2nd Annual Virginia Men's Fashion Week



Speculator ........That's all I can say about Men's Fashion Week Virginia. Ron Cooke and Mario Daughtry creators of Men's Fashion Week Virginia out did themselves this time. The week of events was well thought out and planned with the attendees in mind. I was not able to make it to all of the weeks events. However, The Pagoda Garden Foundation Park and The Collector in Norfolk set the tone for an classy affair. As always the designers, vendors and models made this event unforgettable. 
We were awed by designs from Phillip Michael for Men, Roxanne Smith of ALFA Custom Clothiers, and Mario Daughtry of RECKLESS Clothing Line just to name a few. Be sure to click the links to get your swag right for the summer.

J Pratt of J Pratt Boutique gave us life with his variations of colors and patterns. Click the link to the website. 
ALFA Custom Clothiers
Brooklyn native and founder Roxanne Smith of ALFA Custom Clothiers brought us her collection as a celebration of cultures and expression of fashion. Her collection was a pairing of linen blazers, windowpane suits, casual jeans and v-neck sweaters gave a great blend of business and casual looks for any event.  


Designer Clavon Leonard from New York gave us a variety of cuts, colors and prints. His classic style merged with high end accessories gives us a timeless collection of Men's Fashion for a whatever your expression of style.


Philip Michael Fashions Collection was full of spring colors and classic looks that can go from day to evening.


Creator of Men's Fashion Week Virginia Ron Cooke with SPCA sponsor. The dogs used in the show were available for adoption.
Highlights at The Collector in Norfolk

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