Recap written by: Sydney Mahl The twenty-two University of Texas senior fashion designers paraded their collections for a crowd of family, friends and fashion media in Elements. Ockhee Bego, the Fashion Show Director, called the event the designers’ “dream, soul, and passion” in her opening remarks, and their dedication clearly showed in their intricate, well-executed designs.
Now that the holidays are over we can all get “somewhat” ready for Spring 2016 as store racks are starting to get some early shipments of Spring merchandise. The New York runways lit up with beautiful fashion, trends and colors you will love come March. But in the meantime we have to be patient and
Reality fashion television shows have launched the careers of many designers in the fashion industry with several local names representing Austin. These shows have exclusively featured clothing designers but there has not been a platform for jewelry designers to feature or compete for their craft, until now. During Charlston Fashion Week, Jewelry Television executive Jill
The third annual MJ&M event was held in April with an event-filled weekend of food, golf, fashion and philanthropy. The 2015 charity helps numerous local organizations such as the Rise School of Austin, Dell Children’s Hospital, CureDuchene, HartGift, just keep livin’ Foundation. “Grades improve, they graduate, the kids are not in gangs and try