VIDEO: Emerging Designer Announcement at MIM

Just a few weeks ago, Phoenix Fashion Week’s 12 Emerging Designers, chosen from all over the country after a seven city tour, were announced to the world at our Official Emerging Designer Announcement at the Musical Instrument Museum on July 21st. The event was sold out twice over and was packed with loads of media, fashion bloggers and local fashionistas eager to catch a glimpse of the next “it” designers before their collections hit the runway in October!

The event not only featured a cocktail reception and an opportunity to shop our Official Accessory Designers, but a mini runway show and press conference followed by a fabulous after-party at Narcisse Champagne Lounge.

Watch this video for a recap of the successful night, as well as a sneak peek into each of the 12 talented designers! For more information on Official Emerging Designers, visit our website! Also, don’t miss our next big event,’Shop Garment District’, coming up August 10th at the beautiful Degree 270 lounge at Talking Stick Resort! This event will not only feature a Style Villa-esque set up, where you can shop all the emerging designer collections, along with a runway show featuring not only these designers but our Top 40 Models! (this is their Runway Challenge!) For more information and to purchase tickets, visit our Eventbrite page!

*We love feedback! Post a comment and let us know which emerging designer is your favorite and why and you would win a limited edition PHXFW Tshirt!*

Article by Lauren Pfingstag for Phoenix Fashion Week

“The Resource For All Things Fashionable”

  1. I feel like their isn’t enough of a fashion force in arizona but i’m very happy that phxfw is doing something about it. Problem is most of the events are invite only or for older people. Fashion is suppposed to be fun and inspirational; but most importantly for all, no matter age or status. This is why Arizona fails in the fashion category while young hip places like NYC and L.A do so well. I am very interested in fashion and I even take a course in high school about it but without experience I wont’ make it that far. Email me, I would love to talk more 🙂 thanks

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