Saint Louis Fashion Week continues to impress. On day two of the runway series, Indulge at Plaza Frontenac wowed St. Louisans with styles from the center’s top stores—Eileen Fisher, Juicy Couture, Ann Taylor, BCBG Max Azria, Pace Farias, Lucky, Lululemon Athletica, and White House | Black Market. The looks were consistently sharp.
Fall trends presented included romantic draping, black and white, graphic and geometric prints, and knit hats. Indulge succeeded at showcasing looks that every woman (and man) would want to wear in real life.
Here are some of the photos I took at the show:
The most important takeaway from the show, though, is likely the good feeling you had knowing that your attendance helped support the mission of SSM Cardinal Glennon. Cardinal Glennon, a not-for-profit medical center with a 51-year history of caring for children in St. Louis, received 100% of the proceeds of the Indulge runway show. Elizabeth Tucker, Executive Producer and Co-founder of Saint Louis Fashion Week, briefed us on the fund-raising goals that night; and Jenny, a representative of Cardinal Glennon, talked about the crucial work of the medical center.
Tonight, we head to the Fabulous Fox Theatre for Project Runway!