Hey, all! I'm back to share my recap of the second runway show of KCFW on Thursday, October 13. For this show, I wore a floral dress from Target's Isani line, accessorized with a black bow bag, the same ankle strap heels from the night before, and some glamorous statement earrings (you can get a closer look at them here.)
This show was Kansas City Chiefs-themed so, in addition to the regularly scheduled designers, there were a couple segments where Chiefs cheerleaders styled spiritwear for the runway! There was also a cool design competition where designers styled the same t-shirt to create their own unique looks. But without further ado...onto Thursday's designers.
Starting off the night was jewelry designer Georgina Herrera. I really like how she styled everything against all-black outfits to let the jewelry shine!
Keefe Cravat is a line of neck and bow ties! You can't tell very well from the photos, but many of the ties were made from unconventional material with textures you wouldn't expect from a tie. Very cool!
The next designer was Roger Figueroa, whose line was full of geometric and structured pieces. Very pleasing to the eye; it kinda reminded me of that painting with the lines and the colors.
Next up was Barbara Bultman, who shared her line of edgy, modern pieces. I really enjoyed her use of leather and fringe, plus the mix of blush and black is always a favorite of mine!
The final designer of the night, Kiana Godsey, has been at the last few Fashion Weeks I've attended, and she is always one of my favorites! She also won the design competition earlier that night. Her collection from the runways show utilized beautiful brocade fabric and feminine silhouettes and was one of my favorite collections of all of Fashion Week! That gown at the end is STUNNING, no?
Stay tuned the rest of this week to see my coverage of the rest of KCFW!
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