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30 May: 2017 Schedule of Events

SANTA FE, N.M., May 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Santa Fe Fashion Week today announced the 2017 schedule of events, which includes three nights of fashion, food, drinks and networking. Santa Fe Fashion Week will be bigger than ever in 2017 with a new summer show from June 8-10. This year, the show kicks off June 7 with a VIP reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and at the Sorrell Sky Gallery, and continues Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9, and Saturday, June 10, with a special Garden Show and runway shows at the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe. “Project Runway” alumnus, Richard Hallmarq, will be returning to Santa Fe Fashion Week for the fourth year. Melissa Fleis, another “Project Runway” alumnus will show her designs at SFFW for the first time. “I’m hoping to showcase my new work and I’m just excited to be going to Santa Fe,” Fleis…

17 Jun: Izzy Martin – Nob Hill

    By Angela Groom, Intern Staff Writer. Walking into a men’s clothing store is a unique experience unlike many others. This is due in large part to the fact that there are so few men’s clothing boutiques. In Albuquerque there is only a handful. Women’s clothing boutiques are significantly more common.

17 Jun: Nob Hill Fabrics – Albuquerque

By Angela Groom, Intern Staff Writer. There is a void of good, quality natural fabric fibers in Albuquerque. Nob Hill Fabrics owner, Liz Frank, tries to carry what the big box stores do not. Frank opened Nob Hill Fabrics in March of 2011. On Thursday, June 2nd, Sephen Cuomo (Executive Producer and Founder of SFFW) conducted a vlog interview with Frank.

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