What We Loved from the STLFW Designer Presentation

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

Four phenomenal St. Louis-based designers gave the crowd a taste of their most current collections during the cocktail hour before the final runway show of Saint Louis Fashion Week. Here is a closer look at the fashion presentations by Blue Bird Apparel, Devil City, Dipped & Dyed and Michael Drummond.

The presentation was held in the main terminal of the newly revamped Union Station. Photo by Matt Kile.

The presentation was held in the main terminal of the newly revamped Union Station. Photo by Matt Kile.

Blue Bird Apparel

Evil kitties have never looked so chic. Anna Friss' collection highlights the darker side of fashion with sleek and sassy looks with a youthful edge. Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

Evil kitties have never looked so chic. Anna Friss’ collection highlights the darker side of fashion with sleek and sassy looks with a youthful edge. Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

Devil City

Devil City showcased charming and fun retro-inspired swim wear that had us lusting for a trip to the beach. Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

Devil City showcased charming and fun retro-inspired swim wear that had us lusting for a trip to the beach. Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

Dipped & Dyed

For socially conscious brand Dipped & Dyed, smooth silks in bright colors and patterns encapsulated a worldly charm, with a hint of whimsy.  Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

For socially conscious brand Dipped & Dyed, smooth silks in bright colors and patterns encapsulated a worldly charm, with a hint of whimsy. Photo by Rachel Vincenz.

Michael Drummond

Michael Drummond impressed the crowd with a fresh collection of delicate yet edgy handmade garments that were futuristic and feminine. Photo by Matt Kile.

Michael Drummond impressed the crowd with a fresh collection of delicate yet edgy handmade garments that were futuristic and feminine—styled perfectly with his signature flair.  Photo by Matt Kile.

 

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