“Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here today for this thing called FASHION!” From October 3rd-9th, Indie Fashion Week was held at various locations in the Washington, DC area!
From being seen on Good Day DC (Fox 5), Let’s Talk LIVE (News Channel 8) and being heard on DTLR Radio, Indie Fashion Week was the talk of the town!
It all begin on Monday with the kick-off which featured a soft opening of a new online boutique and also included LIVE painting, with Tuesday being the STYlish competition, to Wednesday being an evening sent with WALA discussing the importance of Copyright and Trademark, to the private industry mixer on Thursday, to the Ready to Wear presentation being held at L8 Lounge, to the Fashion Night Out at G-Star RAW/Emporium where there were LIVE models and DJ to the finale runway show titled “Purple Reign” at Dance Place!
For Cycle 3, Indie Fashion Week paid homage “in style” to the Iconic Independent artist Prince Rogers Nelson, whose untimely passing rocked the world this year. In addition, Indie Fashion Week highlighted Domestic Violence as the month of October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As an added addition, several songs by Prince were the themes of each individual event. Make sure to stay tuned for more information on Cycle 4 which will happen in 2017!
For more information on Indie Fashion Week DC, please visit www.indiefashionweekdc.com. You can also follow Indie Fashion Week on Social Media: Twitter – @Indie5HundredDC, Instagram – @IndieFashionWeek, and Facebook –www.facebook.com/
About Indie Fashion Week
Indie Fashion Week was created by Harley Morgan and Terrance Payton (ROE the Agency, LLC) to create a fresh look at independent fashions who may not be able to gain big recognition when they first launch on the scene. Buyers, the media, influencers, style connoisseurs and the general public will get an ample opportunity to interact, connect with, and support Fashion, Beauty, and Lifestyle brands over a seven day span. Indie Fashion Week aims to bridge the gap between consumers and independent brands by building a platform to facilitate sustainability, brand expansion, and retail opportunities. Indie Fashion Week is building a new and vibrant fashion community by creating a space where tools can be provided to help fashion entrepreneurs to learn about the business of fashion, to hone their craft, to network with their peers, and to build long lasting business relationships.