Charlotte Fashion Guild Style Week has been night after night of talented designers showcasing their creative and innovative collections on the runway. Friday was no different, each designer showed up ready to wow the crowd with their amazing designs.
First collections presented would be that of Enemy to Fashion; a timeless modern brand rooted in classic Americana, using vintage fabrics tied together and modern accents to create an authentic style. Enemy to Fashion looks had a militant feel, using army greens, army fatigues, bullet proof vests and classic trench coats.
The second designer Zachary Nathaniel’s collection was black and white themed. He used maxi length skirts, halter top a-line gowns, trumpet style gowns made of printed fabric and long sleeve maxi gowns with trains. This collection was made up of classic silhouettes with an edge.
Third designer, Ritu Bhat, serves Indian inspired couture, her collection consisted of gorgeous gowns, cropped tops and shirts covered with jewels and beading. Each look was accompanied by a matching handbag and hair accessory. Each ensemble looked meticulously made using beautiful vibrant fabric and jewels.
Fourth designer, textile designer and colorist Tsvety McAuliffe’s collection consisted of a variety of dress lengths using flowing green and white fabric. Dresses were constructed with mesh fabric, pleating and structured details.
Fifth designer Kyle Matas wowed the crowd with his structured jumpsuits, color blocking and use of prints in unconventional ways. Re-creating the classic button up using sheer fabric and cutouts of fabric.
Briana Dione’s collection left the crowd cheering with her use of bright bold colors, feminine silhouettes and to die for full length gowns.
Lastly, designer Stevie Boi left the crowd speechless with his very creative and head turning designs consisting of jeweled shades, leather detailing and sheer fabric.
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