MNFashion Week is Here!


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MNFashion Week is here to show off the most fashionable pieces from our local designers for spring. 

The first events were held this past weekend—Ma Vie en Plastique at Aloft Hotel this past Friday and Envision: Artopia at Graves 601 on Saturday night—which both set the frenetic energy for the week and garnered good reviews for the fashion and production. Monday and Tuesday are quiet as designers ready their productions, but now's the time to review the MNFashion Calendar what you might want to see and buy tickets for upcoming events.

Individual trunk shows will take place all over town this week and the newly created The Shows will take place at the MNFashion Atrium. The Shows will feature designers ready to show their lines on their own. Wednesday night will feature CounterCouture and George Moskal; Thursday night will feature Emma Berg and Kevin Kramp.

Voltage and Fashion Ball will be the showcases this weekend. (Voltage takes place at First Avenue and the first night of Fashion Ball at the Ritz Theater; Fashion Ball will be repeated Saturday night).  More previews and write-ups will come as we attend the shows! See you there!

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