2019 Runway Looks: Omaha Fashion Week

Tulle, chiffon, metallics, color blocking and social reform 

All concepts found on the Omaha Fashion Week runway  

Front Row Seats at Omaha Fashion Week (PC: Dylan Tinnerstet; Designer: Hannah Jensen)

Front Row Seats at Omaha Fashion Week (PC: Dylan Tinnerstet; Designer: Hannah Jensen)

  Whether it was textiles or the aura of an era, the 2019 Spring Show was a fashion resurgence

 

A nod to decades past

Fifties Throwback:  Victoria Cygan 

Vintage silhouettes, neck scarves, retro hair styles and feminine makeup prints created this fifties inspired collection.  

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Recycled Style

Repurposed Professional: Greta Slagle Designs  

A fun, flirty business collection created from thrifted menswear materials. Embroidered cheetahs, 3D flowers, belts and mini skirts create this edgy yet girly line.  

PC: Kathy Rae Photography; Designer: Greta Slagle Designs

PC: Kathy Rae Photography; Designer: Greta Slagle Designs

Sustainable Style: XI 2 SI

This bright, bold, color-blocked collection used repurposed materials, putting a focus on the possibility of sustainability in the fashion industry.

This isn’t the first time we’re seeing this trend in Omaha. To learn how the fashion industry has an impact on the environment and hear from an OFW designer looking to change that, check out my special report, Recycled Style. 

Designer: XI 2 SI

Designer: XI 2 SI

Jessica Stevenson