This year marked the 10th Anniversary of Michigan Fashion Week (MFW). MFW‘s founder Loren D. Hicks, put on a beautiful show at Eastern Market‘s Shed 3 June 10th, 2022. This joyous event brought out an array of ethnicities, classes & fashion. With a grand total of 600+ guest, MFW helped illuminate & further stamp Detroit as a staple in the Fashion Industry.
MFW held a week full of events with the main event being the fashion show that highlighted Street Wear collections & Couture fashions. The host for the evening was VH-1’s Love & Hip-hop Atlanta star. Karliee Redd. Karliee did a wonderful job & spoke very highly of MFW. Karliee also displayed her new line, Merci, which had some amazing designs. The “It’s A Jungle Out There” theme was executed to perfection by Celebrity Event Designer, Britney Hoskins of Top Pic Collective. The 800+ sq. ft of gorgeous drapery was done by the best, Buffy Bufkin of Fabulous Fabrics. The Offical Beverage Service Provider was none other than Celebrity Mobile Bartending Service, Udrinkimake. We provided excellent beverage services all night & enjoyed creating our Social Media Experience for the world to see. Our bartenders for the evening were, Nicole Bentley, Master Mixologist O & Proprietor Mary Harvin. With all of these top-tier businesses combined, a successful event was sure to commence.
The designers for the evening did a great job bringing their ideas to life. Some of the featured designers were Macy’s, Karlie Redd’s Merci, Loren D. Hicks Lojo, Mikki Brielle, Fearless Rebels, D Chinese Media, Sew Modest, Taj Cottage & OMG by Key Da Brand to name a few. The collections were creative, functional & trendsetting. Some of the hottest fashion of the year, was just shown in Detroit first, before it hits the rest of the world. London, Tokyo, Paris, Milan, New York and now we shall definitely make sure Detroit is included too.
MFW added African drummers dancers, fire performance by Ragnar Bloodbeard, limited edition cars & trucks, as well as exotic reptilians provided by Gypsy Xotic. There was a little something for everyone.