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5 Key Tips For Organizing A Fashion Event

A fashion event is one of those shows that are pleasing to go to. Especially for fashion enthusiasts, there’s something about these events that make them attractive and well attended. There’s a good reason fashion weeks in some countries exist, and that’s because many people simply love fashion. From the glitz and glamour to the makeup, shoes, jewelry, and clothing to the appetizers and wine, people can’t get enough of these events.

5 Key Tips For Organizing A Fashion Event

If you’re planning on staging your own fashion show, this article is for you. Ensuring your fashion event will be a success won’t be easy—you need to put in a lot of hard work. It’s not something you’ve thought about one day and then wing it the next. You need to have ample preparation to ensure nothing goes wrong on the day of the event. If you don’t know where to start, here are five key tips to be successful in organizing your fashion event.

  1. Secure The Venue

The first step to hosting a successful fashion event is to secure your venue. What’s an event without a venue? You don’t want to put off this task as you’d never know if somebody else would be booking on your desired date. The earlier you can reserve your venue, the better. Try to browse for venues online, like on The Vendry and similar sites, where you can check the venue’s details and description, send inquiries, and read customer feedback.

When choosing a venue, one of the most important factors to consider is the size. Your venue has to accommodate your fashion event comfortably. If you plan to set up a stage or runway, you need a venue that will allow you to install one. Also, think of other basic amenities, like bathrooms and rooms for your dressing area, and check whether they can be provided. Inquire, too, if they have enough lights, speakers, and other equipment for your sound system.

  1. Identify Your Purpose

Different brands or event organizers have their respective reasons for hosting a fashion event. Whatever your reason is, use this as your motivation to keep going, especially on days it seems impossible to make your show a success. Your purpose is also what will set your fashion event apart from others.

So as you get your plans off the ground and start planning your fashion event, try to identify what your purpose is. Some of the most common reasons are:

  • Raising money for charity
  • Showing a designer’s latest collection, for example, their newly released spring, summer, autumn, or winter wear
  • Increasing awareness for a cause
  • Launching a new fashion product or business
  1. Select Your Theme

A fashion event’s theme will most likely depend on the designer’s collection or the products you’re promoting, particularly their aesthetics and style. The key here is to achieve a well-curated, coordinated, and elegant show that pays attention to key details from start to finish.

You wouldn’t want to settle for anything less. As much as possible, you want to create that wow factor in the eyes of your event goers. This is important so you can create a buzz both offline and online.

  1. Choose Your Models ASAP

A fashion event wouldn’t be a fashion event without the models as they’re the ones to wear the clothes and promote the products you’re introducing to the market. So once you’ve settled all the details about your fashion show, it’s time to cast your models.

This is a crucial step, so it has to be done accurately and as soon as possible. The models can make or break your event. They hold the key to whether the designs and products you’re introducing will be brought to life.

Choosing your models as soon as possible gives you enough time to get the casting done. This way, you don’t have to rush and settle for models you don’t find fit to wear the brand you’re representing just because you didn’t have enough time to prepare. But while you’re doing the casting, don’t forget to ensure everything is clear when it comes to the models’ fees and wages.

5 Key Tips For Organizing A Fashion Event

  1. Market And Promote Your Event

To get the word out about your fashion event, you have to promote it. The event won’t make a mark in the fashion world if you aren’t able to attract your target attendees. As soon as your details are final, that should be your go signal to start advertising and spreading the word about your event.

Conclusion

When all is said and done, the main objective of why you’re setting up a fashion show should be achieved. Whether it’s to present a new collection or market new designs and products, a successful fashion event is also a good marketing stunt. But no successful event was ever planned overnight. It entails long hours of brainstorming and planning to make it a success. The tips above will help get you started.

