The final night of Waterfront Fashion Week 2012 brought glamor and fire to the shows under the tent, presenting Louisville's first-ever fashion week with a proper sendoff into 2013. Whether you missed out on the evening, or just want to relive the magic, this post is all you'll need for the journey.
The third night of Waterfront Fashion Week brought punk rock and romance down the runway, along with a fair bit of minimalism, and dreams of paradise. Want to see what you've missed? Then this piece is for you.
The second night of Waterfront Fashion Week was filled with fabulous fashion from local boutiques, emerging designers and featured designer, Molly Stevens. Crush Boutique, Les Filles Boutique and ADEDGE PERFORMANCE shows went first. The emerging designers, Becca Reynolds, Meg Cambron and Edina Ndebele showed their talent, and looked far from emerging. Featured designer, Molly Stevens was the last show of the night. Her designs were bright and had bold patterns, and the pieces could easily be transitioned from day to night.
Waterfront Fashion Week kicked off with its opening gala on Wednesday, October 17 at Waterfront Park. Host, Miss World 2010 and Shepherdsville native, Alexandria Mills was the emcee. She introduced all of the designers, local, national and emerging.
Waterfront Fashion Week makes its debut on October 17th. Want to know more about Louisville's first-ever fashion week? Allow Waterfront organizers Peggy Duffy and Clinton Deckard, along with fashion consultant Jo Ross, to tell you all you need to know, from the event's genesis to what to expect when the first model hits the runway.
For Rob and Karen Waddell and their four kids, Saturday’s Brown-Forman Kidney Walk means more than a walk in the park.
Runners and walkers gather at Waterfront Park on September 9 to “put hunger on the run” at the 2012 Hunger Walk.
“Events like this help bring a city and its people together and we continue to add new ways for families to have fun, exercise and be healthy,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “People have really enjoyed the new activities we’ve added to these events including the paddle sports, yoga, tai chi and free canoe tours on the river.”
Wilco continues to surprise listeners by constantly reinventing itself, both in the studio and during live performances, as was proven when the indie legend closed out Forecastle Festival this past Sunday.
Neko Case was as much as stand-up comedian as she was a vocal powerhouse at Forecastle on Sunday, displaying her big voice and big personality in equal measure.
Nashville break-out band Moon Taxi slaps Forecastle in the face with its incredible live show and surprisingly mature songwriting.