MNfashion plans two runway shows for Spring MNfashion Week
Clothing by Emma Berg, photo by Stephanie Colgan
Exciting news for Minnesotan fashionistas: This morning MNfashion announced that the organization would be putting together a series of runway shows highlighting local designers during Spring MNfashion Week.
The events are to be held in MNfashion's Atrium in the old Grainbelt Brewery building, which also hosted this year's Holiday Bazaar and last fall's Pale Rider runway show, a collaborative effort between Raul Osorio and Danielle Everine.
Although many details are still being worked out, we do know that upcycling fashion brand CounterCouture will be hitting the runway with modern-yet-natural pieces by George Moskal on April 13. The next day surreal sweaters by designer Kevin Kramp and colorfully feminine pieces by mplsart.com founder Emma Berg will be on display. It's just one more reason we're looking forward for spring.
Clothing by CounterCouture photo by Stephanie Colgan
Clothing by Kevin Kramp, photo by Stephanie Colgan
Clothing by George Moskal, photo by Stephanie Colgan
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