Fashion designers at The Last Hotel STL were working in the window displays during Fashion Anarchy, a local designer competition that consisted of three winners from the last three preliminary competitions.
I went outside and walked across the street and it looked like the downtown I used to visit as a kid in the 60’s. Downtown was booming at the time and we would take rides periodically to see the sights. Will downtown ever comeback. I know it will and it’s already happening.
VIDEO: Barbara Bultman, a well known fashion designer, won the Fashion Anarchy Final at The Last Hotel STL in the Historic Garment District neighborhood in Downtown St. Louis. Barbara will now take residency at the Saint Louis Fashion Fund for one year. The ensemble she created was a wearable work of art created within 24 hours. Right after winning, she turned to her student designer and said (a paraphrase at best) I couldn’t have done it without your help. That was one of the nicest things ever!
I like to create pieces that are structural, sophisticated and detail oriented, while still showing the silhouettes of the female body
Fashion Anarchy is a fashion competition by BrainchildEvents.com. It’s very similar to Project Runway where designers get limited time to create their clothes.
PARTIES INVOLVED: Brainchild Events | V Vegas Salons | Soft Surroundings | Evolution St. Louis | The Last Hotel STL | Saint Louis Fashion Fund | Stevens – The Institute of Business & Arts | Lindenwood University | KDR Designer Showrooms
MUSIC “Celebration” – Short Version By Zac Nelson from Artlist.io
The Last Hotel allows guest to see a wonderful sunset along the St. Louis skyline. It highlights the Historic Garment District that was once filled with clothing manufactures from the turn of the century up to around WWII.
The view from The Last Hotel gives guest a beautiful view of the St. Louis skyline and gives everyone a view of the Historic Garment District that was once filled with clothing manufactures from the turn of the century up to around WWII.
Downtown STL, Inc. and City of St. Louis leaders announce the next major phase in the redevelopment of Washington Avenue’s historic Garment District, including the city’s choice of a nationally-renowned design firm to lead the development of new architecture within the district.