2020 marks four years of attending Omaha Fashion Week! I started going because I actually won another blogger’s ticket giveaway, and shortly after, I started MP. If you aren’t familiar with Omaha Fashion Week, it’s a week of designers showing their runway collections in downtown Omaha. Each night has a different focus – students, cancer survivors, local boutiques or wedding dress shops, and then emerging or experienced designers.
This season (the event happens twice a year), I attended Friday’s show with one of the great friends I’ve made from being in this space, Shelbi. We had dinner prior to the show at La Bouvette, a favorite Old Market spot of mine, and then headed to the Omaha Design Center.
New this season, they introduced Made in Omaha popups in their Pop-Up Shop. I was really excited to see locally-made goods at OFW, especially my favorite candles from Nomad Wax Co on Saturday night. I spent the Saturday show (Evolve Featured Designer Showcase) with friends who hadn’t been to OFW before, so it was great to see their perspective!
All of the Nomad candle goodies + their exclusive “Muse” candle from the week. So fun!
Here’s an array of photos from the weekend:
This collection was from a fellow Fremont gal, and she’s only 19. Incredible to see!
Be sure to check their website for the next event this fall, and thank you to the Omaha Fashion Week team for providing me with tickets to attend.
Have a great week!