Fashion Week 2014

Natalie Headshot copyBy Natalie Saldana

Fashion Week San Antonio (FWSA) 2014 was one for the record books!

As the city’s official celebration of fashion and culture and endorsed as SA2020 Certified Awesome, FWSA was a major success for the San Antonio arts community. The week consisted of 12 official events, including runways by local designers, presentations by international brand houses and fashion-forward soirees such as the Dia de los Muertos Masquerade and the Beau-tie Bulletin: Red Party.


Photo credit: Semon Tam, Bright & Early Productions and Don Hopkins Photography

“This year we’ve made a major stride in our city’s movement to become more fashion-conscious and embrace our talented local fashion industry,” says Tony Harris, Director and Executive Producer of Fashion Week San Antonio. “Even greater are things in store within seasons ahead – stay tuned, the BEST is yet to come!”

All FWSA events were hosted downtown in San Antonio’s epicenter, directly influencing SA2020’s Downtown Development to increase the economic impact of downtown and satisfaction with our downtown.


FASHION WEEK | 2014 | Samantha Plasencia Collection

Photo credit: Semon Tam, Bright & Early Productions and Don Hopkins Photography

Within the week, FWSA had:

4,700+ overall attendees, comprised of affluent, fashion-conscious attendees, press, media and retail buyers

21,000+ unique website impressions

10,000+ social media followers (Included all FWSA pages and affiliate pages)

These statistics solidify that San Antonio is a promising fashion leader.

Check out a few of our favorite highlights from Fashion Week San Antonio 2014. We will see you again next year!

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