Amy Kirchen never ceases to amaze me. As I mentioned before here on the blog, she had a 2-year anniversary party for the boutique in May called “High Heels in High Places.” Mint snakeskin brocade, nude florals and chic whites were in full bloom and were worn by the many admirers of Amy’s custom and prêt-à-porter creations.
Amy Kirchen is always bringing the latest trends to her boutique in Milford. I love it because it’s a mix of both vintage and modern… things you’d see Jackie O wearing, but could still be worn today. The best thing about her boutique is that it’s super affordable…. so, you can look like a million bucks without spending it!
Her collections and custom designs are housed in the back of her boutique. And while they’re not as affordable as the boutique items you’ll see in the front, you do get what you pay for. I saw that first-hand when she made my Dancing with the Stars dress. When I got asked to compete, my first call was to her so we could create a fab dress together. She came up with a breath-taking design, we tweaked and perfected it to hug every curve (but still keep everything in! haha!), and it turned out better than I could have ever imagined! The entire experience was amazing as I got to see the entire design process play out! So, if you have a wedding or special occasion coming up, click here to get her contact info and give her a call!
I also wanted to give a big thanks to Amy’s team for our recent 2013 Red, Pink, and Blue fashion show on the Purple People Bridge to benefit heart, breast and diabetes health. Amy created a Studio 54, 70’s glam-inspired runway show full of dynamic colors, high-waisted silhouettes, and splashes of sequins. Amy mixed boutique pieces with custom wear and together the 1970s were reborn on the People Purple Bridge! I will definitely be heading to Amy Kirchen Boutique to get some of those 70s-meets-today looks from the show!
Click here to see pics from the Red, Pink and Blue show and see below for a few pics snapped at Amy Kirchen’s anniversary event!
AHH! I’m so excited! My favorite event of the year is almost here! Red, Pink and Blue is happening June 28 on the Purple People Bridge from 7-10pm. It’s a big party on the bridge with music, shopping, drinks, food, and a fabulous fashion show featuring one of my favorite local designers, Amy Kirchen. Plus, it’s all for a good cause – three causes, actually! The red represents the American Heart Association, the pink represents the Pink Ribbon Girls, and the blue represents the American Diabetes Association. So, when you register, you can pick which section you want to sit in and the first section to sell out gets a $500 additional donation from Cincy Chic! Click here to learn more and register for you and all your fabulous friends! See you there! Oh, and watch the video below to see last year’s show!
My favorite event of the year is right around the corner!! Cincy Chic’s 2013 “Red, Pink and Blue” will be on June 28 and we just posted all the details about it here (I pasted them below too)! Watch the webcast below to see a recap of last year’s event and get excited for June 28! See you then!
Cincy Chic’s 2013 Red, Pink and Blue A party and fashion show on the Purple People Bridge to benefit heart, breast and diabetes health
Friday, June 28, 7-10pm
RSVP at http://2013rpb.eventbrite.com
$10 per person, ticket includes access into event, a front row seat along the runway, and swag bag!
Fox19‘s Frank Marzullo got all decked out this morning in a chic pink blazer to support our Red, Pink and Blue event this Saturday! I had been talking with him about possibly covering our event, but instead of doing our typical fashion show sneak peek, he had something else (super fun!) in mind. Because the station has an initiative to support breast cancer in unique ways on the 19th of each month, Frank had the idea to wear a pink blazer on the air to prompt conversation about our event!
Red, Pink and Blue supports three common women’s health issues – red (heart), pink (breast) and blue (diabetes) – so with Fox19’s monthly “pink” initiative, this worked out really well! I made a few phone calls and found a bright pink blazer in Frank’s size at the Clifton-based Pixel19 and it was a huge hit!
Happy Fabushoe Friday, friends! Exciting news to share to celebrate this weekly holiday…. Amy Kirchen Boutique in Milford is now carrying some AH-MAZ-ING shoes.
She’s the fashion show sponsor for our June 23 Red, Pink and Blue fashion show (which you NEED to be at by the way – it’s my favorite event of the year!) so we’ve been chatting a ton. She took all these pics of the new kicks she just got in and I think a drooled a puddle on my computer.
I. Want. Every. Pair.
Check them out at her boutique located at 125 Main St. in Milford!
We’re less than one week away from my favorite event of the year: Red Pink and Blue! On June 24, Cincy Chic will host this third-annual party and fashion show on the Purple People Bridge to benefit heart, breast and diabetes health. I’m so excited – our fashions show sponsor, Serket Jewelry, is giving this year’s RPB fashion show an Egyptian theme! She sent me these photos as a sneak peek of the show! They look so cool! Can’t wait to see all 20 looks she has prepared for the show!
Photography: Francisco Castro
Clothing: Courtney Kennell
Jewelry: Serket Jewelry
Models: Kevin, Rachel, Kristina
PS: make sure you click here to enter yourself to win our Red, Pink and Blue prize pack valued at more than $2,500!
Fashionistas, clear your calendar, find something fab to wear and get ready for a spectacular fashion show on the Purple People Bridge – all to benefit three local women’s health organizations! More info about the event is below (make sure you check out the tear-jerking video featuring three survivors)! Also, make sure you click here to enter yourself to win our Red, Pink and Blue prize pack valued at more than $2,500!
Red Pink and Blue A party and fashion show on the Purple People Bridge to benefit heart, breast and diabetes health.
Friday, June 24, 7-10pm
$10 per person, ticket includes access into event, and a front row seat along the runway, first 400 RSVPs get a swag bag filled with goodies!