Fashion lovers on the lookout for summer’s hottest trends and must-have pieces will be treated to a fashion feast as Shangri-La Plaza turns up the heat at its Sun Up to Showdown Summer Fashion Show on May 5 and 6 at the Grand Atrium.
On Saturday, May 5, at 6:00 p.m., catch the Kids & Teens Fashion Show where young models will strut the runway sporting the hippest looks from Calvin Klein Jeans, Folded & Hung, ForME, GAP, Gingersnaps, Great Kids, Joe Fresh, Just G, Mothercare, Onitsuka Tiger, Osh Kosh B’Gosh, Paul & Shark, Penshoppe, Periwinkle, Rustan’s Department Store, Skycastle, Superdry, Zara Kids, TRF, The Park, Oxygen, Regatta, Memo, and True Religion.
Stock up on the following fashion trends that perfectly capture the summer spirit: Perk up basics with Crayola-bright colors, achieve the hot Athleisure aesthetic with sporty sneakers and a comfy pair of joggers matched with a dressy top, and go for the Denim + White combo, a refreshing look that’s both functional and stylish. Of course, summer staples like stripes and florals continue to be perfect style choices for the season.
The Teens & Adults Fashion Show on Sunday, May 6 at 6:00 p.m. will present the trendiest pieces from Anne Klein, Armani Exchange, Arrow, Bayo, Debenhams, Details, G2000, John Herrera, K & Company, Lacoste, Mango, Marks & Spencer, Old Navy, Plains & Prints, Polo Ralph Lauren, Rajo!, Rustan’s Department Store, Stradivarius, Styled, The Park, Vise Versa, Zara, The Flower Collection, and Weave.
Highlights of this summer collection are trendy details like sheer, ruffles, fringes, and sequins, and sharply tailored colored suits that add a little fun to formalwear. Participating brands will have special deals over the weekend of shows.
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