September 14, 2017 by lankingful
You may have been to fashion shows before but you’ve never been to one like this. Barry Wooley Designs and Louisville Bespoke will be turning style upside down, inside out and over the top.
The Designer Experience Fashion Show will feature Louisville’s trend-setting fashion designers and their latest creations. Fashions will be curated by Louisville Bespoke, a community atelier for emerging and established Louisville fashion designers.
“At the show, we will bring together designers to highlight the incredible talent we have in this city,” says Yamilka Rodriguez, founder of Louisville Bespoke. “Several local designers have garnered national attention while others are beginning to have a presence in the world of fashion. Louisville Bespoke is an incubator for them to share ideas, resources and a support system. The Designer Experience Fashion Show will be a one of a kind night at which guests can see their work and meet the designers.”
An experiential fashion environment will also showcase interior design that’s making headline news. Wooley’s homescape of interior design will spark guests’ imagination for turning a home into a haven of personality and pizazz. “Fashion and interior design go hand in hand. Very often interior design reflects what’s happening on the runways of New York, Paris and Milan. The show will marry fashion and interior design at one of fall’s most exciting events,” Wooley says.
Throughout the store you’ll see what’s trending for the home in color, furniture, area rugs, lighting and accessories. You might even be able to pick up some design tips from Wooley, an interior designer who’s a frequent guest on television talk shows and who’s extensively covered in print media.
The event will benefit The Anchal Project, a Louisville organization that supports women artisans in the developing world.
Fashion designers to be featured are Ian Schuler of SLW Atelier; Lisa Kahl-Hillerich of RoxyNell; Christine Robey of Barenaked Leather; Sarah Havens of Sarah Havens Millinery; Steve and Melissa Steurer of Steurer & Co.; Victoria Lea of Victoria Kazue; Matt Multerer of Finespun Clothing; Elizabeth Peake of Handmade by Peake; Annie St. Clair of A. St. Clair and Colleen and Maggie Clines of Anchal Project.
In addition to the bling and bedazzle of fashion and home décor, four star chefs will offer tastings. This will be your chance to get to know them and taste for yourself why their restaurants have helped make Louisville one of the hottest culinary scenes in the country. Joining in the fun will be Chef Bobby Benjamin of Butchertown Grocery, Chef Colter Hubsch of Buck’s, Chef Patrick Roney of Harvest and Chef Roland Wong of Tea Station Chinese Bistro.Read more at:one shoulder bridesmaid dresses/a> | black bridesmaid dresses