Fashion & Style: The Collective Runway Show
“Fashion is what you buy. Style is what you do with it.”
Luckily for Bellevue Fashion Week guests, the Collective Runway Show provided both.
Fashion trends were displayed on the catwalk with styles that not only inspired, but that may be easily applied to a fashionista’s daily life.
Kate Spade New York modeled midi dresses with designs of blue leopard velvet, medallion metallic and camellia embroidery. Looks were paired with booties or flats with feminine, sheer ankle socks.
Nordstrom’s bright and bold trends lit up the runway with Philip Lim’s fuchsia pleated trousers paired with a FRAME green faux fur jacket. “Oversized” was a word trending in almost every description of the outfits from their designers.
“Fashion is what you buy. Style is what you do with it.” -Nicki Hilton
InterMix, Ted Baker London, Robert Graham, Eileen Fisher, Vince, Max Mara and Diane Von Furstenberg all shared their unique, rousing interpretations of what the future of Bellevue Fall Fashion should be.
All proceeds from the event were donated to the Special Olympics of Washington, whose mission is to provide year-round sports training and competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Two beautiful 5 and 6 years old special olympians kicked off the show by sauntering down the catwalk hand in hand.
Dramatic fall fashions, inspiring chic style, charity, and of course Drawing Blueberry’s incredible fashion caricatures made the event a lasting memory and the perfect end to this year’s Fashion Week.
Photos by: Vivian Hsu for HRV Media
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