Where to Flaunt Your Fashion as You Emerge From Isolation

As we come back blinking into the light, the returns of theater, live music, restaurants, nights out, fashion shows and (for some of us) the office, the questions of what to wear — now that we’re more than just (literally) talking heads — is starting to loom large once again. New York, London and Milan Fashion Weeks have just come and gone, and instead of seeing a single trend, there’s been a mishmash of ideas. The Guardian thinks there’ll be 21 ‘tribes’ going forward into next year, with everything from vaporwave moving from visual arts into fashion, to goblincore. As we nervously put down the sweatpants, let’s have a look at some of the key ideas from spring/summer 2022’s designs.

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The office

While it’s going to be nice to make a touch more effort, it seems designers at London Fashion Week haven’t let go of the idea of comfort yet — however there’s no move to resurrect the power suit just yet. Instead, the 90’s are still big – specifically England in the early 90’s – hemlines are relaxed, jeans are baggy. Prints are bold – think plaids and florals; colors are primary. Don’t be afraid to dust off your chunky platforms; if we’re putting something on our feet it doesn’t have to be plantar fasciitis-risking heels quite yet.

The big night out

If you’re hitting the casino, that might be the time to show off. While most of us have been gaming (and shopping) online in the comfort of our own homes over the past period, some of the poker rooms of Las Vegas remain fairly upscale. However, as the new generation of female poker professionals like Kara Scott and Vivian have shown, there’s way more to the card table than cocktail dresses and LBDs. New York showed us that the long knit has definitively made the jump from the high street to high fashion; asymmetric shapes and cold shoulders turn practicality on its head. Pairing up flowing lines with a tight clutch purse makes for a smooth transition from day to eveningwear, as shown in our article “6 Awesome Looks This Summer: How to Accessorize Properly.”

The beach

Starved of travel over the pandemic, if you thought beachwear was going to be a key trend for next season, then you’d be correct. Resort wear sales are up 240% in 2021 over 2020. Miami Swim Week pointed to a continuation of what we’re seeing in everyday styles. Florals are everywhere, kaftans are big, comfort is emphasized. However the swimwear underneath the sarong gets more adventurous as we get back into shape for next summer. Think futuristic fabrics in textured bikinis, more straps than a Rolex accessories dealer and cut-outs galore. And again, with the bold accessorizing, crochet wraps and belly chains will be ubiquitous.

Getting dressed up is going to mean different things to different folks over the coming seasons. As we’ve mentioned above, even heading to the office could feel like preparing for a fashion show after the last year and a half. But when it is finally time to do it, enjoy the process!

Rising Star Sia to Be Featured at the Global Short Film Awards Gala in Cannes

Rising Star Sia to Be Featured at the Global Short Film Awards Gala in CannesSia is a young aspiring dancer, actress and model with a brilliant future ahead of her. Sia will appear in the Global Short Film Awards Gala in Cannes, France on 12 July 2021 as a model for fashion designer Andres Aquino. She will also be seen on the world-famous red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. Sia is looking forward to the tremendous opportunity in participating in these exciting events in Cannes.

Currently a high school sophomore in the USA, Sia is the daughter of immigrant parents; her dad is an IT professional and her mom is a photographer and social worker. Sia has a keen interest in fashion, acting and dance, and has participated in various pageants, competitions and acting workshops in both the USA and India. She is currently studying kathak (Indian classical dance), and is fluent in English, Gujrati and Hindi. Sia is vice president of her high school fashion club, and participates in various cultural, academic, social and volunteer services.

Now in its sixth annual season, the Global Short Film Awards was founded by Andres Aquino, who is also the founder and producer of Couture Fashion Week.

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Do Trinh Hoai Nam Returns to Couture Fashion Week with Magical Collection

Do Trinh Hoai Nam fashion show Couture Fashion Week New YorkAward-winning celebrity fashion designer, Do Trinh Hoai Nam, will present his latest collection entitled “S Vietnam” at Couture Fashion Week New York’s 30th season. Marking the designer’s second appearance at the prestigious event, the highly-anticipated fashion show will be held on the opening day, at 8 pm on Friday September 6, 2019 at the 4W43 Building, 4 West 43rd Street (at Fifth Avenue) in New York City.

