Saturday, Night 3 of Fashion X Houston guests enjoyed an amazing fashion show featuring collections by independent and emerging designers. I am wearing a dress by the Bernina Fashion Fund Award recipient Alan Gonzalez of Alantude. This closing show of the 3-night event was so vibrant and eclectic. The audience loved every minute!
The evening honored Style Setter Carolyn Farb, who happens to be one of my fave gals in Houston. They honored her for all her philanthropic work in Texas and also for her unique style which has stayed true over the years. Models showcased some pieces from Carolyn’s closet to the tunes of Stevie Nicks, whom Carolyn tends to emulate with stunning perfection! 20% of all front row ticket proceeds benefitted CampSay, with remaining proceeds benefiting the Rebuild Texas Fund.
Runway presentations were made by designers Tieler James, Amanda Valentine, Daniel Esquivel, Allie Joy, Miles David, Mysterious by NPN, Nha Khanh, Brittany Nicole and Bentley+Lace. Capsule collections were presented by Dignified Woman’s Apparel, Anna Irion and J. Ewing Designs.
Fashion X Houston, which features local, emerging and notable designers presenting runway shows alfresco, will premiere Thursday, October 5th through Saturday, October 7th at River Oaks District. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Fashion X Houston and River Oaks District are now committed to donating a majority of proceeds from the three-night event to the Rebuild Texas Fund, the initiative led by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation to raise $100 million to support the Texas communities devastated by Harvey. A portion of proceeds will also benefit Project P.U.S.H. to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Prominent fashionistas from the Houston community such as Lindsey Love, Staci Henderson and Carolyn Farb will also be honored for not only their influential style, but for their tireless devotion to non-profit organizations. Fashion X Houston will also donate 20-percent of front-row ticket proceeds to the selected non-profit of each woman’s choice, respectively, Dress for Success, the Rebuild Texas Fund and Camp SAY.
Photos/Assistance by Hannah Johannes