Last evening, amongst the tents and lights and models, Marion Square converted into a mini mecca of the fashion industry with the kick off of the 10th annual Charleston Fashion Week. With a week of events guaranteed to outshine previous years from March 15-19, fans, designers, models, make up artists, musicians, dancers and even a hedgehog are in for a week of incredible memories and a future of great fashion talents.
Day one introduced the audience to emerging designers Destani Hoffman, JD Noble, Storm Dorris and Elias Gurrola who each brought a unique flavor to the runway. Donning from Alabama, Georgia and New York, this years emerging designers have stretched the limits of the East Coast.
The evening festivities sparkled with local business showcases from Bits of Lace Fine Lingerie, Shoes on King, Taxidermy, tres Carmen Boutique and 7Gypsy. With show stopping musical choreography from ritual chant to the iconic Whitney Houston, the first evening was deemed a tremendous success.
We invite you to experience the memories of the first of many incredible nights of Charleston Fashion Week with some visual memories of last evening.
Kick-ass dance number to open the night on the runway
Spectacular lighting to compliment the dance number
Elegant attire was in full gear
Creative designs on display.
Sometimes you got to hit the beat.
Class and style
Professionalism to the tee
Passion and focus
Designs of Elias Gurrola
Representing the head gear
All eyes on the models
Full line up of beauty
Overall, the staff, models, volunteers, caterers, bar staff, vendors and city officials created an atmosphere of energy. The showcase of talent in the Charleston community came prepared and showed once again how passion, creativity, motivation and a little dreaming can make any fantasy a reality.
None of this would not be possible were it not for the visual of founder and MC Ayoka Lucas who has brought now a decade long tradition to Charleston.
If you would like to be part of Charleston Fashion Week, tickets are still available – Click Here