A native of Vietnam, Do Trinh Hoai Nam, is one of the top talented successful fashion designers in his country, making fashion history. His trademark D&T Brand (D&T Expand Product Fashion & Research Company Ltd.) was launched over 20 years ago. He has a flair for the dramatic and his signature style focuses on elegance and beauty, with meticulous attention to every detail.

The “S Vietnam Collection” is inspired by the rich Vietnamese cultural heritage and historical landmarks such as Turtle Tower – Hoan Kiem Lake, The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, One Pillar Pagoda, The Temple of Literature, The 7th Wonder of Ha Long Bay, The Northern Vietnam Terraces, Hue Citadel, Hoi An Old Town, My Son Sanctuary, and more. The collection, named for the “S” shape of the peninsula nation on the world map, represents a historical and magical story about Vietnam: the country, culture, people and breathtaking attractions.

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Exquisite Fashions by Sarene Fu Set to Shine at the GSF Awards Cannes Gala

Sarene Fu Fashion Show at the Global Short Film Awards Gala, Cannes, FranceFashion designer Sarene Fu will present her latest inspired creations during the Cannes Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows on May 25, 2019. Part of the fourth annual edition of the prestigious event, the gala will be held at the iconic Intercontinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

Sarene Fu is a Taiwan-based wedding gown designer. In 2010 she founded her own exclusive bridal boutique to present her own collection called Emma Bridal Design, catering to her discerning clientele’s taste for extraordinary and modern bridal gowns. The Emma Bridal brand has been embraced by fashion forward brides all over Asia.

In 2018 Sarene Fu launched a new chapter in her career with ready-to-wear designs, expanding beyond bridal wear. Hence, a new signature brand, “Sarene Fu,” was created to reintroduce herself. The first dress collection was created with specialty fabrics, exquisite décor and unique inspiration. She possesses a true talent to express her visions through fashion design, exploring colors that resample harmony in discord, using fabrics with traditional Chinese elements. Ms. Fu strives to make the wearers of her designs feel flattered and classy.

Sarene Fu has presented her exquisite designs at prestigious fashion events around the world including New York Fashion Week and Malaysia Fashion Week.

The Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows is proud to partner with Couture Fashion Week New York and Collezioni Magazines.

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Kapriva Couture to Show Edgy Elegant Creations at GSF Awards Cannes Gala

Kapriva Couture Fashion Show at the Global Short Film Awards Gala, Cannes, FranceKapriva Couture will present selections from its latest couture gown collection during the Cannes Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows on May 25, 2019. Part of the fourth annual edition of the prestigious event, the gala will be held at the iconic Intercontinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

The Kapriva Brand is about edgy, sophisticated, risqué and elegant creations inspired by art and design from all over the world. Their exclusive luxury designer clothing is made and designed in the UK, using the finest materials sourced worldwide. Each piece is designed with inspiration from art and design from global genres, using a combination of unique embellishments and custom-designed hand embroidery, as well as Swarovski element crystals and pearls. Kapriva has a couture range, providing exclusive one-of-a-kind pieces, as well as limited edition collections. Kapriva also offers a couture design service, for those who want a unique piece, made and designed for them. Kapriva has designed bespoke pieces for various events and occasions for individual clients and stage shows and musicians in Los Angeles, including famed burlesque entertainer Vixen DeVille.

The Global Short Film Awards Gala and Fashion Shows is proud to partner with Couture Fashion Week New York and Collezioni Magazines.

