Meet the eight local designers and boutiques showing at Westword's Whiteout Fashion Show
A bridal boutique like no other, D'Lola Couture offers everything from traditional princess-style bridal wear to the latest in mermaid cuts and bountiful tulle bottoms. When it comes to the runway, designer DeeDee Vicory lets loose: her designs veer off from whites and creams to reveal the full color spectrum in fabric trains that seem endless.
For two decades, Mona Lucero has been making her mark on the Denver fashion scene with innovative design and a constant stream of new work. A former independent shop owner -- her store closed in late 2012 after a ten-year run -- the Westword MasterMind puts just as much effort into upping the exposure of the designers who work alongside her as she does her own runway pieces. Read more from Lucero on our 100 Colorado Creatives list.
From the Akomplice Spring 2012 lookbook.
With a blend of couture and hand-selected culture, Akomplice has a self-described "evolution through innovation" aesthetic. The menswear company sells its line throughout the U.S. and online, but has brick-and-mortar stores in Colorado and California.