Beauty and the Muse

Detroit Design Festival: Fashion After Dark

Posted on: October 3, 2013

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Detroit Design Festival

Eastern Market

Detroit, MI

“Fashion After Dark”

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We had a great time at the “Fashion After Dark” fashion show.

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All the models after the show.

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(Left) Kat, the model and Madinah MUA.

(Right) Lilapop, the photographer, in her Kroger bag dress and .

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It was a hair-raising experience.

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(Left) It was a full house.

(Right) Our looks for the evening.

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Some of the fashions from local designers.

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The audience got to see sleek and wild styles!

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Hair raising afros, leather, and chains.

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An entire dress made out of bubble wrap. I love it.

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Noir Leather has some awesome pieces.

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