Photos: Flyover Fashion Festival day one

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Several looks form Nicole Leth’s Sex and Ice Cream spring collection. Friday, May 5, 2017. — photo by Zak Neumann.

The first day of  the Flyover Fashion Festival is in the books. Festival-goers were treated to runway shows, including Nicole Leth’s Sex and Ice Cream spring line with looks from young designer Hannah Eckley, as well as music from Halfloves and Natalia Espina.

The AVEDA “Catwalk For Water” show featured garments made from repurposed materials and was soundtracked by Caleb Condit.  Sauvage’s TRVE VVILL offered a sensory experience with sights, sounds and even tastes in the form of a signature cocktail and candies made exclusively for the event.[/vc_column_text][hcode_image_gallery image_gallery_type=”lightbox-gallery” simple_image_type=”feet” lightbox_type=”masonry” column=”4″ image_gallery=”117039,117016,117023,117017,117022,117024,117025,117027,117019,117026,117020,117029,117021,117030,117031,117032,117033,117034,117035,117036,117037,117038″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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