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Fort Worth Fashion Week Is Here

Fashion designer Phillip Maximilian presents the second annual Spring/Summer Fort Worth Fashion Week. With a theme of “The Future,” this season is dedicated to students via collaborations with two Fort Worth high schools, several Texas universities, and two of Fort Worth’s most prominent museums. The two not-to-miss events are Monday and next Friday.

See and be seen at Fort Worth Fashion Week this Monday and next Friday.
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The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (1600 Gendy St, 817-255-9300) is the location of the Fort Worth school district’s Next Gen Fashion Runway Show on Mon, Feb 27. Students from Fort Worth ISD’s Fashion Design Program will showcase their spring/summer ’23 collections from 6pm to 8pm. Then from 7pm to 9pm, meet the designers at the post-event reception.

“The collections convey inspiring messages of self-confidence and empowerment through brilliant colors of spring and summer,” Maximilian said. “Watch as designs from young creative minds come to life on the runway!”

Students from Diamond Hills-Jarvis and Trimble Tech high schools will present collections.

All proceeds and donations benefit the Fort Worth school district programs that nurture young fashion designers. Donations help fund equipment, fabrics, and sewing tools that enable students to experience a first-hand introduction to the world of creating fashion illustrations, constructing patterns, and more.

Complimentary champagne, beverages, and hors d’oeuvres will be served. All ages are welcome. Tickets are $21 at FWFashionWeek.com.

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (3200 Darnell St, 817-738-9215) will host The Future Fashion Runway Show 5pm-9pm Fri, Mar 3, hosted by NBC-5 anchor Evan Anderson. The runway will see models in the new Autumn/Winter ’23 Couture Collection from Mener Grand Train Co., the Fort Worth-based designer known for couture and bespoke tailoring and handmade

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From HABIB To Coach: FASHION Drops To Cop This Week!

It’s time to bring some GLAM to your style! We’re back with another exciting list of dope drops you should look out for this week, and it’s bringing a bit more sparkle than usual. Yes, we’re going full-on Crazy Rich Asian this Spring/Summer, and we’re bringing out the big guns. From Pandora to Coach, here are some dope new fashion drops that you should check out:

Pandora

Any Marvel fans out there? Pandora and Marvel have once again come out with another collection of Marvel-ous pieces that will bring some action into your style. Inspired by the unexpected heroes, friendships and fun from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Pandora’s new collection is filled with characters and symbols fans will love. Comprised of five charms and one ring, there’s a style for every Marvel x Pandora collector. Star-Lord, Groot and Rocket are captured in hand-finished sterling silver charms, featuring iconic details and engraved character quotes.

In celebration of the new collection, Pandora is bringing back its digital mini-game with an updated Guardians of the Galaxy twist. This mini-game will send fans on a mission to collect new charms and unite the team of heroes. Players will also get an exclusive sneak peak at the collection before it officially launches.

The collection is now available worldwide in stores and online.

Eyewear by David Beckham

Feel like a star this summer with a pair of sunnies designed by the football star himself, David Beckham! The collection is dedicated to a consumer interested in a classic design with an international feeling, combining an effortless British style with a sharp focus on detail and functionality. The new eyewear collection features a complete offer of sunglasses and optical frames, crafted with exquisite craftsmanship, high quality materials, subtle masculine design and distinctive details. All the styles are

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Burberry returns to London Fashion Week schedule

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has released the provisional schedule for London Fashion Week in September, including Burberry, which returns after a short hiatus, and Raf Simons, who will be making his LFW debut.

London Fashion Week will take place from September 16 to 20 and has confirmed more than 100 designers on its provisional hybrid digital-physical schedule for spring/summer 2023.

Burberry takes centre stage with a physical catwalk show on Saturday, September 17, while Raf Simons will host a catwalk show to present his spring/summer 2023 collection on Friday, September 16 at 8pm.

Other highlights include collection launches from established brands Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, JW Anderson, Huishan Zhang, Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo, Roksanda and Simone Rocha. The schedule also includes this year’s BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund winner Richard Quinn and BFC Fashion Trust recipients Completedworks, Richard Malone, Supriya Lele and Tove.

BFC releases provisional LFW schedule including Burberry and Raf Simons

Other participating designers include 16Arlington, Chopova Lowena, Daniel w. Fletcher, Edward Crutchley, Fashion East, Halpern and Knwls.

The September event will also see the BFC NewGen show space returning to The Old Selfridges Hotel with participating designers Ancuta Sarca, Asai, Bethany Williams, Chet Lo, Di Petsa, Eftychia, Feben, Harri, Helen Kirkum, Leo Carlton, Masha Popova, Nensi Dojaka, Paolo Carzana, S.S Daley, Sinéad O’Dwyer, Stefan Cooke and Yuhan Wang.

The final London Fashion Week schedule is expected to be released in mid-August.

The BFC also confirmed that this season would see a return of its city-wide celebration, a curated programme of unique experiences and activations open to the public over LFW. The activity will be spearheaded by “inclusivity and consciousness,” to move the fashion conversation forward through industry-wide participation and partnerships. A full schedule of activities will be announced later in the summer.

The announcement follows the news that

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Everything You Need To Know About SS23

London Fashion Week will be back in September for the Spring/Summer shows, running from September 16 to 20. More than 100 designers have been confirmed on the provisional hybrid digital-physical schedule, released by the British Fashion Council.

The upcoming instalment marks Burberry’s return to the LFW calendar, after a digital-only hiatus, and Raf Simons, who has previously shown his collections in Paris and New York, will make his LFW debut too.

As for the BFC NewGen show space, it will return to The Old Selfridges Hotel – the same location that hosted the biggest real-life shows at last year’s spring offering. Back then, more than half of collections were presented digitally due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

In addition to physical shows being more prevalent this time around, the return of the BFC’s city-wide celebration – a curated programme of events focused on ‘inclusivity and consciousness’ – is just one of the reasons LFW will be extra special this year (there’s more on this below).

Here’s everything you need to know about London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 23:

Which designers will be showing collections at the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 shows?

The provisional schedule for LFW SS23 has revealed that brands such as Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, JW Anderson, Huishan Zhang, Molly Goddard and Simone Rocha will be debuting their collections for the season.

They will be joined by the likes of Burberry, Raf Simons, Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo and Roksanda.

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Fashion Fund winner Richard Quinn is set to return to the LFW calendar, as well as Fashion Trust recipients Completedworks, Richard Malone, Supriya Lele and Tove.

Raf Simons will present his collection physically, and shows including Molly Goddard, Burberry, JW Anderson, Simone Rocha, Erdem and Roksanda will also be held in real life.

A final LFW

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