Michigan Fashion Week Couture

Michigan Fashion Week International 2020 Couture Event Recap

Leap Year Kicked Off With The Biggest Fashion Event In The State of Michigan: Michigan Fashion Week International 2020

 

MFW_2020_SewModest
Sew Modest

Team DFN was on site and ready for fashion at the Michigan Fashion Week International Couture event held a the Detroit Masonic Temple on February 29, 2020. Hosted by Krystyn Donaldson, the event allowed #TeamDFN to witness, as their official media sponsor, the sartorial tastes of Michigan fashion enthusiasts and designers.

Red Funk Closet
Red Funk Closet

Fashion designers in our very own mitten state took advantage of one of the biggest platforms available and showcased their clothing line for all to enjoy. It is because of the sheer hard work and perseverance of Loren D. Hicks (Founder of Michigan Fashion Week) and a talented community that made the show an enormous success.

Archana Aneja
Archana Aneja

The list of Michigan designers who’s creativity and style emerged on the runway are as follows:

Archana Aneja
Red Funk Closet
Lucy Tomoko
Sew Modest
Fance
Taj Cottage
Patten Place
Lucia Lu
Creo by Keca
Corey Adams
Mahogani Collections
Chimu Fashion
Jonelle Bird
Geulle + Nadia B

Sponsors of the event included:

Detroit Fashion News
Walmart
Paul Mitchell Schools
Bumble
Stunning Shots
Styles by Tiffany LaCroix
The Lip Bar
Grand Soiree Events

MFW_2020_Fance
Fance

Starting from a la mode abstract designed dresses to contemporary hijab trends, Michigan designers had it all covered. Residents of Michigan are in general, very welcoming. And, the same was portrayed through the essence of fashion. The fashion culture here is very inclusive that nurtures the creative minds of the great mitten state to present out-of-the-box yet familiar and wearable apparel.

Taj Cottage
Taj Cottage

The all-inclusive fashion community here took into consideration that every shape of a woman is beautiful. Which is why we all got to see different forms of attires made for different body types. And the most significant aspect of such glad rags was they made the models look stunning. The comfort in conjunction with the chic factor made every tailored outfit stand out on the runway.

Here at DFN, we are fashion enthusiasts and couldn’t be more proud of our Michigan designers. So, we will dig deep into their designs in upcoming articles and share our perspectives on how distinct each designers’ signature styles are.

Creo by Keca
Creo by Keca

Follow Detroit Fashion News on Instagram @DetFashionNews and on Facebook to see more design pics from the show and to stay up-to-date on each designer. We will also dive in deep to comprehend how the attributes of their creations added much value to this successful show and the fashion community overall. A big platform like Michigan Fashion Week not only gave impetus to our established designers, but also paved the way for budding designers, artists, and models for their creative endeavors and future in fashion.

Also, check out the official Instagram handle of Michigan Fashion Week @MiFashionWeek to get a glimpse of upcoming events and the who’s who of fashion in Michigan.

 

Disclosure – This a collaborative post with Michigan Fashion Week and may contain affiliate links. By clicking and shopping, you help support Detroit Fashion News and allow us to keep reporting on all things fashionable.

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