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George + Ginger to Show Latest Fashions at Global Short Film Awards Cannes Gala

George + Ginger Fashion Show at the Global Short Film Awards Gala, Cannes, FranceInnovative fashion brand George + Ginger will present a selection of its most recent designs during the Cannes Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows event on May 25, 2019. Part of the fourth annual edition of the prestigious event, the gala will be held at the iconic Intercontinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

Kristi Fitzpatrick started George + Ginger Pattern Co. in 2015, based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. With a degree in Drafting and Design, she began drafting PDF sewing patterns and marketing them worldwide. She shares her passion for design with her customers and engages with them daily. The brand is active on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Reddit.

Along with designing patterns, Kristi works closely with fabric designers and promotes custom lines. As her custom designs evolved, she expanded the George + Ginger label and became involved with Fashion Week shows in New York, Los Angeles, Miami and London. Her designs feature fitted garments, complimented by draped, flowy fabrics. She focuses on designs that are conceivable on all body types and sizes.

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The MOD House Brings Brilliant Fashion Creations to the GSF Awards Cannes Gala

Top Malaysian fashion brand The MOD House will present a selection of its most recent designs during the Cannes Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows event on May 25, 2019. Part of the fourth annual edition of the prestigious event, the gala will be held at the iconic Intercontinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

Launched in 1996, The MOD House brand has grown from a distribution house to retail outlets all across Malaysia. Realizing that trends are moving towards customization and online retail, the company has consolidated and is now focusing on its online retail presence.

The creative force behind The MOD House is designer Ho Kok Loong. The brand shows multiple collections annually on prestigious runways all around the world, and consistently works with other designers to come up with the latest designs.

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Designer Grace Moon To Show Exquisite Creations at GSF Awards Cannes Gala

Fashion designer Grace Moon will present a selection of her latest creations during the Cannes Global Short Film Awards Gala and Luxury Fashion Shows event on May 25, 2019. Part of the fourth annual edition of the prestigious event, the gala will be held at the iconic Intercontinental Carlton Cannes in Cannes, France.

Grace Moon is a fashion designer and CEO of JM Inspired Design Corporation, a design consulting and brand marketing company. Throughout her 30+ years of experience in the fashion industry, Ms. Moon has worked with companies like Guess as a designer and developer, Papaya as an accessory designer, Foreign Exchange as a head merchandiser/buyer, and Moon Collection as head high-end line designer.

Grace Moon has presented her own signature brand designs at Fashion Weeks in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. She recently collaborated with the Korean high-end jewelry brand, Amore de Helen, to design and launch a fine jewelry line called Golden Cats Collection. The line is designed and made in the USA to be marketed and sold in Korea.

​Ms. Moon served as a judge for the 2016 Miss Korea Pageant for its historic 60th anniversary event. She was also invited to judge the 2017 Miss Korea Pageant and designed the one-piece dresses and the highlight evening dresses for the pageant. Ms. Moon is currently designing in Hollywood, working closely with many famous designers and producers.

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Alexandra Popescu-York Returns to Couture Fashion Week with “Mystic” Collection

Alexandra Popescu-York fashion show at Couture Fashion Week NY

Designer and artist Alexandra Popescu-York will present her latest collection at Couture Fashion Week at 4 pm on Saturday February 16, 2019. The highly-anticipated fashion show will be held at the 4W43 Building, 4 West 43rd Street, New York City.

With an instinct for composition and color, Alexandra Popescu-York, the Romanian-born designer now based in New York, is bringing back the old Hollywood extravagance to transform it into a contemporary line of luxury dresses with a twist of avant garde.

Every piece from “Mystic”, her new collection, tells a story about authenticity and  also reflects the designer’s own bold and eclectic character. Ms. Popescu-York is the only designer in the world that presents artworks of different genres at the same show, at the same time: a collection of fashion couture and a painting exhibition.

Alexandra Popescu-York has been painting since the age of three and studied fashion design and plastic arts at the University of Arts in Bucharest. Now settled in the USA for over ten years, she has built an impressive record of national and international fashion shows and exhibitions. She is a regular favorite of Couture Fashion Week audiences in New York.

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