If you didn’t go to Church last night, you missed a truly enlightening experience.
303 Magazine’s inaugural 303 Music Fest took over Church Nightclub with a massive party, proving music really is good for the soul. Presented by Liv-Well Enlightened Health, the event included special performances, a silent disco, a musician meet-and-greet room and a Colorado musician SuperJam hosted by Denver funk group Other Black featuring strictly local musicians.
Colorado Media School student, Jamie Johansson, attended the Fest to interview local talent for a project and was moved by how important it was to those involved. “This is such a great thing to have happened for local artists because they are finally getting the opportunity to do what they love so they’re all really excited to be here,” she said.
Guests turned up to the unique event in their signature style, wearing everything from boho to bodycon, so we put together the following glimpse of the night’s street style scene.
Denver fashion blogger and designer, Koya Nyangi, added African-inspired flare to her edgy outfit.
“This snakeskin skirt is I.AM.GIA. I discovered the brand when I was in Australia and love their detailing, like this zipper and removable chain.” – Vivian Louthan
Brittany Williams performed with Other Black for the SuperJam. “I got this chain for Christmas. My mom knows my flavor. My style is very Game of Thrones inspired, so she gave me this.”
Jamie Johansson opted for bright blue bodycon for the Fest.
Artist, Latasha Dunston, came out to support some of her best friends who were part of the Fest.
Musician, KG, decided to pay tribute to classic Americana with some denim-on-denim style.
Musician, Anna Orsborn, collected thrift store finds to put together her outfit. “I’m a very eccentric person so I like different textures, like this alligator purse that was $4.”
“This is literally me all the time. I’m edgy and I try everything out.” – Candace Nelson
“Everything I’m wearing is thrifted. I’m a big thrifter so I go to arc Thrift off of Quebec once a week.” – Jess Gregory
“I have a project coming out called ‘Green Back’ so I really like wearing green. Then I got my bandana. I’m really bad about taking haircuts, so I just wear a bandana.” – Hip-Hop artist, Acyfe.
Gina Kuzmick rocked a flow-y blouse from local boutique Starlet, complete with a Goorin Brothers hat she received as a gift from her boyfriend.
Dynamic duo, Church Fire donned their signature looks before they took the stage.
All photography by Kyle Cooper.