Our first-ever fashion show was an awe-inspiring event that set the tone for the fashion-forward path. Held at a chic venue, 201 Tapas Lounge, the show featured the evolution of SickFit embarking on both sick unreleased and released designs. The runway was graced with vibrant colors, bold patterns, and pieces that sparked conversation, leaving the audience in awe and eagerly awaiting what the future had in store. Models of all shapes, sizes, ethnicities, and genders were the stars of the runway, representing the myriad of perspectives and styles that exist in the world.
The Power of Collaboration:
Our fashion show showed the power of collaboration through all aspects to include live performers, photography, videography, models, and the collaborations of individual designers through collections released. Urban Artist KLZ performed alongside Avi, Sidney Bailey performed her unreleased track, “Gimme Gimme” and SMF Meezy performed his famous track, “Boy who Cried Wolf.” Additionally, Bring Xcellence Film Company and team controlled all media alongside Photography by Laporte, Visualz by Kuntry, Higher Level Photography and Osirus Productions.
Behind the Scenes:
While the fashion show was grand and mesmerizing, the months of preparation, dedication, and hard work from our team and the designers deserve applause. From countless fittings and model castings to meticulous stage setups and lighting arrangements, the behind-the-scenes efforts made these events possible. Thank you to everyone who played a vital role, especially modeling coach Oceana Howards and SickFit Ambassadors.
After the show, the celebration continued with an exclusive after-party, where guests and participants had the chance to mingle, enjoy the cake cutting, exchange ideas, and shop all collections featured. The after-party provided a perfect opportunity for networking and forging new connections within the fashion community.
Gratitude and Future Aspirations:
As we celebrated our two years of sick fashion, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our audience, fashion enthusiasts, designers, and partners for their unwavering support. Every clap and cheer in the audience fueled our passion to curate unforgettable collections.
Looking ahead, our aspiration for the upcoming years is to continue breaking boundaries, creating conversational pieces, nurturing emerging talent, and using fashion as a medium for positive change. We aim to push the envelope further, inspiring others to embrace their unique style and appreciate the diversity of the fashion world.
Our two-year anniversary fashion show was a celebration of not just style, but also creativity, passion, and dedication. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who made this event possible - the designers, models, makeup artists, hairstylists, sponsors, and, of course, our incredible audience. As we move into the future, we promise to continue to Live the SickFit Culture and Keep Life Sick.
Here's to many more years of unforgettable style!
Share your thoughts:
If you attended our two-year anniversary fashion show or followed it from afar, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Which collection stole the show? What were our favorite runway moments? Which model stole the show? Did you see Bring Xcellence Film Company work? Let’s talk about our host Markieta Bryant! Feel free to share your experiences and insights in the comments section below!