The excitement for Friday nights designers has come and they did not disappoint. Charlotte was buzzing with excitement from models excited about the amazing designs they would be showcasing, the fashion community mingling and anticipating the must see designers and parents overjoyed with watching their children hit the runway. It was a night celebrated by breathtaking fashion and the talented designers leaving their hearts on the runway.
Stevie Boi was the show opener and he wowed the crowed with his collection of black and white fashion looks constructed of leather, sheer fabrics, cropped tops, sheath dresses and casual wear. His eye-catching accessories and added visual elements definitely excited the crowd for what the other designers would have in store.
Photos: Erin L. Hubbs
Tsvety designs were absolutely amazing! Her collection was filled with leather, fringe, cutouts, pleating and sheer. I loved everything about this collection from the maroon and black inspired color scheme to the mysterious sex appeal of her garments.
Brendam Combs collection was very innovative using shiny patent leathers and iridescent materials. It added a futuristic feel and allowed you to see how well he was able to manipulate these fabrics to make amazing fashion looks.
Pixton Design Group all I can say is breathtaking! I was at the edge of my seat when these ladies hit the runway. I loved everything about this collection from the various classic silhouettes, the bold use of color and jewels, sheer, sequence, jumpsuits, plunging necklines, backless options…..fabulous! The hair and makeup was flawless, adding accessories such as fur made the fashion looks more glamorous and adding bold colors such as red, black and gold really turned heads on the runways.
Walena Karaszewicz was the shows closing designer and her designs were very whimsical, she used different patterns along with solids, various silhouettes, textures and sheer. She showcased casual looks, dresses and sheer gowns which were breathtaking. The gowns were constructed of sheer, lace, jewels and embroidery. A great way to end a night of revolutionary fashion.
Photography: Erin Hubbs of Carolina Style Magazine