The Phoenician Springs Into Style with Phoenix Fashion Week

Historic resort, fashion stylists and influencers align for fresh showcase of the season’s trends.

Phoenix Fashion Week hosted its annual Spring Into Style runway show on Sat., March 25. Set against the backdrop of the historic Jokake Inn at The Phoenician, the event celebrated six Arizona-based fashion stylists and their runway visions for spring 2017.

“As the Valley’s premier luxury resort destination, The Phoenician is celebrated for its iconic style and inspiring experiences,” says Mark Vinciguerra, general manager at The Phoenician. “Hosting this signature runway show in partnership with Phoenix Fashion Week brings the season’s top trends to life for both our resort guests and community.”

Throughout six runway shows, the stylists highlighted spring menswear and women’s wear collections from local retailers and designers.

The Spring Into Style stylist and influencer line-up included: Ashley Paige styling Floral, voted ‘Best In Show’ stylist, Sandra Yotty styling Yellow, Mitch Phillips styling Mixed Prints, Style Stalkers styling Statement Sleeves, Sarah Parks styling Men’s Traveler and Parisa Zahedi styling Punk.

 

Ashley Paige styling Floral (voted ‘Best In Show’)

 

Sandra Yotty styling Yellow

 

Mitch Phillips styling Mixed Prints

 

Style Stalkers styling Statement Sleeves

 

Sarah Parks styling Men’s Traveler

 

Parisa Zahedi styling Punk

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