Seattle Fashion Expo Friday, Saturday

If you love fashion, the place for you to be this weekend is the Seattle Fashion Week Fashion Expo at the WAMU Theater.

The Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle Expo opens at 2 pm on both Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15, giving patrons a chance to view and purchase hot new fashions from designers both locally and internationally based. Each day concludes with an evening fashion show at 8 pm. On Friday night, the show focuses on Urban design featuring the work of the Comcast Student Fashion Designer Top 4 Runners up Cameron Levin (New York Fashion Academy), Jonguen Kim (Seattle Pacific University), Justin Bartle (Art Institute of Seattle), and Michelle William (Art Institute of Seattle).

Saturday the focus switches to Established and International Designers including the IDCW-Product Runway in which interior designers, architects, and students demonstrated their design chops by crafting couture garments from interior materials and finishes. Also represented on the catwalk: B’ZMA of Dubai, Romania’s Catalin Botezatu, Eva Chen of Canada, House of Versailles Styles from Washington (DC), MONAPALI from India and Seattle’s own Richard Blayne Walsh.

Tickets for each show start at $35 and include admission to the expo; expo only tickets are just $10.

3 Comments so far

  1. Attendant (unregistered) on May 15th, 2010 @ 9:40 am

    You call that “Fashion Expo”? Sun tanning? Plastic shoes. Not a single brand name? It was almost empty.

    This is almost a scam. Gosh. This was anything but fashion, whoever organized this had no sense of fashion whatsoever.

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  3. disappointed by expo (unregistered) on May 17th, 2010 @ 12:00 pm

    I paid $250 to attend this event. I expected an EXPO. This event was advertised to start at 1:00 with ability to see top designer clothing, meet the models, autographs, VIP lounge. I’m with the prior post…. horrid planning – no clothing was on display, 3 jewelry patrons, tanning, psychic?, latte stand….. wow…. missed the mark BIG TIME!

    Get it together if you want to make fashion big here in Seattle.

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