Charleston Fashion Week 2014

Featured designers

I am in love with Charleston! Every time I visit Charleston I feel like stepping back in time at sight of the majestical mansions, the scenic promenade and the historic downtown. Narrow alleys, beautiful gardens hidden behind mansions, the history of Charleston is alive with each corner and each stone.

Charleston has this special Southern charm that appeals to people who want to escape the stress and daily routine. Charleston is also the home of the most exuberant, enchanting, elegant, intense, world class annual fashion event in South Carolina – Charleston Fashion Week – The Emerging Top 20 Designers East Coast Competition.

Charleston Fashion Week CFW 2014

CFW 2014

Baker Motor Company Charleston Fashion Week will be held  under the tents in Marion Square, in the Historic Downtown, in March 18-22, 2014. The emerging designers will feature their Fall 2014 collections on the nights of Tuesday through Friday and the featured designers will end each night of runway fashion show. Saturday will be the most glamorous and exciting day of the Charleston Fashion Week 2014. The emerging bridal designers will showcase the Spring Bridal Collection and the Fashion Finale will end the five celebration nights of fashion with the winner of the Emerging Designers East Coast Competition – Charleston Fashion Week 2014. Five nights of glamour, talent, and suspense!

If you live in the South you should not miss this unique fashion event on the East Coast! If you can’t be there than stay tuned on my blog and I’ll keep you updated via web with the Charleston Fashion Week 2014 runway shows.  XoXo, I’ll be your fashion GossipGirl!

Charleston Fashion Week 2014 promotional video:

Featured designers – credit info: Charleston Fashion Week®

1. Oberima Afriyie

  • won the CFW 2013 Emerging designers competion
  • his collection is inspired by Hollywood heroes such as Humphrey Bogart and James Dean.
  • embraces the concept of “the gentleman” and he believes that there is a gentleman in every man who embraces own confidence and self-knowledge

2. David Hart

  • started his fashion designer career at age 17
  • he designed with Anna Sui, Tommy Hilfiger, and Ralph Lauren
  • in 2009, he launched his independent neckwear line, David Hart & Co., a collection of luxury ties, bow ties, and pocket scarves
  • and this past year expanded with the debut of his first full ready-to-wear collection of menswear under the label David Hart

3. Hunter Bell

  • South Carolina native, Bell began designing clothes for her Barbie dolls at a young age using fabric scraps found in her mother’s sewing room
  • she has worked with big names in fashion such as Rebecca Taylor and Nanette Lepore
  • she has recently won the second season of NBC’s Fashion Star, in which competitors worked to have their collections bought by Express, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue
  • her designs are carried in 100 boutiques nationwide, including Nordstrom, Shopbop.com and Revolve.com.

4. Brandon Sun

  • he made a name for himself while working with luxury brands such as J. Mendel and Oscar de la Renta
  • he collaborated with Blackglama furs for the “What Becomes a Legend Most?” ad campaign featuring Janet Jackson in 2010
  • he presented his own collection of ready-to-wear and fur coats at the 2012 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

5. Timo Weiland
Team designers: Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein, & Donna Kang

  • Timo Weiland, the creative director behind the eponymous label, tried his hand at corporate investment banking
  • the trio (Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein, and Donna Kang) collaborates as a team on each design
  • their fall collection is inspired by a Cindy Sherman film


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