Vogue Front Row Fashion show benefits Moyer Foundation

The Bellevue Collection and the Kemper Freeman family raised $61,325 for The Moyer Foundation during Fashion Week 2014.

White Out showcased cream or white statement accent pieces.

The Bellevue Collection and the Kemper Freeman family raised $61,325 for The Moyer Foundation during Fashion Week 2014.

“We are honored to be chosen as the beneficiary of this one-of-a-kind fashion runway event for the fifth consecutive year,” said Karen Moyer, co-founder of the foundation. “Together we are providing hope and healing to children facing some of life’s most difficult circumstances.” The foundation created Camp Erin, a free childhood bereavement camp, in 2002.

The week’s key event, Front Row Fashion, was hosted by Vogue Market Stylist Cara Crowley with a runway show that featured the top trends that are now in The Bellevue Collection stores.

Knit Necessities opened the show with a look at  the number one trend, which includes cable-knit sweaters, wool-knit cardigans and vests, and blanket ponchos.

White Out showcased cream or white statement accent pieces including shearling vests, motorcycle jackets, feminine silhouette fitting dresses, and lady-like knee length coats.

Flirty Femme was a collection of floral dresses accented with floral accessories.

Texture Touch focused on a variety of fabrics for fall including leather, fur, wool, and soft textured knits.

Edgy Metal means lots of metallic in a variety of colors like bronze, silver, and shiny black.

Retro Ready takes us back to the ’60s and ’70s. Neon pink tunic dresses, dark solid colored pant suits and bright print jumpsuits.

Enchanted Evenings were stand-out cocktail and party dresses for the ladies and tailor made suits and tuxedos for the gents.

Rose Dennis writes about events in Bellevue and the Greater Seattle area. She lives in Bellevue.

Left: Edgy Metal means lots of metallic in a variety of colors like bronze, silver, and shiny black.

Middle:Knit Necessities opened the show with a look at  the number one trend, which includes cable-knit sweaters, wool-knit cardigans and vests, and blanket ponchos.

 

Right: Retro Ready takes us back to the ’60s and ’70s. Neon pink tunic dresses, dark solid colored pant suits and bright print jumpsuits.

 

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