Sunday, March 16, 2014 Kansas City, MO- The finale of KC Fashion Week (KCFW) 2014 Fall/Winter show was sealed with some extraordinary pieces from some remarkable designers with distinctive visions!
These designers led the show and made the finale of KCFW end on a memorable and inspiring note.
The event was held all weekend at Union Station with the benchmark runway and paradigm seating arrangements.
There was nothing imitable about KCFW set up but once the models hit the runway, sparks flew and all attention was commanded in the designer’s directions.
The show opened with designer Sophie Hines from Lincoln, Nebraska who presented the audience with gold shimmer and glitter pieces merging sophistication with modern class. Among the favorites was a pair of leggings with crushed velvet and denim jeans with small blocks of sheer. She also demonstrated one of the unorthodox colors of 2014 fall/Winter, canary or bright yellow.
Designers Luis Hernandez and Bryan Aguire of LB Glam from Independence, Missouri revealed their accessories collection and quickly got the audience’s attention with their opening models huge gold spray-painted single stem rose and top to match. Their accessories spoke volumes and would spice up any outfit! The favorites were their featured beaded, color embellished tie on belts that work perfectly with pants and dresses.
Heidi Herman of Kansas City, Missouri’s line was pretty modern and basic in comparison to the other designers but she definitely had the more “wearable” pieces.
Kimberly Ann (Designer Kimberly Gottachalk) of Manhattan, Kansas’ Fall/Winter collection seemed to hit all angles! Kimberly Ann dressed her male model in cuffed Capri pants using very neutral colors to mend the transition from fall to winter. Kimberly Ann female models had it all; cropped tops, wool skirts, leather sleeved jackets and a distinct wool overcoat with pizzazz still intact.
The most unique but impressive designers of the evening was Zoreh Zarrabi of Kansas City, Missouri. Her line introduced a very modest approach to fashion. All Zarrabi’s pieces included head covering and almost no exposed skin yet the element of high fashion soared!
A picture is worth a thousand words so be sure to check out the slideshow from the 2014 Fall/Winter collections by clicking HERE!