What You Missed—Denver Fashion Week Day Seven: National

day seven of Denver Fashion Week in the Sports Castle, a Non-Plus Ultra venue introduced the Denver fashion community to national brands MadVan Design, Giulianelli Designs, Bukkyara, creative clothing, Y stylish geo. With looks that transport the audience from childhood to the future, Day Seven: National It was a Saturday night you didn’t want to miss.

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MadVan Design

Designer madison vanderlingen opened night seven and the crowd was not disappointed. Vanderlingen’s designs filled the runway with tulle skirts, stuffed animal purses, primary colors and textured floral tunics, a collection of designs that captivated audiences and sparked inspiration within the community. kylie klein closed the show in a exquisite white dress, accompanied by her mystery man with a pink feline stuffed animal head and a gold chain necklace. The models wore an exaggerated blush fostering that feeling of childhood nostalgia. Combining doll outfits with female empowerment, the audience was left buzzing and wanting more.

Giulianelli Designs

Designer Michelle Giulianelli excited the audience for spring with modern and couture designs. Giulianelli’s designs stood out strongly at the top of this season’s trends. The clothing captured a chic western energy while incorporating a touch of modernism through layers of leather and rope. With see-through pants, silk dresses, and a unique texture, it was clear Giulianelli Designs he knew what people wanted.


Bukkyara wowed the crowd that opened the show with loud music, followed by a model in a royal blue pantsuit with gold accents. Designer Bukola Araoye The designs took modest looks and gave them a festive touch. With the use of sparkles, ruffles and asymmetry, the audience was left in awe of a world outside of their own. The designs featured Gatsby-esque suits and a fresh take on the pure trend. The show closed in a luxurious ball gown and shimmering tiara, leaving audiences feeling like they were part of their own Snow White fairy tale.

creative clothing

Designer dakota catered to the audience’s inner indie sleaze by bringing designs with feathers, corsets, gloves, pearls, tulle and more. The designs, combined with striking bird makeup, transformed the models into feathered creatures when they took to the runway last night. The models wore muted tones and incorporated tulle and gloves, bringing grunge in a contemporary way. The final look was a dress made entirely of zippers, demonstrating once again the talent that designer Dakota has when it comes to handmade pieces.

GEO with style

GEO with style closed night seven with a bang. With looks that included leather, chains, bracelets, capes and reflectors, the crowd was transported to a futuristic dream. The models wore pieces in contrasting fabrics complete with black buckles and the GEO logo printed throughout. Specialized in high fashion streetwear, designers Nia, Nino and MG Megi Gabunia brought a taste of Europe to the Denver home fashion scene. Looks included pea coats with leather shoulder pads and strings hanging down the back, metallic pants, bags dangling from the shoulder straps, and leather body pieces. GEO In Style left the audience itching for the chance to fulfill their European fantasy.

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See Night Seven Street Style, Step and Repeat and Gallery Photos

All photos by Roxanna Carrasco. street style gallery by Roxana Carrasco. Step and Repeat by Jeff Fried.

Hair: Rebecca Glover, Shoshanna DetrickRachel Koeppen, Yaeslin Meran, Bee Barnack, Joshua Halladay, JJ Dymond-Tynes, Chad Smith, Dakota Malacara, Paul Salas, Aleether-Christine Threlkel, and Jaylene Ban

Make-up: kyle hamilton, nelly hernandezYahaira Bactista, Hakima Afiri, Tracie Bethea, Leah Llanes, Jordyn Arielle

Hair: Paul Salas

Makeup Manager: jordyn arielle

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