Fashion In Detroit Announces Designer Lineup

Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:26am EDT

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DETROIT, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Fashion In Detroit (FID) - Michigan's
premier fashion event - announced its designer lineup made up of prestigious
national designers, up and coming local designers, plus the very best of
Michigan's fashion students.

Day 1: Schott NYC - Joe Faris, Kevan Hall, Student Show, Dana Keaton, Marlaina
Stone and P.S. by Peter Soronen

Day 2: North Beach Leather - Joe Faris, MYNT 1792 - Kevin Christiana,
Carhartt, Femilia Couture, Betsey Johnson, Made In Detroit - Kid Rock

Tickets are on sale now at A one-day pass is $75 for
six runway shows, a souvenir lookbook, gift bag and eligibility for high-end
giveaways. AfterGlow tickets are also on sale for $50 and include three bands,
including headliner Dirty Americans
(, plus aerial yoga shows by
Detroit Flyhouse ( and appetizers and desserts from
some of metro Detroit's top restaurants. AfterGlow takes place 8 p.m.-2 a.m.,
Friday, Oct. 2 at Stage 3 Productions, a 40,000 square foot film studio in
Warren, Michigan.

Fashion In Detroit is a biannual, two-day fashion event created by Project
Runway's Joe Faris to put a fashion spotlight on Michigan and create a venue
that fills the needs of many locally based designers and the Michigan fashion
community. The first FID event will take place October 1 & 2, 2009 in a
tented, high-end setting at the Detroit Zoo, in Royal Oak, Michigan.

Situated between the dates of New York Fashion Week and LA Fashion Week,
Fashion In Detroit will feature top models showcasing the best designs of
Spring/Summer 2010 on a 60-foot runway in a spacious tent with VIP seating,
risers and standing room for 500 buyers, fashion industry insiders and VIP
guests each day.

For more information, or to learn about sponsorship and advertising
opportunities, visit, call 248.677.1769 or email

SOURCE  Fashion In Detroit, LLC

Fashion In Detroit, LLC, +1-248-677-1769,
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