Fade to Light's Runway Recap
Though quite difficult to see in the dark lighting and mysterious black veils, the coats in Studio SKB's collection were lovely.
Once the veils were off, this free swinging skirt gets props for being appealing to multiple generations.
Fade to Light encourages the drama, Veil & Valor introduced their set with a ballerina.
While some of the looks bordered the line between costume and bold, this big print spoke to their textiles skills.
Bryce Black's modern day Tina Turner look had all eyes glued to its fringey goodness.
Black brought in some minimalist outerwear in bold fabric choices creating a big city cutting edge vibe.
He ended the collection with a sequin gown fit for many body types.
Altar (formerly MagBig) pushed the sheer in their collection presenting an incredible wearable cohesive line.
The simple prints, and fringe accents will sell like hot cakes.
A sheer jumpsuit felt like a new twist on an old standard.
WWJJD are the kings of tailored men's shirts. I think it's a strength few have.
Adelheid Bergin's collection was nearly all in prints that felt too quilt-y for me to love, but their final number in solid was a sweet dream.
Newbie Stephanie Says showed a small line with the hand-dyed textiles creating the eye-candy.
Garnish debuted a large line with a mix of stand out prints.
And other chic separates.
Rogue Minx showed for the first time and had a stylish black-heavy collection.
They get extra points for styling with animal purses.
Michelle Lesniak showed a combination of swimwear in beautiful prints with silk ready to wear pieces.
The prints were a large part of the collection called "Falling Upwards."
Her theme of hot air balloons can be seen throughout the collection in the pulls and contrasting pieces.
And a fancy gown to end on.