Once a year, the style elite come together to celebrate a week of fashion and creativity in the desert. This year I had the good fortune to celebrate the Fashion Week El Paseo experience.
New York designer Ralph Rucci and his new collection debuted to a standing ovation on the final night of Fashion Week El Paseo in Palm Desert.
With Pre-Fall and Fall 2018 as the last two collections with Carolina Herrera officially at the helm, there was palpable excitement at their runway appearance at Fashion Week El Paseo on March 23.
The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising/FIDM Debut Collections at Fashion Week El Paseo on March 22 was the invitation to reflect not only the current state of fashion but also on its future.
Alice + Olivia dropped a flower bomb on Fashion Week El Paseo on March 21 with a collection of equal parts aspiration and attainability.
Eight gifted Project Runway designers toted their latest collections from the racks backstage to the racks in the Fashion Week El Paseo reception tent, offering something new and now for everyone.
Michael Costello debuted a colorful collection to lead a group of his hand-selected colleagues from the various seasons of Project Runway at Fashion Week El Paseo March 20.
Michael Costello is a major presence at Fashion Week El Paseo every year, hand-selecting fellow Project Runway alumni of the reality show to present their collections.
Easy, playful, and refined define the desert aesthetic and were clear undertones as Fashion Week El Paseo rolled out the locally focused Scenes From El Paseo show March 19.
Fashion Week El Paseo’s opening trunk show presented the kind of dilemma every fashionista dreams of — two trunk shows featuring the designs of Trina Turk, Mr Turk, and Ali Rahimi for Mon Atelier.