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Sunday, February 25, 2024

Flashes and flickers illuminated the sparse

audience in order to instill the popping mood for what was soon to

emerge. DJ Indigo Vox serenaded the crowd of Gainesville Fashion

Week’s second runway event Friday night with sounds of techno-pop

that were both catchy and addicting as she playfully sang her way

barefoot down the runway stage. However, feet were not the only

things bare bursting onto the catwalk. Sexy models were flawless in

showcasing barely there Colombian established Sironna Swimwear. The

collection contained splash-wear chock full of tasteful and

practical ruffles and cuts—proving that a swimsuit can be

fashionable without sacrificing a great tan line. The swimsuit

models’ hair by Technicolors was an exhibition of perfection, as

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headbands or fabric flowers were complimentary to the styles of

their respective swimsuits.

While Sironna had their focus on the beach, the

collection shown by Mesh was all but limiting. Containing a variety

of fashions for every occasion was rompers, sundresses, and frayed

vests all of a multitude of fabrics ranging from soft cottons to

chic leather. The boutique’s collection also made an increased

feature of statement making embellishments on their pieces.

The last and final clothing premiered was that of

Dahlia. While Scissors provided models with modern banged and

bunned hairdos, the girls of the evening donned a collection

consisting of a majority blue dresses that are sure to be a unique

attribute to any gator game day girl’s wardrobe. Peeling from the

usual plain, blue dresses of Gainesville’s norm, Dahlia showcased

dresses that were classy with hints of blue within soft patterns.

Though other parts of the collection consisted of an array of

fashions ranging from jean vests to a multitude of belted looks

that satisfied a variety of fashion thirsts. The mod-ness of the

models’ ‘dos and sexy makeup unveiled itself the most upon a sexy,

metallic number that would make any girl command center stage




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