The Village of Rochester Hills Fashion Show at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, Michigan featured fashions from many of the stores at the Village of Rochester Hills, including GAP, Eddie Bauer, Chico's, Parisian, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and more. Overall, there was a great focus on many bright colors, pastels, and flower patterns, as well as fun matching stylish footwear. Each of the retail stores at the Village had its own flair, look, and feel.
Click here for a photo gallery of the Spring Fashion Show held by the Village of Rochester Hills at the Royal Park Hotel.
Here's a summary of some of the latest spring fashions featured from the Village of Rochester Hills Spring Fashion Show at the Royal Park Hotel:
Cynthia LaMaide: Long, flowing dresses in neutral, pure tones made with knit and fine linen.
GAP: Colorful, minis paired with flowing tops and heels. Floral patterns and bright colored pants in blue and green.
Eddie Bauer: Lots of layers. Casual and comfortable. Many earth tones accented with primary and bright colors.
Chico's: Unique and fashionable creations. Solid neutrals paired with bright colored patterns.
Parisian's Karen Kane: Sophisticated fashions. Some designs resemble animal prints. Fun with colors and a nice touch with aqua.
White House Black Market: Not all Black and White. Lots of colors and prints brought together with black and white selections.
Ann Taylor: Traditional high quality, sophisticated, chic style. Many fun, bright colors. Great for the country club crowd.
Banana Republic: Hip fashion for the younger crowd. Stylish and clean, classy looks that can be professional or casual.
Moosejaw: Fashionable athletic wear that has you looking and feeling good while you work out.
Buckle: Hip, young, flashy and a bit on the wild side. Trendy fashions for the younger crowd.
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ABOUT THE VILLAGE OF ROCHESTER HILLS The Village of Rochester Hills is an upscale, open air shopping center with 375,000 square feet of retail space. The Village offers shoppers 50 stores, anchored by Parisian and Whole Foods, notable restaurants, tree-lined boulevards and convenient parking. Visit http://www.thevorh.com/.