Miami Fashion Week has a lot to celebrate this year seeing as it’s the event’s 15th year in existence.
Yes, as New York and Europe bidf arewell to their respective Fashion Weeks, Miami is gearing up for its very own starting March 20, 2013 at The Miami Beach Convention Center.
The fashion 411? As the largest International and Hispanic fashion event in the U.S., Miami Fashion Week brings the best in international and Latin fashion, beauty, music, cuisine and art to the forefront of the American fashion scene.
With a crossover of international culture from designers, entertainers and celebrities from around the world including Spain, India, Italy, Greece, Canada, Malaysia, Kingdom of Bahrain, Pakistan, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico and all countries throughout South and Central America presenting their latest collections in women’s day and evening wear, men’s wear, swimwear, jewelry and accessories with hundreds of international media, jet-setters and fashion royalty arriving to attend the shows.
All shows and special events are designer and celebrity personal appearances, closing with the Miami Moda & Music Awards, a celebrity fashion and entertainment awards show featuring special guest designers and international recording artists.
The Culinary Style Café sponsored by Whole Foods Market, Centerplate and Johnson & Wales University will feature a different celebrity chef each night preparing a fashionable tasting menu reflecting the countries and cultures of the designers showing during the event. Each course will be accompanied with a different wine pairing to further compliment the dish.
With over 650 international press register each year for the event including Bravo, Yahoo!, CNN en Español, Fashion TV International, Glitz TV Latin America, Gulf News and The New York Times as well as hundreds of buyers from around the world — it’s not to be missed, South Florida fashioniostas.
Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased here.