Logo Credit: Coastal Fashion Week

Coastal Fashion Week “The Movement”  made a stop in Mobile for the Summer edition over the weekend.  The multi-state fashion show took place at Gulf Quest National Maritime Museum located on Mobile’s picturesque waterfront.  Keeping reading to find out more in case you missed it.

Waterfront view from Gulf Quest National Maritime Museum

Image Credit: Tamarah Brown for My Own Sense of Fashion

As one of the bloggers for the evening, here’s my exclusive straight from the front row.  We started off the evening with the Kids and Teens show.  Some designers from this portion of the show include Mya Lee Designs & Hope Halos by Tiny Designs and many more.

After this portion of the show, we took a thirty-minute intermission.   During this time guests could take additional photos on the red carpet courtesy of Photographer Sarah Demuth of Sarah Demuth Photography.

Blogger Tamarah Brown of My Own Sense of Fashion

Image Credit: Photographer Sarah Demuth of Sarah Demuth Photography

Bloggers of the Evening (L-R) Tamarah Brown of My Own Sense of Fashion, Kayla Thomas of With Love, Deni and Brittney Wittner of Censtsible Blonde

Image Credit: Photographer Sarah Demuth of Sarah Demuth Photography

Soule’ Pop

Image Credit: Tamarah Brown for My Own Sense of Fashion

Following the intermission, we heard from the local organization Queens with Dreams, which donates trial size items every other month to local women charities such as McKemie Place and Penelope House.   The next portion of the show was dedicated to the Evening fashion show. Some of the evening designers include Lisa L Jack Fashions, Mya Lee Designs, Soule’ Pop,  & Designs by G.

We close out the show with a final walk from the models with their school supplies donations for local students.  There was an announcement of the winners of the models and designer competition.  The Designer Competition semi-finalist was Designer Lisa L Jack of Lisa L Jack Fashions.  The winner was announced at the New Orleans show that took place on Monday night.  There were some issues with parking and I also think a Blogger’s booklet (i.e. designers’ social media and etc.) would be helpful. 

Other than that, it was a great night for fashion that gives back to the community. My Own Sense of Fashion was glad to be part of it.  That’s it until next season’s show.

Did you attend Coastal Fashion Week? What was your favorite moment or collection? Which event should we cover next? Let us know in the comments below.

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