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While New York Fashion Week 2017 was wrapping up in NYC, things were just getting started in Red Bank, NJ last month. The success of Red Bank Blooms, the first fashion show this past Spring, left guests excited and wanting more. The obvious next step for the Red Bank Business Alliance was to reunite to bring the community the latest in Fall and upcoming Winter trends and fashions, all of which could be purchased in our local boutiques in town.
Fashion en Rosé took place on October 12th, 2017 at The Downtown on West Front Street. The level of collaboration and teamwork between several Red Bank businesses made the night fun, exciting, laid back and glamorous all at the same time.
Custom crafted decor and event coordination by For the Love of Details, located within The Wedding Establishment
Jewelry from Poor Cat Designs & Goldtinker
The runway showcased looks from seven different clothing boutiques, all of which have completely different styles for all customer types, including both men and women.
Runway looks from Sorella Bella Boutique, The Haute Maven, Physhion, & Madison Boutique
An event like this gives us the opportunity to come together and show the public how Red Bank truly is a one-stop shop not just for entertainment and dining, but for shopping especially. We all support each other on a daily basis by recommending neighboring boutiques for specific customer needs, so this runway show was the perfect opportunity to put these collaborations on display.
Live mannequin wearing Goldtinker & Poor Cat Designs and Sweetest Sin Boutique Bodysuit. Runway model wearing Garmany Pants Suit and Sweetest Sin Boutique B.tempt’d Bra.
Runway model wearing Aubade Paris Fall and Winter collection sets available at Sweetest Sin Boutique
Runway models wearing pieces from Ugg, Eberjey, Midnight Bakery, Else Lingerie, and Aubade Paris from Sweetest Sin Boutique
Night out at The Downtown in Red Bank
Photos by Life as Fine Art
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