March 3-10: St. Augustine Fashion Week Season 4

St. Augustine Fashion Week models. Photo by Dawn Wallace of Daybreak Photo Co. 


See area fashion designers at St. Augustine Fashion Week Season 4, set for March 3-10 at St. Johns County venues. The main runway shows will take place March 8-10 in the St. Augustine Record building, One News Place, St. Augustine. For details and tickets, go to and

St. Augustine Fashion Week is creating a platform for small brand designers to showcase their latest collections for an unparalleled level of brand exposure. In addition, STAFW provides marketing opportunities that are helping local businesses get noticed. ​

St. Augustine Fashion Week is not only quickly becoming a hub for the latest small brand designer fashions, but also are progressively raising awareness and funds for local charities and nonprofit organizations.

Now in the second year and fourth season, St. Augustine Fashion Week is establishing itself as the city’s biggest fashion event. Attracting hundreds of people into the city, introducing designers, increasing awareness, and building confidence in local fashion businesses while working towards boosting the local economy.

STAFW is committed to working with other local non-profit organizations who are passionate about positively changing the fabric of our community. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, portions of proceeds from STAFW events get donated right back to our community in areas of need. Past shows have benefitted the following local charities:

Betty Griffin House; Alpha Omega Miracle Home; INK Investing In Kids; Daniel Kids; The Lightner Museum; St. Augustine Art Association; and SAYS St. Augustine Youth Services

Season 4 March 3-10 2018 Benefiting Charities:

Alpha-Omega Miracle Home is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and registered with the Florida Association of Christian Child Care Agencies. AOMH is primarily a transitional supportive housing program in St. Augustine, FL for homeless single and expectant mothers, children, and seniors. Alpha-Omega also provides community outreach services for local families experiencing serious economic distress.

S.A.Y.S. St. Augustine Youth Services, a nonprofit organization, has been providing food, shelter, care and therapeutic treatment to children since 1989. All SAYS children need therapeutic treatment. For most of the boys, this is due to trauma of abuse and/ or severe neglect. By Supporting SAYS fundraising efforts will help build a new home where the children can live, learn, heal, and grow in a safe, non threatening environment.


  • Denim By Eve Denim Designer – Kayla Eve Dougherty
  • Bine & BasMenswear – Geoffrey Wynn
  • Ani SarkissianWomenswear – Designer Ani Sarkissian
  • Short Dog Jewelry DesignJewelry – Designer Sara Leplante
  • St. Augustine Premium Outlets (STAFW Partner of Student Designer Showcase) Presenting Tommy Bahama – Nine West – Banana Republic FS – Aeropostale – Brooks Brothers FS
  • Retail Therapy of St. Augustine Womenswear – DeAnn Matza
  • FulaniHandbags – Designer Souadou Barry
  • Bartram Trail Student Designer Showcase
  • Savage Swim  
  • Maria Batista DesignsDesigner Maria Batista
  • Erin HealyWomenswear – Designer Erin Healy
  • Resis Dentz Clothing Co. – Ready Wear – Designer Carolyn Dentz
  • Cherry MoonbeamsChildrenswear – Designer Cheryl Luedke
  • Styled With PrideWomenswear –  Stylist,  Shawnta Pride
  • Uniqikee Custom Made Shoes – Designer, Patrice Stevens
  • Conscious  DesignzWomenswear – Designer, Jovita Harper
  • Shannon Mellish – Student Design 2017 Winner Presenting her first full collection
  • Bartram Trail Fashion AcademyJunior and Senior Design Students to present their collections in groups as well as Student Designer Competition presented by St. Augustine Premium Outlets


  • St. Augustine Premium Outlets
  • St. Augustine Social Magazine
  • Carefree Boat Club – St. Augustine
  • Ancient City Brewing
  • San Sebastian Winery
  • Push Push Salon
  • LaMarca Beauty
  • Just Make Things
  • Chic Booth Photo Booth
  • Daybreak Photo Co.

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