GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) — With 27 shows on several runways, Greenville Fashion Week spotlight models and architects across the United States. “We had been the textile capital of the sector, and now we’re transitioning into a present-day way, just to exhibit fashion on a real runway, the New York fashion, right downtown on Main Street,” co-executive director Megan Heinz says.
Backstage, fashion designer Laura Citron tells us that 70s fashion is again in style. “Peasant attire is having a sincerely large moment right now,” she says. “They’re a throwback to prairie peasant style in the 70s.”
Her husband, Andrew Clancy, designed for stars like Keisha, Beyonce, and Lady Gaga.
He’s debuting a state-of-the-art space-themed collection Saturday for his label Any Old Iron. Clancy says numerous of those will possibly be visible in tune videos or on magazine covers. “Half of this will go to my p.R.,” he says. “And then they may go to celebrities, so this is all the new stuff yet to be seen everywhere.”
This is the first style show for Harry Connick Jr.’s daughter Kate Connick, a 21-12 months vintage former Furman.
University scholar who’s now a fashion designer.
“I initially began using the concept of rings and ribbons,” she says. “The rings represent humans and the ri; ribbons represent a shared concept and connection… I’m leaning closer to streetwear and athleisure because I like to put on more of it.” Her athleisure line became inspired by the ladies in her life, including her mother, Jill Goodacre, a former Victoria’s Secret model. “She’s constantly designing,” Connick says. “We’re simply going to paintings collectively more excellent and doing this likdoinga a mom-daughter component in the future. Greenville Fashion Week occasions started Wednesday and are on Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.