NG: A Night called Fashion by Standard Style Boutique

Where were all the fabulous people on Thursday night in KCMO?

At the Views fashion show, of course! The Views fashion show, hosted by Standard Style Boutique, lived up to all its hype. Amazing weather and a rooftop setting were two of the ingredients for its success.

VIP seating cascading down along both sides of the long runway accommodated the elite and beautiful of this city. Bright light fixtures illuminated the darkened surroundings giving us fashion hounds the ability to seek out and scan all the in-crowd trends (and blunders).

Which I would have to say might have even been better than the show itself.

The music selection topped off the ambiance for the night. What’s a fashion show these days without great music? I’m sure  Anna Wintour herself would have been impressed.

Military chic was the theme.

A blend of military-inspired pieces and colors paired up or down with feminine dresses, fur vests and lots of sequin. Sequin tops and dresses were collaborated with motorcycle boots to give a modern edgy twist. One of my favorites, the gun metal blazer, was to die for (yummy!).

Female models sported non-structured fun hair with barely visible side braids that seemed to say: “I’m cute! And I’m not even trying!”

The downside: The show could have been a little longer with a few more of this season’s must-have styles; the camel colored coats, biker asymmetrical zipper leather jackets and ever-so-major Shearling jackets.

All in all, this show is on my A list!

A great turnout of gorgeously groomed stunners made it a fantastic, fabulous night! Can’t wait for the next one!

Nikki Grant

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7 Responses to NG: A Night called Fashion by Standard Style Boutique

  1. Anonymous says:

    I was home working another 18 hour day. To support the lifestyle she has become accustomed to.


  2. Anonymous says:

    You said, “I’m sure Anna Wintour herself would have been impressed.”

    I say, too stupid of a comment for a cornpone blogger to make. Who are you trying to impress? How in the hell do you know what impresses Anna Wintour? Lemme guess you watched The Devil Wears Prada, or The September Issue, and that gives you all the insight you need to make such a na

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s Me B@#%@#$!
    Hey smartman! I’m sooooo impressed that you even know who Anna Wintour is, you’ve seen The Devil wears Prada and you shop at Walmart!! Either you’re fabulously gay or still in the closet! 🙂

  4. Anonymous says:

    Rick M
    I don’t normally go to these things (too pricey), but did this time because the Walkmen were playing. It was a bit disheartening to see so many of the Beautiful People fade away once the group started playing, leaving only a relative handful of us to hear their amazing songs.

    Admittedly, I’m no fashion expert, but ‘military chic’ is one of the most blatant oxymorons I’ve heard in a long while.

  5. Anonymous says:

    All City Champ
    This blog is satire, right?

    Please, please tell me it’s satire.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Susan Dunlap
    Well finally met Craig Glazer. Yes at this event. No he did not know it was me. We had met years before in Westport, but I was only 21 then. Craig, I was the blonde at the door when you came in, that you said hi too and Hearne joked with. You still look damn good Craig. Like the all black. Sunglasses at night? Maybe you need them, don’t know. Kinda Jack Nicholson, don’t you think? Anyways, as you passed everyone around me had a ‘craig’ story. I think some were likely not true, but they told them anyways. You are a conversation piece young man. See you soon.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Kathlene Spee
    I love it when people say something like ‘I do that alot.’ It makes me think of other things…

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