1st annual mos fashion show @collins park
The first annual Miami On Sight fashion show took place in Collins Park, outside of the Bass Museum, on Sunday, September 29th, For our first annual runway, 16 local Miami designers and artists showcased 9 complete looks in collaboration with local shoe and accessory designers. The theme for the inaugural 2019 Miami On Sight Fashion Show was sustainability, featuring Miami designers that incorporate sustainable practices in the production of their garments and accessories. The runway also incorporated two distinctly Miami sculptures, Ugo Rondinone's neon Miami Mountain and the exquisite 1962 Albert Vrana Rotunda, monuments to a shared history of art and beauty in the open air. This free event, the first of its kind, drew an attendance of 500 people, with all VIP seat ticket proceeds benefiting Habitat For Humanity of Greater Miami, a local nonprofit organization that transforms lives and communities in Miami-Dade by providing low-income families with affordable home ownership opportunities.
sustainable designer discussion panel
x upcycle project
Miami On Sight hosted a free educational discussion panel moderated by Gabriella Smith of the Upcycle Project. For this free event hosted at the Pivot Mkt at the Citadel, five local sustainable designers discussed the fashion industry, local design, and their sustainable practices. Our participating designers Lisu Vega, Kim Yantis, Lucinda Linderman, Virgine Fallon of Sea Japser, and Michelle of La Roja By Misha, and Pangea Kali Virga.