Day Two: ATSM 2019 Fashion Show

They say things get better with age and nothing holds more true to that then day two of Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami 2019. Day one saw its focus on innovation, international trade, business opportunities, and incentives for apparel brands and retailers in South Florida. Now the second-day of the three-day show took a more fashion-focus.

Backstage before the show

Miami is most notable for its swim and resort wear. Although if anything was evidenced by the runway today, it’s that Miami is one to watch for all sectors of apparel. The burgeoning fashion capital in the making has made the Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami 2019 Fashion Show a must-see event. Attendees packed the main stage as not to miss a single collection that debuted on that runway.

The fashion show, comprised of three parts, first featured styles from students of Miami International University of Art & Design.

Fashion-forward looks, like this one from Raquel Zerbib, showcase the design talent coming out of Miami.
Sinead Aleung
Alenjandro Barzaga
Alejandro Perez Reyes

Next up- a few of Miami’s top designers who have been at the forefront of the next wave of Miami fashion. Everything from swimwear to menswear, and bridal to evening wear took the stage.

Rene by RR is the new creative direction of famed Miami designer Rene Ruiz. He calls the city and its evolution his biggest inspiration.
Julian Chang, a Miami International University of Art and Design graduate, has become one of fashion’s most celebrated designers.
Petit Pois by Viviana G
Mayda Cisneros
PEI Perry Ellis International

Lastly, select exhibitors closed out the show with ready-made garments available on the show floor.

Vene Vidi Vici Miami
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Don’t miss out on day three! Source looks from our runway show, get connected with our matchmaking services, and catch our last roster of seminars. Register for free here or at day-of at the Mana Wynwood.


Author: Christine Duff

Christine wants to live in a world filled with cutting edge fashion, beautiful words and and an endless supply of leather jackets and boots. A product development grad of FIDM, she was the Editor-in-Chief of MODE Magazine where she reignited her love of storytelling. She has diverse experience within the industry with trend research, art direction and styling editorial spreads. She gained her most notable experience working in Los Angeles at the satellite operation for GQ and Vogue Thailand. Christine is passionate about social science and the role it plays in the consumer goods industry and apparel in particular.