More than 40 garments by regional artists and designers will be on showcase at Local Cloth’s Project Handmade fashion show. The Folk Art Center hosts the event on Thursday, Sept. 22.
The Asheville affiliate will celebrate Earth Day and the one-year anniversary of the store’s own expansion by holding the fifth annual Fair Trade Fashion Show.
Local artists, designers and models will be represented at a runway event on Thursday, July 25. Photo from the fashion show’s Facebook page.
The event, which benefits Hemophilia of N.C., takes place on Thursday, Dec. 13. Photo by Studio-828 Photography.
The inaugural fashion show, a fundraiser for ACT, brought in 25 designers, over $7,000 and a little mystery as well. Read about who won and watch a slide show.
The fundraiser for Asheville’s JCC takes to the runway Sunday, June 24, 10 a.m.-noon at the Fine Arts Theatre.
Attention crafters and designers! Those of you working within 100 miles of Asheville are invited to submit work for a handmade fashion show, slated to take place this fall. The deadline to enter is July 15.
Stop by on Saturday, June 2, for a celebration including a small fashion show at 6 p.m. Photo of the green apple wrap dress from unabashedapparel.com.
A video of the multi-modal fashion show, held at the Magnetic Field Theatre on Tuesday, May 22. The event, co-produced by Asheville on Bikes and Mountain Xpress, was part of Strive Not To Drive week in Asheville.
What could be a more appropriate day to showcase eco-friendly apparel than St. Patrick’s Day? The Circle sends green clothing down the runway at the Get Lucky Fashion Festival on March 17.
Two chances to show off your fashion/dress up/alter-ego prowess (and there are some pretty nice prizes up for grabs).
Members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild send wearable art in the form of apparel, accessories and jewelry, down the runway on Sunday. Watch a slideshow here.
Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade retailer in Asheville (among other locations) is hosting a fair trade fashion show and consignment sale on Saturday, May 7.
Groundbreakers and mentors from the fashion discipline of this year’s HATCH festival sent their designs down the runway. The show, held on Saturday at the Grove Arcade, took up the entire north end of the building and featured shoes, jewelry, apparel, hair and makeup, fashion photography and the work of a stylist.
There’s fashion and then there’s trashion, and in the case of Trash Inc. Creative Reuse Center’s Friday, Nov. 12 Trashion Show, repurposed-wear is the new black.
Check out the “Taste of PUSH Asheville Fashion” preview show, held yesterday in Weaverville.
Models have been casted, the venue secured, designers and boutiques lined up and DJs at the ready. Yes, Push Asheville Fashion — coming to the Orange Peel on July 16 — has big plans for 2010.
Wednesday! Sustainable fashion show spotlights green, recycled and upcycled design; raises funds for WNCAP