Monday, October 21, 2013

ATGC On the scene; Curvy Closets

Hey Loves,
If you follow me on instagram you know that I had the pleasure of attending tje 2nd annual Curvy Closets fashion event in Philly. This is my 2nd year going and I must say it is always an event to look forward to. I did attend last year's event you can check it out here.

This year's theme was pretty in pink and a portion of the funds went to Hairless for her awareness, a none profit organization that raises money for women with Breast Cancer. I was lucky enough to be one of their bloggers for the evening so you all know I had to show up and show out. This year show included some really innovative plus size designers; Sean Anthony designs, Eolcin, and the debut of Allison McGevna's new line TwentyFour Twenty and many more.
Ace Blakely

Elocin

Empress Couture

Eyani Couture

Kiyonna
The models ripped that runway (quite literally lol) I saw some new faces, and some very familiar faces. It was an awesome evening of fashion, fun and body acceptance.
KSY+

Marle Originals

Sean Anthony Designs

TwentyFour20

I want to thank and congratulate both Colleen and Dominique for such an amazing event and for allowing me to be a part of it and bring it to my readers. I'm so proud of you 2 and wish this event many more success in the years to come.

Until next time loves.

Xoxo
Shay

4 comments:

  1. Maybe it's the age or stage of my life, but I am not impressed with a lot of these designers' styles. The models are beautiful, but it seems everything today is spandex, lycra and bodycon. Not just what you've posted here, I see this all over internet sites and blogland. I admit, I am a bit more conservative, and I tend to classify styles as business/work wear, casual wear, and evening wear. Plus sizes can be classy no matter what the venue. Hopefully, classic styling for plus sizes will come to the forefront. We're beautiful women--a class act--let's demand better.

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  2. Sean Anthony would be right up your alley.

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