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On Friday night, a line that’s show stole the audiences’ attention was J.Garten. Its unique presentation of the collection had all eyes on a beautiful display of shoes on a tray. Each model was in a black swimsuit, an interesting set of shades that looked like they were made out of mesh, enough to cover the eyes, and wearing and displaying a set of shoes. The main focus was the designers collection of stylish heels, flats, sandals, and variations of shoes that were contemporary. Designer Julliana Garten said “I wouldn’t change anything about the show because it was great and exceeded my expectations.” Her next step is to focus on getting her line in high-end boutiques and department stores.

By: Jacque Valle

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Designer Jazmin Whitley, from the MTV series House of Jazmin, presented her Decades collection on Thursday night. While her designs as she said are very timeless, each piece is fresh and different than what most designers have out. As a designer she has been growing into the fashion industry from featuring her collection in Los Angeles and New York to Phoenix. What sets her apart from other designers is that her designs a full of life and color that any woman could see herself wearing a piece from her collection at any moment. Jazmin said, “ Style wise my collection has changed over the years.” She also says she plans to grow her label into shoes and bags.

By: Jacque Valle

Qristyl Frazier Designs

Project Runway contestant Qristyl Frazier has a unique set of designs that definitely caught the audiences eyes. From fun colors and patterns to beautiful dresses, her collection accentuates the body of plus size women although she does not see it as plus size, but rather a line of “plus sexy”. Designer Qristyl said “Phoenix Fashion Week was even more than I expected and it was overwhelming but such an amazing event.” In the future, she hopes to be the first designer to show at Mercedes Benz-Fashion Week in New York.

Qristyl Frazier Designs

By: Jacque Valle


Byrnt Clothing kicked off the Thursday night of Phoenix Fashion Week with a casual yet trendy line that was youthful in its essence. From men wearing tees and jeans paired with a scarf to women sporting leggings with heels for an edgy loo, designer Erin Byrnes knows how to mix comfort and fun all in one. Designer Byres said, “The show was very organized and it was a success.” After having a fashion show two weeks previous to fashion week, her future plans now involve preparing for the holidays.

By: Jacque Valle