Image: Courtesy, Interform
Put on your fashion pants, everyone. It’s almost time for fashion week.
Interform, the organization behind NWA Fashion Week recently announced plans for a return to the runway March 10-12 at The Momentary in Bentonville.
The NWA Fashion Week event this spring will be the first in-person show since 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interform has remained active, however. The organization has been working on a 10-part film called “The Collective” highlighting the work of local designers that was recently released, for example.
The lineup of designers for this year’s NWA Fashion Week show will be released at a later date, but will include local and national designers including collections from Interform’s Marshallese and Cogolese Sewing Class, and will be headlined by New York City-based designer Rinat Bordach (Making the Cut).
Tickets to this year’s show will go on sale Feb. 1.
For a bit more information, or to see images from past shows, visit interform.art.