Portland, October 7th. Jaw-dropping fashions sashayed down the green catwalk at the ever-so eco-sustainable Portland Fashion Week. The spring/summer 2012 collection for Seth Aaron was a hit. His models donned transparent masks and black bobbed-hair wigs to complete their look.
Backstage, hair and make-up experts readied beautiful models.
The designers showing on Friday included: Amai Unmei, Stephanie D. Couture, Ms. Wood, Collier, Seth Aaron. Seth Aaron showed off his uber-sustainable collection from recycled PET plastic textile, on the runway that was made of PET textile provided by EarthTec. The company donates a percentage of its profits to sustainability causes. Seth Aaron says he is in talks with several major retailers, including Target, to bring his sustainable line to a mass market.
Over the four days, Portland Fashion Week drew thousands of fashion fans and VIPs.
Portland Fashion Week, which is the biggest fashion week in the Pacific Northwest, has received global recognition as the first and only eco-sustainable production of a fashion week in the world.