Philly Fashion Week is a time we at Philly PR Girl get so excited for each and every year. The week is filled with great fashion, talented designers, amazing models, and the chance to hang out with some of the most fabulous people in Philadelphia!
So, in case you missed the fantastic events, here is a roundup of what each night was like at Philly Fashion Week!
Streetwear, presented by the Philadelphia 76ers
The night kicked-off on the runway with a 76ers Dance Team performance, preparing the crowd for the first night of Philly Fashion Week with designers from the Streetwear Collection. Designers included Mitchell & Ness, Milano, Jeantrix, Burning Guitars, Kinetic Styles, Lrevere, Designed by Shawn B, and Punchline Clothing.
The youngest of models had our attention hooked as they were the first to strut their stuff on the runway. Overall, Milano’s outer space fashion, and extremely talented ballerina who danced her way throughout the entire collection, stole the show!
Luxe Men’s Show
The Luxe Men’s Show was so much fun! We, of course, loved seeing the sexy male models strut their stuff on the catwalk, but the collections were all incredibly unique and thoughtfully designed.
We’re not fashion experts, but we think it’s safe to say that funky hats will be all the rage next season. Any man who has the confidence to wear a rabbit headpiece or a bright red pom-pom cap is alright in our book! Confidence is always on trend.
Runway II (High Fashion and Couture)
The Runway II was packed and the energy high. Bishme Cromartie and Chuks Collins presented bright colors with feminine fluidity; while Closet by Cristobal, Thomas Lavone, BWC Garments, and Briana Eliza tempted us with dark neutrals mixed with bold textures.
Elizabeth Delgado ventured into another realm with Game of Thrones inspired formal wear and shortly after, Lillie Designs displayed ethereal wedding gowns fit for a queen with out of this world hair art by the talented Queen B. These Pink Lips & Burning Guitars brought down the damn house! They served up Philly realness with their innovative and unapologetic designs.
Did you go to Philly Fashion Week? What was your favorite part? Let us know in the comments!