Fort Worth Fashion Week’s official Launch Party on Saturday, October 2, was one for the record books! Guests decked out to the nines spilled out onto the rooftop deck of Seven Lounge just as a beautiful sunset overlooking The Modern and Pioneer Tower took place. Phillip Maximilian, a local tailor and the owner of Mener Grand Train, is the man behind bringing Fashion Week to Fort Worth.
Seen mingling amongst the crowd were a collection of trendsetters in the Fort Worth fashion scene, including: Samantha Stewart, Liz Nelson, Rambo Elliott, Matthew Miller a.k.a. Sunflowerman, Airin Barnett, Alana Kay and Anna Vickers.
Inside Seven Lounge, a dazzling combination of stage lights and camera flashes filled the dancefloor as guests gathered around the stage. Throughout the evening, partygoers were delighted by special performances by Lou Charle$, Ronnie Heart, Yokyo, Virtud, Luc-Id, Roane and Siobhan.
If you missed the launch party, Madeworthy will keep you updated with details of upcoming Fashion Week events as they develop. The first Fort Worth Fashion Week is expected to take place in late February of 2022, with a final date to be announced.
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