FABRIC + St. Louis Fashion Blog Awards

Photo via STLFW

 

This Friday marks the official start to Saint Louis Fashion Week (STLFW) events! FABRIC featuring the St. Louis Fashion Blog Awards (STLFBA), a St. Louis Design Week event, will kick off one the most important seasons in STLFW history Friday, September 26th 7pm at the all-new Public Media Commons at Grand Center.

The event will celebrate the launch of the Saint Louis Fashion Fund Emerging Designer Award, in which one designer will be awarded $15,000. The St. Louis Fashion Blog Awards, presented by Well Dressed Midwest and ALIVE Magazine, acknowledges the talented fashion, lifestyle and design bloggers residing in the St. Louis metro area. The community’s top influencers will be awarded in categories including photography, content innovation and web design.

Yours truly was nominated for three STLFBA, including Best Fashion Blog, Best Written Blog and Best Newcomer, so I will be in attendance to support the blogging community and represent STLFW as an official blogger. I’m very honored and excited to be a part of STLFW this season and hope that you will be partaking in the exciting events. For a full schedule of events, click here.

Things kick off Friday at 7pm for general admission and a fashion presentation with a keynote speaker at 7:30pm and the blog awards at 8pm. A cocktail celebration with the STLFW team including staff, designers, models, hosts, sponsors and partners will follow the awards with music by DJ TrashTalk and shopping. Tickets in advance are $20, $25 at the door. Buy tickets here. Hope to see you there!

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