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Top Houston fashion designers bring a touch of glamour to The Woodlands

Top Houston fashion designers bring touch of glamour to The Woodlands

Theresa Roemer September 2014 look 2
Theresa Roemer will showcase the new clothing line at Fashion Woodlands. Photo by © Cody Bess
David Peck and models at the David Peck spring summer 2015 fashion show March 2015
David Peck will show his colorful spring collection at Fashion Woodlands. Photo by Scott McCombs
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Chloe Dao whipped up new collection just for Fashion Woodlands. Courtesy of Facebook
86 Lauren White and Amir Taghi at the Baanou Grand Opening Party November 2014
Amir Taghi, right, will show his collection at Fashion Houston. Photo courtesy of Quy Tran Photography
193 Jonathan Tinkle and Lynn Wyatt at the Jonathan Blake fashion show October 2014
Jonathan Blake, left, in a 2014 photo with Lynn Wyatt. He will show his collection at Fashion Houston. Photo by © Roswitha Vogler/Photosbyrovo.com
Theresa Roemer September 2014 look 2
David Peck and models at the David Peck spring summer 2015 fashion show March 2015
Chloe Dao_August 2013_Marcy_Famous Houstonians Predict Your Future
86 Lauren White and Amir Taghi at the Baanou Grand Opening Party November 2014
193 Jonathan Tinkle and Lynn Wyatt at the Jonathan Blake fashion show October 2014

With so much retail activity in The Woodlands right now, Theresa Roemer and a group of residents in the far north Houston suburb decided it was time for some fashion pizzazz. They organized Fashion Woodlands, which will showcase five top Houston designers tonight (March 12).

In this week's KHOU CultureMap Moment, Roemer talks about the first-ever event, where she will showcase her Theresa Roemer True and Real clothing line at a big tent next to Crave Luxury Auto. "They're going to see exotic cars and amazing fashion. It's going to be a show like The Woodlands has never seen before," she said.

Other designers include Chloe Dao, who whipped up an an entire summer collection to show at the event in one week, recalling her Project Runway days. "I'm really excited. I did a lot of prints. I did a lot of sexy dresses, but I did really easy wearable pieces," she said.

"The collection we're showing really sexy, a little bit of a nod to the '70s, sort of disco glam," said David Peck, who is a featured designer at the show, which will benefit the Greater Woodlands Public Art Foundation.

Young designers Amir Taghi and Jonathan Blake will also showcase their collections.

The event was rescheduled from last September after the sudden death of Woodlands arts patron and community supporter Tony Motto.

For ticket information go to the Fashion Woodlands website.

See the KHOU CultureMap Moment here:

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