Kansas City Fashion Week Recap S/S 2018 – Thursday Night

I got to cover KCFW as official media once again! There were so many great designers from across the country. Here is my Kansas City Fashion Week Recap for their Spring/Summer 2018 shows!Kansas City Fashion Week held their Spring/Summer 2018 showcase recently and I was fortunate enough to be chosen as official media! I went to three nights of fashion shows and got to see some amazing designers show their collections. Here is my Kansas City Fashion Week recap of Thursday night!

Kansas City Fashion Week Recap – Thursday


The Cissner/Zuverza line kicked off the first evening and was perfect for the upcoming Spring/Summer
season! There were dresses, rompers, swimsuits and more. You could find pieces in blue, pink, yellow, and even orange. Everything looked light and airy…just what you want when it’s hot out!

Kansas City Fashion Week SS18 - Cissner/Zuverza

Syke Brand

Syke Brand was next, and it was an eye-catcher! It was designed with human trafficking in mind and how to raise more awareness and funds for combating it. Black and white were the main colors with touches of red thrown in for attention. There were mixes of textures like lace, t-shirts, and even faux leather sweatpants.

Kansas City Fashion Week SS18 - Syke Brand

Rebekah Lux

Rebekah Lux’s collection was heavily vintage-inspired. There were a lot of metallics, monochromatic prints, and feminine details like bell sleeves and ruffles.

Naava Swim

Naava Swim had a great collection of very sexy swimsuits! Mostly black, the collection also included some blue, white, and yellow. Lots of straps, lots of cutouts, lots of high-cut bottoms, lots of skin!

Oak Park Mall Spotlight

The Oak Park Mall Spotlight on Thursday night included current items from Evereve, Coach, and Kindred. There were a lot of dark colors, textured items like velvet and faux leather, and great jackets!

Miranda Hanson Designs

Miranda Hanson Designs was, once again, one of my favorite collections! I got to see her F/W 2017 collection back in March and it was just as beautiful! This dress collection was lavender, sage green, and cream and focused on satin-like fabric, tulle, and lace.

Oh…and she’s still in high school… !!!


The Dous Clothing line was for both men and women. It consisted of a lot of grey and black, denim, fish-shaped bags, and writing on the backs of some jackets. Definitely street-wear ready!

Travis Cal

Travis Cal had some amazing styles to show on Thursday night! He had a great collection of evening wear, as well as a few menswear styles. The collection was a mix of colors but he focused a lot on sequins and sexy-but-sophisticated options.

Kendra J Bridal

The finale on Thursday night was an absolutely gorgeous bridal collection from Kendra J Bridal. The gowns were very feminine and detail-oriented. Lace and appliques really set these gowns apart!

What I Wore…

On Thursday night I wore a chic black jumpsuit from Lemora! I have linked to exact or similar items below!

Kansas City Fashion Week Recap - What I Wore - Thursday

Jumpsuit (Exact!)
Earrings (Similar)
Clutch (Similar)
Shoes (Similar)
Bracelet…is actually a necklace that I have for sale!

Kansas City Fashion Week Recap - SS18 - Thursday Red Carpet

My red carpet photo…Photo Courtesy Kansas City Fashion Week

Kansas City Fashion Week Recap - What I Wore - Thursday Hair

Hair: Rachel Arellano at Beauty Brands – Olathe (913)-393-4800

Sooo…tell me! Which look was your favorite?! Let me know down below!

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  1. Very interesting. That must have been exciting for you. I think it would be kind of fun to go to something like that although my fashion sense extends to trading my paint covered sweats for jeans when I go out.

  2. All the outfits looked really glam and fashionable, however, I could not pick a favorite. I mean I admire the creative talent of fashion designers but I could not find myself wearing those clothes. It does look like you had a great time. You looked so elegant in that black outfit!

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