Earlier this month Fashion Week Brooklyn held their bi-annual fashion week for the F/W 2016 Collections. This season marks their 10th anniversary and it was appropriately named “Fashion Celebration”. The week was filled with events including the Annual Denim Walk which supports Denim Day NYC to Pop-Up Shops and so much more. If you weren’t able to attend Fashion Week Brooklyn, here’s a quick recap of some of the action that took place over the week.
Pre FWBK Fashion Events
Kings Plaza and BK Style / FWBK Earth Day
Designer Competition RECYCLE THE RUNWAY
|Sustainable designers: Trudy Miller, Jakiem Crayon, and Xiomara Morgan show off their pieces featuring all recycled materials at the Recycle the Runway fashion competition at Kings Plaza.
Denim Walk – From Brooklyn to City Hall supporting Denim Day NYC
New York City on April 27, 2016.
|Image Credit: Photographer CL Mitchell of CL Vision
|There you have it for now from Fashion Week Brooklyn. Be sure to follow them on their website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat (fashionweekblkn)for updates leading up to next season’s show this fall. We here at My Own Sense of Fashion will also keep you posted on all the latest as well.
Fashion Week Brooklyn is founded by Founder and Director Rick Davy. The bi-annual fashion event highlights collections from some of the best designers in the Brooklyn area which sets it apart from other fashion weeks. In addition to the cutting edge fashion, Fashion Week Brooklyn dedicated each season to their charitable efforts for organizations such as Soles4Souls Foundation, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Art In Motion Show, Denim Day NYC and Colel Chabad.
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