Yes, we’re still talking about it! What are we talking about…? Denver’s Fashion First: A Weekend of F.A.M.E. Last Friday, First Class Fashionista attended A&B Entertainment’s Denver’s Fashion First: A Weekend of F.A.M.E on opening night. Hats off to Tai Anderson and Cassie Boyd for having a shared idea, coming together and executing a well-organized, impressive event.
We think the success of this event is really no fluke. If you chat with these ladies for five minutes, a rare kind of genuineness becomes apparent. They stand as a team, and give each credit for work done, and are more than happy to acknowledge work done by others. We highly recommend connecting with A&B Entertainment.
In the video below, First Class Fashionista captures the opening night of Denver’s Fashion First: A Weekend of F.A.M.E featuring designs by New Diggs, Body Bark, Musso by Erin and From the Top.
Here’s what we saw on Denver’s Fashion First: A Weekend of F.A.M.E runway.
New Diggs by Raphael Kroshay: Wow, mama never told me crochet designs could be sexy. I have coverups, sweaters and even skirts mom made for me, but she never made me or my sister a bikini like the Raphael Kroshay designs I saw on the runway. We also thought the accessory belt is a great beach bag must-have to hold your wallet, cell phone or Ipod while sun worshiping.
Body Bark: The fashion forecast from Body Bark designs is black, blue or brown solids and, oh no, the bodysuit / leotard. Ladies, although the wide-leg pant is on its way back in, the balance is a fitting top- So work on your fitness.
Musso by Erin Forecast: Versatile lingerie, sort of a baby doll Madonna look, with some pieces featuring a more tailored but still feminine and sexy look. We loved the off the shoulder and strapless dresses. This designer also featured the bodysuit, but with cutouts.
From the Top Fashion Forecast: Clothing is a lifestyle choice. We’ve interpreted the From the Top Fashion’s performance to say the man wears the clothes, the clothes shouldn’t wear the man. Clothes must move as the man moves, as hip-hop culture understands.