Seattle Fashion Week – Custom Designers (Finale)

14 Jun

I’ve truly enjoyed every minute of Seattle Fashion Week.  Last night was the perfect finale for a truly amazing three nights of fashion. I saw the most stunning dresses I have ever seen and they were all custom-made by the designers themselves. I was in awe and very appreciative to be able to witness such stunning beauty and talent from these designers.

Julie Danforth’s designs are inspired from famous designers of the 60’s era, bringing us some old Hollywood glamour. Her designs are very classic yet translate perfectly with what’s hot in today’s fashion industry. Her dresses show us what it looks like to have a classy sophisticated look while still being sexy and beautiful. Her pieces are great for any upscale events you are attending. You can be sure to turn heads wearing her dresses.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick Photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick Photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Erika Bond is known for evening wear and uses high quality fabric from Paris, London and New York, to name a few. Her designs embody grace and elegance. I really like how she pairs lace and silk with light pink colors to create a soft touch. Her collection includes many high fashion pieces that would make a lasting impression at any evening event. These dresses are truly classy and sexy.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Dream Dresses by P.M.N truly blew my mind. Any one of these dresses I would love to wear for my wedding. All dresses are handcrafted and hand beaded. The intricate details of every dress amazed me. Her collection has a romantic and innocent feel to it. They would be ones you would see at celebrities’ weddings.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick Photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Photo by John Martinotti, MariRick Photography, Terri McKee and Identity Crisis Studio.

Justin Zachary is a designer who creates evening and bridal gowns. His dresses, too, were some of the most stunning I have ever laid eyes on. I can see why he has designed gowns for the Academy Awards and the Vanity Fair party. His gowns are both dazzling and mesmerizing. These are top-notch gowns designed for the ultimate formal event. They sparkle and shine with a remarkable presence that you won’t soon forget. I had the opportunity of sitting down with Justin Zachary at the Preview Party and he said he gets his inspiration from love. A kind of magical unconditional love that lasts forever. This was definitely apparent last night.

These were just a few of the designers that stole the show last night. We also got to see Juleano, who’s bold and edgy collection commands attention. His clothing is for every rebel without a cause.

The finale closed out Seattle Fashion week with a bang, making what it what I call THE fashion show of the year! Thanks to Seattle Fashion Week for allowing me to be a part of it.

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