Kansas City Fashion Week Ticket Code + Details

by Sarah Scoop

I have been going to Kansas City fashion week for years and ever year just gets better & better!! I am so excited for this years show!! If you don’t have your tickets yet you can use code SARAHSCOOP20 to get 20% off your ticket purchases. Now, here’s the scoop on all you need to know about the upcoming Kansas City Fashion Week. From new designers to what to wear, here’s the scoop.

When is it?

Get ready for glitz, glam, and most importantly, fashion. The upcoming spring and summer season for Kansas City Fashion Week will take place in the Grand Hall at Union Station on September 18th through the 21st. Each show begins at 6 p.m. each night.

  • Wednesday, September 18th- 6pm-9pm – Runway Show – The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Thursday, September 19th- 6pm-9pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Friday, September 20th- 6pm-10pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Saturday, September 21st- 6pm-10pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station

Who will be there?

Every season, Kansas City Fashion Week does an amazing job of choosing a diverse and talented cast of designers. This upcoming season, there are well-known and internationally recognized names, as well as Kansas City locals and fashion week newcomers showcasing their work on the runway. Each one has an incredible story of how their collections came to be. Read below for the scoop on a few we’re very excited about!

Any Old Iron – Andrew Clancey

Any Old Iron made their debut on the Kansas City runway last F/W ’19 season. Andrew Clancey creates jaw-dropping, head-turning styles that grab everyone’s attention the second one of his pieces enters a room. Originally from England, he opened up his first store in New York City and later moved to Nashville, Tennessee to expand his brand. Any Old Iron has been worn by the likes of Lady Gaga, The Jonas Brothers, Beyonce, Ozzy Osbourne, Taylor Swift, and Elton John.

Nakota Style – Tonya Pesch

Tonya, a Kansas City native, gets her inspiration from Western lifestyle and the feeling of being a free-spirited gypsy soul. She got her formal training from Johnson County Community College and later went on to finish her degree at Stephens College in Columbia, MO. She focuses on depicting that free-spirited flow in all of her collections and loves working with leather. This will be her first debut on the Kansas City Fashion Week runway.

Georgina Herrera

Another Kansas City-based brand, Georgina Herrera creates jewelry designed to reflect her Mexican heritage. She uses her culture to fuse today’s trends with her roots, and the results are truly stunning. Each piece is made to be a statement, whether it’s worn in the office or to a gala. Georgina Herrera Designs has been showcased several times in Kansas City, but has also been a part of Miami Swim Week, Paris Fashion Week, and will make her New York City Fashion Week debut this upcoming fall.

Topping Designs – Duane Topping

Duane Topping retired from the United States Military in 2012, and has used clothing design to cope with his PTSD. He has since used his brand to inspire women and those who don’t want to be labeled to be bold, adventurous, and powerful. The Phoenix is a common theme in his clothes, as his rebirth into fashion from the military is similar to a Phoenix rising from the ashes. He has been published in Vogue, Pump Magazine, and Shuba, and has been featured in fashion weeks across the country.

Maang – Yasi Fayal

Yasi Fayal’s collection focuses heavily on her multicultural experiences. She studied in Milan, Italy at Brera Fine Arts Academy, and uses her Middle Eastern background as inspiration for her designs. Yasi is also trained in mineral engineering. The geometric and mathematical patterns that appear frequently in her garments are a reflection of that schooling.

What should you wear?

The shows at Kansas City Fashion Week do not have a particular dress code, but you should absolutely be ready to dress to impress. It’s a good time to experiment with new fashions and style trends that you might not have been brave enough to try just yet. Many attendees dress in patterned blazers, floor-length gowns, with plenty of statement pieces abound.

Get tickets!!

The breakdown for runway shows is below. I am so excited to attend and hope to see you there. If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet you can get 20% off your tickets when you use code: SARAHSCOOP20

  • Wednesday, September 18th- 6pm-9pm – Runway Show – The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Thursday, September 19th- 6pm-9pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Friday, September 20th- 6pm-10pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station
  • Saturday, September 21st- 6pm-10pm- Runway Show- The Grand Hall at Union Station

Again, use code SARAHSCOOP20 for 20% off your tickets!

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