With Denver Fashion Weekend in front and New York Fashion Week behind, many renowned designers are visiting our Mile High City to showcase their incredible Spring/Summer collections that will be coming to stores and boutiques around the globe. Check out our schedule for fashion events happening this week and make sure to make an appearance!

Upcoming Denver fashion events this week: 


Courtesy of Talbots.com

Talbots: An Evening of Shopping, Fashion and Fun

This evening will include a visit from Talbot’s corporate stylist Barb Benesh , who will present the Spring fashion collection. This will be presented with informal modeling and will also include personal styling tips and refreshments. The evening will take place in Talbots Cherry Creek and RSVP’s are required by phone: 303-331-9111.

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Courtesy of TheSourceDenver.com

#sourcepopup Spring Market

The Source will be hosting its Spring Market this weekend! This event will showcase several vendors, including Primary Ties, Sully & Co., Banshee Press, Colleen Heinemann, Kirstin Smith, and Denver’s own Mondo Guerra.  Set in Denver’s incredible Source building, this event will be one to attend, with great vendors and an incredible setting. April 18-19 in the common area of The Source from 10AM to 4PM.

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Courtesy of CollinaStrada.com

Collina Strada Trunk Show

Collina Strada is known for their unique combination of vintage and modern style that is created to translate easily from season to season. The New York and London based company showed for the first time at New York Fashion Week and is now bringing this incredible collection to Denver. The show will take place at Denver’s own Goldyn Boutique on April 23rd and will feature the designer’s S/S 2015 ready to wear collection as well as a visit from the designer herself. 5-8PM.


Courtesy of MOPS.org

Darling! A Fashion Fundraiser

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and retailer Evereve will be joining forces to present a fashion fundraiser this Thursday night. The show will feature contemporary apparel with MOPS mom’s modeling the clothing. All proceeds will benefit MOPS membership scholarships for moms-in-need. To find out more about what MOPS is all about, check out their website here. In the meantime, make sure to get tickets for this great event! April 16th at Palazzo Verdi, $125 per person (including dinner).


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Courtesy of MollyBrown.org

Molly Brown House Museum: “Diamonds in the Daytime: The Changing Fashions of Margaret Brown’s World.”

The Colorado Art Institute students took inspiration from the fashion surrounding Molly Brown’s world and translated it into their own designs based on historical pieces. These designs were then used to create fashion plate drawings, of which the winning drawing will be sold in the museum gift shop. The winning designs will also be featured as part of the museum’s current exhibit “Diamonds in the Daytime: The Changing Fashions of Margaret Brown’s World,” which according to the museum‘s website “explores the shifting fashion modes as a reflection of social change as America moved through the Gilded Age and into the Great Depression.”