Meet the eight local designers and boutiques showing at Westword's Whiteout Fashion Show
True Love Shoes and Accessories staked its claim on South Broadway long before the area became one of Denver's sought-after fashion districts. Packed but far from claustrophobic, the airy store has an enviable selection of styles -- from ankle boots to kitten heels, ballet flats and beyond. But True Love's best-kept secret? Its price point. With shoes and boots running from $24 to $58 and sale pairs under $20, there's no need to shop around.
Deb Henriksen founded her clothing company, Equillibrium, more than a dozen years ago and from the start, she's focused on creating wearable, sustainable pieces. Her background in environmental consulting combined with a love for snow and skate activities drives her operations with a distinct force that made her a 2007 Westword MasterMind. Read more with Hendriksen on our 100 Colorado Creatives list.
See all of these featured designers and boutiques at Whiteout at 7 p.m. tonight at the McNichols Building; the evening also includes complimentary cocktails and food from El Camino, the Shoppe, iFish and Denver Pizza Company. Find out about any Show and Tell ticket deals here (VIP is sold out), and use the hashtag #Whiteout13 to mark all your Whiteout Fashion Show conversations online.