From swimwear to contemporary lines to evening gowns, Audrey’s Fashion Night Out was certainly a show filled with variety. Don’t worry, we’re not planning on keeping it all a secret from those of you who weren’t there (but then again, why would you have missed it?) We are here to show you some snapshots from the show! There’ll be more in our Winter issue, so be sure to get it when it comes out!
Onanong’s swimwear started the fashion portion of the show and it caught everyone’s attention right when the first model walked out. I mean, hot models in swimsuits – who would look away? Blue Tassel followed with more ready-to-wear clothes that you can easily integrate into your everyday wardrobe. Eryn Brinie’s collection was more streamlined and classic but with a twist. There were a lot of two pieces – mainly blouses and skirts – but the detailing made it interesting. Truth and Pride followed with an edgier collection that included a lot of dresses and coats! I especially love their fur pieces. Anh Volcek showed a very unique collection – some of the pieces were made of melted plastic and it formed a very cool texture. Dalia Macphee’s gowns were all very elegant and flowed beautifully. And lastly, we had Saja Wedding, whose collection consisted of various white dresses, to end the show.
We better take advantage of these sunny afternoons before winter approaches!
2. Flowy short dresses
This isn’t something I would normally wear but I can see how a lot of people would love the ease and comfort of a short flowy dress.
I am a two-piece girl since I like to mix-and-match, and it was interesting to see how the looks were styled together. I especially love the fur!
4. Evening gowns
It’s always a pleasure to see people in evening gowns because of their elegance. If only I was taller and had a billion fancy events to attend…
5. Melted plastic
This really stood out to me because it made me wonder what material Anh Volcek used in her collection. You would’ve never guessed it was plastic.
6. Angelically white
Who could resist the pureness of white?