Coats and bright colors dominate the 2018 Collective Show at Bellevue Fashion Week

by MK Scott
For the third year in a row I attended Bellevue Fashion Week’s annual Collective Show  which was held on Saturday, September 22 this year and which once again showcased some of the best brands that The Bellevue Collection has to offer and all for a great cause. 100% of the proceeds of the 13th annual Bellevue Fashion Week went to the Washington Special Olympics.
Representing Special Olympics Washington was Kirby Winfield, current board chairman. He took the stage with his daughter, Kate, who has Downs Syndrome and Autism, to share her story and to thank the audience for purchasing tickets to the event.
Coats and more coats dominated the evening plus lots of bright colors with collections from Max Mara, Vince, Kate Spade, Nordstrom, Intermix,  Robert Graham, Eileen Fisher, Ted Baker and Diane Von Furstenberg.
Some of the best in eye-candy wore inspired fashions mostly from Ted Baker London, Vince, and Robert Graham.
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Photos by Brian Matt

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