The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum hosted this year’s Tribeza Fashion Show that showcased amazing clothes, beautiful models, and a great atmosphere. Before the show VIP guests were treated to drinks by Maker’s Mark, Deep Eddy Vodka, Corona, Victoria, and food by J. Black’s Feel Good Lounge. Music was provided by the creative Learning Secrets DJ. It was a night of glamor, gorgeous fashion, and Austin’s most fashionable all in one room.
For the runway show, all the model’s hair and makeup were done by Jose Luis Salon. Boutiques that participated and showcased their present merchandise for this fall season were By George, C. Jane, Estilo, The Garden Room, Julian Gold, Saks Fifth Avenue, Service Menswear, and Underwear. Tribeza also added new boutiques this year that included Feathers, Kendra Scott Jewelery, MOSS, and Y & I Clothing Boutique.
The hairstyles for the female models were edgy and sleek, and had purple or blue streaks in them. The male models hair was gelled and were styled to look messy but sexy. The clothes from each boutique all had a “seventies” vibe to it they featured lots of sequins, wide leg pants, leather jumpsuits, empire waist dresses, knee high socks, fur vests. All the collections featured on trend clothing for this fall season; red pants, nude heels, tan tops, tribal print dresses, satchel handbags, striped cardigans, cobalt blue dresses, studded heals, neon crop tops, blazers, and tweed skirts and jackets.
After the show ended, guest’s mingled a bit, and were offered healthy and yummy snacks from LUNA bar and energy and health drinks by Neuro.
Photography by Dark Flame Studios
Tags: By George, Corona, Deep Eddy Vodka, Jane Estilo, Julian Gold, Kendra Scott Jewelry, LUNA bar., Maker's Mark, MOSS, Neuro, Saks Fifth Avenue, Service Menswear, The Garden Room, Tribeza, Underwear, Y & I Clothing Boutique