This Week In Fashion: Buckley K Hosts A Trunk Show At Woody's And Michael Drumond Sets Up Shop At Skif

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

Events

Luxury travel designers (and St. Louis natives) Anne Kennedy Dotson and Sarah Kennedy of Buckley K are taking their now Chicago-based brand on the road for a trunk show series that kicks off in St. Louis. Join the designers on May 9-10 at Woody’s Mens Shop as they showcase their new collection of effortless and timeless traveler-friendly basics inspired by the island of Capri, Italy. The pair will be sharing packing tips, fashion must-haves and more during the event which will take place from 12pm-6pm on Friday and 10am-4pm on Saturday. Mark your calendars and preview the collection on BuckleyK.com. 10411 Clayton Road

Photo courtesy of Buckley K

Photo courtesy of Buckley K

An event that combines fashion, music and spoken word poetry will be held at Fitz’s in the Loop on Wednesday, May 7 at 9pm. Beauty and Beats will feature a runway show and live performances by several St. Louis area talents in an effort to highlight the broad scene of fashion and music. For tickets and more information, visit the official event page.

CWE Flea—the Central West End’s annual outdoor flea market—opened up last weekend and will take place the first Saturday of the month from May through November, offering up wares from a variety of locals including Jenny Walker Jewelry, Native Pops, Fable + Lore, Legacy Chutney and Once in a Blue Moon Antiques. For more information, visit the CWE Flea website. 449 N. Euclid

Style Bits

  • St. Louis-based interior designer and HGTV Design Star finalist Jessie Miller (along with fellow STL designer Jacob Laws) posted a sneak peek on social media a few days ago hinting at the possibility that the pair may be filming a reality TV show around the St. Louis area. Information was scarce since the project is still under wraps, but Miller was able to tell us that the show will be completely based in the city with an all St. Louis cast and will be shown on a brand new TV network.
  • St. Louis’ rule-breaking fashion designer Michael Drummond released to ALIVE exclusively this week that he is opening up a curated pop-up shop inside Skif International‘s space on Marconi Avenue on The Hill. His plans include selling his own merchandise along with fellow local clothing, art and jewelry designers he selects to feature during events that will begin this month. Stay tuned to Style Notes for the latest details!
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