsessions include but are not limited to: brunch, weenies (dachshunds), shopping and NPR podcast. Be sure to follow her on Instagram & Twitter.

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