Kansas City Fashion Week: J. Tierney Design's "Gloria" Collection

Even more exciting than getting to walk the KCFW runway for my 5th season was knowing that some of the evening's craziness and glamor was being filmed for KCPT's documentary about the history and future of Kansas City Fashion, Walk Turn Walk.

I first saw Jennifer Tierney's designs on the KCFW runway at Union Station last season (her first season with KCFW!) and I was blown away by her garments, so when she selected me from this year's roster I was thrilled to accept! Check out this interview with Sartorial Magazine to see some of her gorgeous designs and read her backstory.

For her Fall/Winter 19 collection, she was inspired by marketing and advertising of the 60s through the 90s, particularly the branding that supplies a feeling around their products. And even gives a nod to Louboutin with her take on the red-bottom heels: orange soles.

Enjoy the photos below of this season on the runway and please please please comment to let me know which are your favorites (because I'll be purchasing unwatermarked versions of these images for my own portfolio).

Walk Turn Walk Teaser

Photo by Brooklyn Boyer

Photo by Brooklyn Boyer

Photo by Nikki Bulger Photography
Finale Walk
Photo: In Kansas City

After the show, the girls posed for a few photos on the red carpet with photographer Chris Ruck of Ruck Studios.
Olive Henry / Myself / Megan Baudry / Hannah BailieSaloni / Amela Husic-Watts / Jennifer TierneyLandon Patterson / Sophia Slusher / Stoney Nicole | Photo by Heather Slusher

Photo by Heather Slusher

You can next see J. Tierney Designs at the West 18th Street Fashion Show on June 8th.

T. Tierney Designs: Instagram
H/MUA: KC Couture Beauty Team Instagram
Kansas City Fashion Week: Website | Facebook | Instagram
West 17th Street Fashion Show: Website | Facebook

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