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Fashion Anarchy Final: From SLFF to The Last Hotel [photos]

Here are photos from start to finish of the Fashion Anarchy final, a Brainchild Events competition starting from St. Louis Fashion Fund midday to the Last Hotel STL down the street.

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The Last Hotel STL – the sunset from rooftop

VIDEO THE LAST HOTEL: This is a sunset timelapse video at the rooftop bar on the 11th floor of The Last Hotel in Downtown St. Louis.

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 Last Hotel
1501 Washington Ave
St. Louis, MO 63103
thelasthotelstl.com

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The Last Hotel Saint Louis – photos inspired by John Gieseke

Photos were taken of fashion designers Amanda Casarez, Barbara Bultman and Courtney Tharpe after being interviewed for the Fashion Anarchy fashion competition at The Last Hotel in St. Louis. All the photos were inspired by Director of Sales John Gieseke for The Last Hotel.

The Last Hotel
1501 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (866) 752-7700
https://thelasthotelstl.com/

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Portraits from St Louis Fashion Fund’s 5th Anniversary

Portraits at Saint Louis Fashion Fund’s 5th Anniversary at Neiman Marcus in St. Louis

Saint Louis Fashion Fund’s “Fashion’s Night Out” celebrated its 5th Anniversary Saturday, October 19, at Neiman Marcus in Plaza Frontenac. The event was sponsored by Edward Jones.

Co-chairs, Penny Pennington and Kristin Johnson of Edward Jones, honorary chair Diane Sullivan of Caleres and all the guests had a unforgettable evening.

Neiman Marcus put on a stunning runway show followed by a live auction conducted by KSDK’s Rene Knott. Below are some portraits of some of the guests and some general view shots.

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St Louis Ferris Wheel Union Station

The St. Louis Wheel is 200′ feet high located at Union Station in downtown St. Louis. Each ride lasts about 15 minutes and goes around three to four times. It’s climate controlled so no worries about which season you decide to take a ride on this massive wheel.

The Ferris wheel at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis stood 264′ feet. In 1906, it was destroyed by a controlled explosion with 100 pounds of dynamite and ultimately buried in Forest Park. There were 36 cars the size of buses that held 60 passengers each. In the 90s, Diaz-Granados, a teacher at Maryville University, attempted to dig for the Ferris wheel and actually found some of the pieces.

Do you think Forest Park will ever build a replica of the World’s Fair Ferris wheel?

The St. Louis Wheel at Union Station
42 climate-controlled gondolas 🎡
1 VIP gondola 🎡
⌛️ 10am-10pm
201 S. 18th St, St. Louis, MO 63103
Site: thestlouiswheel.com
Directions: Google/maps

Used at the 1904 Worlds Fair in St. Louis, this was the same Ferris Wheel at the 1893 World Columbian Exposition in Chicago. (C.E. Waterman | https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chicago-ferris-wheel.jpg
Used at the 1904 Worlds Fair in St. Louis, this was the same Ferris Wheel depicted in the picture during the 1893 World Columbian Exposition in Chicago. (C.E. Waterman | https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chicago-ferris-wheel.jpg)