Austin Fashion Designer Dina Chavez has successfully grown her fashion brand SixChel but like many businesses sometimes change is in order to grow bigger or in her case for a better cause. Raven + Lily / Domain location held an instore event for Dina to showcase her new collection and I got an up-close look at
A good sign that the Austin fashion scene is thriving is when a new fashion design and technical development firm is expanding. Stitch Texas has moved their facility to the heart of Austin’s cultural district in the 78704 zip code. The 4,400 square foot space houses state-of-the-art equipment for the design and manufacturing of sewn
Fashion X Austin/Austin Fashion Week has announced the 2017 designer line-up for this year’s lineup of events. There are some new events, and of course, the much-anticipated runway shows which are always a crowd favorite. Get your tickets early and see you at the end of the runway! SATURDAY 5/13 – MODA X MEXICO. 7:30p.m. Doors; The Driskill Hotel
Story Written by: Sydney Mahl For Dallas based designer Lauren Nicole, 2016 will be a year of special memories. At only fifteen years old, she debuted her first collection at Austin Fashion Week. Inspiration came early for this ingenue when she attended a fashion camp in New York over the summer where her passion was born.
Sometimes the plan you have for yourself isn’t always the path you ultimately take. For many, change in plans can be difficult, but for others it’s a door of opportunity to walk through with success waiting for you on the other side. That is exactly what happened to one local fashion entrepreneur. Several years ago