Electric City Couture 2016

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Designer: Claudia Calabria. Photo: Sarah Pezdek.

The Electric City Couture fashion show returns April 16-17 with two full runway shows at Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs. Blurbage:

Saturday's [April 16] theme--will focus on a hard-edged look--is SHATTERED. VJ V Owen Bush of Glowing Pictures, a national live visual affects company, will provide dazzling interludes between designers, along with a vibrant soundtrack curated by ECC Music Director Nate da Great.
On Sunday [April 17], Repose will lean towards the organic. Set design elements will feature contributions incorporating the expertise of interior plantscape consultant Karen McGowan of Capital InteriorScapes. A 'Hanging Gardens of Babylon' theme bathed in natural light filtered through the 145-year-old stained glass windows of Universal Preservation Hall's main space will be a complimentary scene for the days designers who focus on natural materials, styles and finishes.

The lineup of designers for each show is after the jump.

The weekend also includes a sneak preview cocktail party that Friday, an after party Saturday night, and a retail POP UP! Shop after each show.

Tickets are $25 Saturday show / $15 Sunday show -- and they're available online now.


Claudia Crisan Calabria (Albany)
Ane Amour (Manhattan)
Eenvoud (Brooklyn)
Khymanyo Studio (Saratoga Springs)
Gamakache Black (Brooklyn)

Vilma Mare's Baltic Style (Copake)
Toshiki and Maryszka (Lake Grove)
Frittelli & Lockwood (Saratoga Springs) partners up with The Last Gentleman Co (Schenectady)
Marjolaine's Touch (Chestertown)
Snider (New York)


Always thought Schenectady was the "electric city."

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