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Kansas City Fashion Week Blogger Preview #KCFW

Hey everyone! Yesterday, I was lucky enough to get to get a sneak peak of what to expect at Kansas City Fashion week.  I was so excited as this is the first Kansas City fashion week I have been able to be a part of.  With the amazing prepping and hard  work going on behind the scenes, it is clear this is going to be a fashion show you won’t want to miss.  Along with a few of my other blogging friends we got a fun look at a few different designers and some of the hard work that is going to make this show a success.


The picture above is my awesome Kansas City blogging friends.  From left to right: Jana from Style Fashion Blog,  Sarah (me) from Sarah Scoop, Kim from Kimberly Loc and Erin from Pretty Polished Perfect.

When we first arrived we watched the Kansas City Fashion week models practice their walk.


Then we got the chance to site down and have a little question and answer with a 3 of the very talented designers that will be presenting at Kansas City Fashion Week.

First, Janay Andrews showed us some of her beautiful wedding designs.  I absolutly love her eco friendly and creative approach to wedding designs.


Next, we chatted with Michelle Kleineweber from Little Shell Designs.  She is so creative that she actually used beautiful stones to inspire her line.


Last, we talked with Tiffany Headley from The Haus of Donna Faye.  Her line is named after her fashionable Grandma.  She had some of the most amazing sketches I have ever seen.


Each of these designers are so amazingly talented.  I hope you will check out their websites above.  This little preview got me even more excited about Kansas City Fashion Week.  If you are interested in attending you can purchase tickets now and check out their awesome scheduleKansas City Fashion week takes place February 28 through March 3, 2013.

I hope to see you there. 🙂

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