INDIANAPOLIS – While the Fall 2014 season is currently underway in Chicago, Midwest Fashion Week is releasing details about each event upon its return to Indy, as well as the more than 40 designers, up-an-coming, and established designers to show their collections on the runway throughout the week.
While the Indianapolis events begin with seminars on Monday, Oct. 20, runway showcases begin on Wednesday at MDG Salon (355 Indiana Ave #100 Indianapolis, IN 46204) at 7 p.m. Hosted by Ms. Klass and Danielle Hester, this free event will feature designs by Rock my Bow tie, Zagwest, Profyle boutique, Loves Hangover Creations, Junkboxx and Sheek Apparel.
Thursday, Oct. 21, brings another great fashion event at the Indianapolis Artsgarden (110 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204) featuring the works of Zhi Zhu, Allusions, Liz Diamond Girl Fashions, Catou, Maryam Garba and Modahnik by Kahindo Mateene from Project runway in a live runway fashion show. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the fashion showcase beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online and range from $15-45.
Friday night the events continue at the Artsgarden with even more great designers including Poppy Seed, Semoner Designs, Danny Nguyen Couture, Bahar Reza, Maryam Gaba and Project Runway designer Gunnar Deatherage. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the fashion showcase follows at 8:30 p.m.
The week concludes on Saturday, Oct. 23 with a special event at the Indiana War Memorial (431 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204) at 6 p.m. The Association of Midnight Basketball League Programs (AMBLP) Indiana chapter and Midwest Fashion Week present a fashion showcase featuring the works of student designers from Purdue University, Ball State University and Indiana State University, established designers, and children’s wear designers as well as live entertainment to say NO to bullying and violence in our schools. Established designers include Pastel, Deidra Coleman, Binta Segale and Kavash by Claire Munyae, while children’s wear will be showcased by Lundon’s Closet, Anzelika Crochet, Spa-tastic and Geek Trends. Tickets range from $10-150.
More information on the season’s designers can be found here while tickets for the Thursday, Friday and Saturday events can be purchased online via the following link: midwestfashionweek.com.
To learn more about Midwest Fashion Week or to request additional information about becoming a sponsor, please visit www.MidwestFashionWeek.com or contact [email protected]
It is the mission of Midwest Fashion Week (MFW) to bring high fashion into the many aspects of Midwestern life and industry and to help those in the region who wish to pursue a career in the fashion industry. Each year, MFW puts on a number of runway shows and community events, with one major series taking place in both the spring and fall.
Source: Midwest Fashion Week, Inside INdiana Business