Celebrate Fashion Week in Bellevue

Experience the trends of fall fashion during two fashion weeks in Bellevue, at The Shops at The Bravern and The Bellevue Collection.

The Shops at The Bravern

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary with Fashion Week, The Shops at The Bravern is hosting a signature weekend of events, including a runway show, in-store events, and a carnival-inspired after-party.

“Since The Shops at The Bravern opened in 2009, we have consistently offered an unparalleled luxury shopping experience in the Northwest,” said Matthew Klutznick, general manager of The Bravern. “Fashion Week is a time to celebrate what’s next in fashion, beauty, design, and lifestyle, as well as a moment to recognize the rich culture and creative spirit of our region. We are excited to welcome our clients from the past 10 years, as well as new visitors to The Shops at The Bravern, this September.” 

Beginning Sept. 13, The Bravern merchants will host special in-store experiences throughout the complex, such as leather embossing by Hermès, live performances and refreshments at Holly Zhang Pearl Gallery, and bites and bubbles at Jimmy Choo. 

On Sept. 14, Neiman Marcus will host a fashion show at 6 p.m., with all of the proceeds from ticket sales benefiting Save the Children. For more information, visit bravernfashionweek.com.

The Bellevue Collection

For three days, the Hyatt Regency Bellevue will become the epicenter of fall style during Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection. The immersive experience offers captivating and charismatic runways shows, trend reports, shopping, and exclusive parties with beauty experiences. 

Fashion week kicks off with the Posh Party Trend Show on Sept. 27, and a spotlight of premier brands with the The Collective Runway Show on Sept. 28.   

The Bellevue Collection also is hosting a myriad of beauty, fashion, and fitness events throughout Bellevue Square. 

“Our Sunday morning fitness sessions have resonated well with our community, so we wanted to celebrate active wear and our wellness-focused stores to close out Fashion Week,” said Jennifer Leavitt, vice president of marketing for Kemper Development Company. “We will be featuring high-energy workouts, which are great for friends, and opportunities to check out fashionable fitness wear available at The Bellevue Collection.”

For the full list of scheduled events, visit fashionweekbellevue.com.

Beyond the runway shows, The Bellevue Collection will host free events open to the public, including:

  • Fall Fitness Event (Sunday, Sept. 29, 9 a.m. at Bellevue Square Center Court) – Join a fun morning of three free fitness classes in one: Yoga, Barefoot Bootcamp and Barre classes and see fashions from our athlesuire brands.
  • Style Consultations and Style Seminars (Sept. 25 – 28 at Bellevue Square, Second Level) – Guests can restock their fall wardrobes and get their style wardrobe questions answered by Michael Bruce Image Consulting.
  • POP-IN Styling Sessions (Sept. 26, 28 – 29 at participating stores) – Michael Bruce Image Consulting will also assist shoppers in store with their style wardrobe questions.
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