As the snow keeps coming down, it can get a little harder to want to leave the comfort of your cozy couch and blanket, but there are some Denver fashion events you don’t want to miss out this week.
March brings with it the hope of spring, and this spring brings 303 Magazine‘s Denver Fashion Weekend. But before we get to that incredible event, lets take a look at what’s coming at you this week in fashion.
Upcoming fashion events – March 5-8
Manolo Blahnik Trunk Show
- Where: Neiman Marcus at Cherry Creek
When: March 5-7, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Manolo Blahnik shoes are something special, so make sure not to miss out on this great opportunity. Blahnik shoes can be seen throughout the world, with the brand’s flagship located in London. Manolo Blahnik has his own line of boutiques but also sells his creations through Neiman Marcus. Make sure to check out this trunk show and see the great deals you can get on some one-of-a-kind shoes with colors that will truly make you stand out in a crowd.
Neiman Marcus Spring Trend Luncheon
- Where: EDGE Restaurant at the Four Seasons
- When: March 6, 12:00 p.m.
- Cost: $22 per person
This is event a must for fashionistas ready to be a step ahead for the upcoming spring fashions. Join other fashion lovers and trend setters, plus view the must-haves for Spring 2015. The lunch will feature informal modeling of this year’s newest (and hottest) looks. Space is limited so call ahead for your spot: (303) 389-3050
International Gem and Jewelry Show
- Where: 451 East 58th Ave
When: March 6-8
Love jewelry? If so, this is the event for you. The International Gem and Jewelry show is back in Denver and there is no time like the present to get all the jewelry you need. The show features fine jewelry, estate pieces, loose gems, beads and accessories, and allows the public to buy directly from the manufacturer.
FGI Pop Art Fashion Show: Gallery Exhibition
- Where: Gustafson Gallery at CSU
- When: Through April 10
The CSU student chapter of Fashion Group International is showcasing the best looks from the FGI Recycled Fall Fashion show of 2014. The show features garments created by the students in CSU’s Design Department, all of which are made in styles featuring pop art.