Schomp MINI’s Top 5 Favorite Moments From Denver Fashion Weekend Fall ’15

November 19th, 2015 by

Denver Fashion Weekend

Fall 2015, presented by Schomp Automotive, took place last week and was the biggest show we’ve seen yet. Four nights of fashion and fun gave thousands of guests the opportunity to check out this season’s hottest trends, along with seeing some exciting styling.

Whether you made it to DFW this season or not, we’re recapping our top favorite moments. From a Lego head to beautiful boutique fashion, DFW definitely delivered.

Here are Schomp MINI’s top 5 moments from DFW Fall ’15:

Burton

For the third time, Burton presented at Denver Fashion Weekend, showcasing 40 looks of men’s and women’s fashion on Thursday night. From snowboard jackets and pants to onesies that are sure to keep you warm all season, Burton presented an amazing collection of bright colors, patterns and textures.

Non-Traditional Show

For the first time ever, 303 Magazine hosted the Non-Traditional fashion show, which took place on Wednesday. This show gave models who have been told “no” the opportunity to model and showcase their talent. The categories included plus size, petite, over 30 and tattoos.

The Schomp Lounge

As the presenter of Denver Fashion Weekend, Schomp Automotive always hosts a lounge in the VIP cocktail room. This year, we draped beautiful white curtains from the tall ceiling overhead the guests. The room was lit up with different colors and the cups from the bar all exclaimed “Schomp Automotive.”

The Runway

If you’ve been to DFW before, you probably noticed that the runway changed this time around. DFW decided to go with a runway on the floor. This is a trend seen at New York Fashion Week every year, so 303 wanted to take it to the next level. It also gave DFW guests the opportunity to see the looks up close.

Hair Show

Closing out Denver Fashion Weekend Fall ’15 was the Hair Show on Sunday. This event is always a fan favorite, as several local salons participate to showcase extreme hair, makeup and costumes. We saw it all this year including the Lego head, as well as a model with Barbies tangled up in her hair.

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