Sacramento Fashion Week 2016: California’s Capital Does Runway

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We all know of the major players of Fashion Weeks; New York, Milan, London, Paris, Tokyo. But throughout the USA there are several cities that hold their own events. A fashion-centric, Sacramento-based, week long event produced by Duane Ram, Missy O’Daniel, and Ryan Brough, has recently concluded. The 10th anniversary of Sacramento Fashion Week took place February 21st-27th 2016, culminating Sacramento’s talented pool of designers, models, makeup artists, hair stylists, clothing stylists, production crew, photographers/videographers, and fashionistas.
The Sunday kick-off event took place at the California Auto Museum featuring local boutiques, showcasing upcoming trends to be hitting their stores, and guest were able to shop all the looks and more that same night. Boutiques included: Mirror Mirror Fashion | Rire Boutique | Neetu Sfashion | Sei Bella Boutique | Identity Boutique | Krazy Mary’s Boutique | Runway / Button Up Boutique | Retrospect Vintage Fashion.
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
The Monday event was that of a Fashion Forum, held at the Art Institute of Sacramento, and consisted of talks and advice from successful industry professionals and entrepreneurs. Discussion of latest trends, business tips, and fashion industry advice were welcomed with grateful nods by those who attended. Key speakers include Claude Brown, Pete Haynes, Amy Wister, Richard Hallmarq, Veronica Castro, Duane Ram, Jany Stehman and Brandon Earl.
Tuesday’s event provided a model boot camp for current and aspiring models to learn the proper techniques of walking the runway and posing. Held at Arden Fair Mall, Cast Images Model Agent and veteran professional model Amber Collins led and taught upcoming models the ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ on the runway.
Amber Collins of Cast Images teaching an aspiring model how to walk the runway. Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Wednesday’s event was located at Beatnik Studios, hosted by Martin Anaya and Kim Mims via the California Film Foundation, blended the local film industry to the local fashion industry with “Fashion on Film” night, where filmmakers, such as filmmaker Joe Gonzalez, created short films involving fashion.
Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Some came in full character. Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Designer Hill Tribe backstage. Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Photo courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Thursday’s Emerging Designer Showcase, held at Federico Beauty Institute, highlighted the work of student designers from schools in and around Northern California and well as upcoming designers who are about to make their labels known. Designers included: Hagen Valencia, Angelina Martin, Zenzele Nuru, Jose Rual Rosales, Amal Iqbal, Christy Jahlea Jahlou, Kirsi Sasso, Seekham Thao, and Leo Tillis.
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography

 

Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Friday was the Spring/Summer Showcase at a newly used location Neumann Enterprises, hosted by news anchor Bethany Crouch (styled by professional stylist Erin Loriaux) . Designers included Yennie Zhou, Daniel Laukat, Kimberly Dawn Eanes, Nina Brown, Rachel Lewis, Tyniece Hall, Theresa Truong, and Hill Tribe Fusion. Amazing displays of art walked the runway.
Showcase host/emcee Bethany Crouch and professional stylist Erin Loriaux.
Daniel Laukat. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Hill Tribe. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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Tyniece Hall. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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Goldmark by Rachel Lewis. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Kimberly Dawne Eanes. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Brownskin by Nina Brown. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Theresa Truong. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
The final day of Sacramento Fashion Week provided jaw-dropping designs for the Fall/Winter Showcase. Designers included: Anastasia Kryukova, Frances Wright, Latiya Gholar, Prince Singh, Lena Trotsko, Mai Vang, Eshonna Trice, Karisa Gold, and Carlos Collins.
Anastasia Kryukova. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Latiya Gholar. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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The Queen’s Chair by Frances Wright. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
The Queen’s Chair by Frances Wright. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Karisa Gold. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Yennie Zhou. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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Lena Trotsko. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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Prince Singh. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Carlo Vontee’Augo. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
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Mai Vang. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
Eshonna Trice. Courtesy of Frans Loriaux Photography
http://www.sacfashionweek.com
http://www.californiafilm.net
http://www.calautomuseum.org
http://www.federico.edu/Sacramento
http://www.castimages.com
http://www.alluresalonandspa.com
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Frans Willem Loriaux II

Professional Fashion, Headshot, Portfolio, Humanitarian photographer of 3 years. Finding the beauty in life in many ways is my passion, and I will be forever in the pursuit of sharing those moments via photography. I also work in the Biotech industry and hold a B.S degree in Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology from UCLA, Six Sigma Greenbelt, and APICS CPIM certification.