ALIVE On The Scene: STLFW Fashion's Day Out Boutique Tour
Ending Saint Louis Fashion Week in style, ten area boutiques sprawled over five St. Louis neighborhoods hosted trunk shows featuring goods from ten local and national designers. Folks who were looking to snag pieces straight off the STLFW runway plotted their routes and hit the road—touring boutiques and shopping the looks straight from the hands of the designers. Here’s a closer look at Fashion’s Day Out.
Kirkwood boutique, Blush, offered guests a specialized collection of fall pieces provided by national brand, Free People. A percent of the proceeds went to charity partner, Angel’s Arms.
Femme offered up Eva Franco‘s fun collection at their Maplewood shop.
Ivy Hill snagged some new pieces by local designer, Laura Kathleen, for their event in the Central West End.
Ivy Hill‘s Ladue location featured St. Louis-based designer, Emily Koplar’s line Wai Ming, boasting charming, ready-to-wear pieces.
Lusso featured wares from Rungolee, and hosted designer Anjali Kamra at their Clayton boutique.
Womenswear boutique, Mister Guy, featured jewelry by CZ Burnes and a trunk show by Lafayette 148.
World Chess Hall of Fame’s Q Boutique offered guests a special preview of their space and pieces from the upcoming exhibit, “A Queen Within.”
In addition, Kirkwood boutique, The Clover, finished up the day with a Henry & Belle trunk show to benefit The National Children’s Cancer Society. All boutiques featured refreshments and complimentary samples of Skinny Girl wine.