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San Antonio-based Texas Fashion Week gets official designation from the city – mySA

In San Antonio, the first week of October is now officially recognized as Texas Fashion Week (TXFW). 
In San Antonio, the first week of October is now officially recognized as Texas Fashion Week (TXFW). 
From October 1 to 7, designers, models, photographers, and more will make San Antonio spots like the Tobin Center, Brick, and University of the Incarnate Word’s Rosenberg Skyroom their runway.
TXFW Founder and President Bugundy Woods launched the event in 2019 as Fashion Week SATX. Since then, the week-long celebration of fashion and culture has expanded into a statewide event, but remains based and hosted in the Alamo City. 
Woods and TXFW Executive Producer Saige Thomas announced a proclamation from San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg on Wednesday, officially marking October 1-7 as Texas Fashion Week in the city. 
The schedule of events includes a kick-off mixer, an avant garde fashion show, a “Look Local” night highlighting San Antonio makers and shops, a show dedicated to streetwear designers, and a “Celebrate Fashion” show. The week culminates with the Texas Fashion Week Awards on October 7 at the Tobin Center. 
TXFW Founder Burgundy Woods (right) and TXFW Executive Producer Saige Thomas (left) announced a proclamation from San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg on Wednesday, officially marking October 1-7 as Texas Fashion Week in the city. 
This year marks TXFW’s first with the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s Connects Program, which is a network supporting and bridging fashion weeks throughout the U.S. 
“This is such a huge win for our team, to not only have the support of the CFDA but also the support of our city,” Thomas says online. 
In San Antonio, the first week of October is now officially recognized as Texas Fashion Week (TXFW). 
In San Antonio, the first week of October is now officially recognized as Texas Fashion Week (TXFW). 
Tickets for all of the fashion week events are available for purchase online here
 
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Madalyn Mendoza is a proud Alamo City native. Keep up with her work and puro San Antonio happenings on Twitter, @MaddySkye.

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