Go backstage at Syracuse Style with models, designers
Go backstage at Syracuse Style with these models, designers
Parts of downtown Syracuse’s Armory Square were transformed into an 80-foot catwalk on the evening of Sept. 12 for Syracuse Style, where local boutiques and salons team up with models to showcase some of central New York’s trendiest fashion pieces.
Thursday evening saw area restaurants come alive with fashion show spectators as the 9th-annual event kicked off around 7:30 p.m. Apart from artists, models and designers, there are many other people who have a role in bringing the show to life, said Syracuse Fashion Week Executive Director Lisa Butler at the event.
“A city needs culture, artists, visionaries, commerce and a fun energy to thrive and SFW is a blend of these elements,” she said.
Backstage, the models, designers, make-up and hair artists involved in curating the show talked about the process that went behind making it happen. Here’s what several women had to say about fashion, dresses, designers and make-up in Syracuse.