Must See: Boston Fashion Week

Posted by on Sep 25, 2012 in Blog, Eclectic Fashion | No Comments

Boston Fashion Week starts Thursday and we’ve narrowed the list down to the top places to go see the most interesting and fabulous fashion shows!

September 27th the week kicks off with none other than us! We’ve partnered with the fabulous mike&ton with a dynamic runway show inspired by jail! Featuring our key and initial pendants, this runway extravaganza is open to the public for standing room. This show starts at 8PM at the W Boston on 100 Stuart Street. Come join us as we watch our sparkle shine!

Two days later, the Emerging Trends 2012 fashion show is on Saturday night, September 29th, from 7pm to 11pm. This is a unique fashion show planned to showcase up and coming designers from all over. Designers include Christine Manthely from the USA, Yeashin Kim from the UK, and Trash from Poland. Emerging Trends looks to represent the Boston fashion community with innovation and creativity.

You must visit the Tent at Boston Fashion Week. The Tent is a 3,000 square foot tent located between the Mandarin Oriental Boston and the Shops at Prudential Center. Featuring a sound system, lights, and a professional runway, many top Boston designers will be featured here. While many of the favorites including Sam Mendoza and Emily Muller have already sold out, there are still tickets available for many of the other shows! Find the list of designers here and buy tickets here!

Tuesday, October 2nd is the Fashion Week Style Swap presented by Trust in Tricia. For $20 and to benefit Project Hope join your fellow Boston Fashionistas in swapping your gently worn clothing and accessories for something new-to-you! Located at 200 High Street and starts at 5:30 – see you there!

End your week with the 6th Annual Boston Fashion Week Celebration Party at 10:30 at Bar 10 at the Westin Copely Hotel. Everyone who made fashion week possibly including runway models, designers, and stylists will be attending this trendy affair! For tickets, click here.

There are so many events going on all week that we haven’t mentioned so don’t forget to check the online schedule!