Arizona's Talking Stick Resorts Hosts Phoenix Fashion Week

Heads up, fashionistas! Designers, buyers and fans will descend on Arizona's Talking Stick Resort for the return of Phoenix Fashion Week, October 3-6. The fashion extravaganza will showcase collections for both Holiday 2012 and Spring 2013. As part of the four-day event, attendees will enjoy numerous events including runway shows, trunk sales, retail events, workshops and parties.

This year, Phoenix Fashion Week at Talking Stick Resort will feature 15 established fashion designers, 12 emerging designers and 10 accessory designers. The collections shown will range from evening and resort wear to luxury sportswear, high fashion swimwear and fashionable accessory collections. The catwalk will be highlighted by a finale runway show on October 6 by celebrity designer Furne One all the way from Dubai.

“Furne One is currently worn by Katy Perry, Beyonce’, Nicki Minaj, and other top celebrities, our guests will be inspired by his collection,” said Brian Hill, executive director of Phoenix Fashion Week.

In addition to the fashion week show lineup, Talking Stick Resort will play host to the event’s Style Villa, designed by Classy Closets. The Style Villa, staged in the resort’s Coffee Garden, is an assembly of trendy shopping from Phoenix Fashion Week’s own emerging and established designers as well as local fashion brands. For the first time, this year the booths will be open to the public, giving the fashion community the opportunity to buy direct while networking with the creative minds behind local brands. The Style Villa will open daily, October 4-6, during Phoenix Fashion Week at 5 p.m.

For more information, visit www.talkingstickresort.com or www.phoenixfashionweek.com.

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