Putting on a show

Designers give Baltimore its own Fashion Week

September 15, 2007|By Tanika White | Tanika White,Sun reporter

New York's storied Fashion Week ended on Wednesday, but for those still pining for a high-fashion fix, Baltimore now has its own Fashion Week.

Baltimore Fashion Week - which started last Saturday, ends today with a ready-to-wear runway show at Red Maple, a tapas lounge in Mount Vernon. It starts at 8 p.m. and includes the creations of such local designers as Amy Waller, Timbro, Sara Mathes and Lindsay Michael.

The show also will highlight some of the designs in the Mims line of clothing, which is the brainchild of Pam Haner, one of the organizers of Baltimore Fashion Week.

If you go

Baltimore Fashion Week ends today at Red Maple, 930 N. Charles St., with an 8 p.m. ready-to-wear fashion show and a party that begins at 10 p.m. The runway show is free. Tickets for the party are $5.

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