Janeane Marie spring 2010 collection at Portland Fashion Week. Credit: Ed Kavishe / Fashion Wire Press.
West coast eco-fashionistas and green fashion enthusiasts unite -- it's Portland Fashion Week! Earlier today we brought you runway looks from Suzabelle and Sweet Skins -- and now we're showing you Janeane Marie's classic and minimalist dress designs, Paloma Soledad's corsets, and IDOM's looks made with hand-loomed silk. Click through for photos and runway videos.
Janeane Marie's Minimalist Aesthetic
Janeane Marie at Portland Fashion Week Spring 2010. Credit Hybrid Moon via YouTube.
Janeane Marie showed classic and minimalist designs -- black and brown mini skirts paired with white tops, vests, blazers, and billowy pants -- all looks that could easily be seen on the streets of New York. According to the website, the Portland-based designer makes modern clothing that is both "aesthetically pleasing and environmentally conscious." :: Janeane Marie
IDOM by Modi Soondarotok
Idom spring 2010 collection at Portland Fashion Week. Credit: Ed Kavishe / Fashion Wire Press.
IDOM is a Portland-based fashion boutique and line by Designer Modi Soondarotok. A native of Bangkok, Thailand, Modi hand-selects all materials used in her collection -- including hand-loomed silks and organic cotton -- where she supports fair wages and employs ten seamstresses to sew all garments. Her spring 2010 collection reflects the brand's chic appeal and attentional to detail. :: IDOM.