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10/6/2016 – NFI: 191 Polk Ave, Nashville, TN 37210 (free parking at venue)
10/7/2016 – Abrasive Media: 438 Houston St, Suite 257, Nashville, TN 37203 (valet parking at venue)
10/8/2016 – Hilton Garden Inn: 1715 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 (self parking is $5 / valet parking is $10 mention Noteably Nashville)
10/9/2016 – NFI: 191 Polk Ave, Nashville, TN 37210 (free parking)
10/10/2016 – Cumberland Park: 592 S 1st St, Nashville, TN 37213 (self parking in Lot R of Titans Stadium)
The man is not a fashion designer; he is a costumer and an artist. His original designs have become the trademark of true American style. One name says it all; he is Manuel
He was responsible for making Johnny Cash the man in black. He crafted Elvis’ signature gold lamé suit. He fashioned the garments Bob Dylan wore when performing for the Pope. He has dressed all four generations of Hank Williams’. And if this is not enough to bring him a legendary status in music history, you can thank him for both The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead’s notorious insignias. But it doesn’t stop here: presidents, athletes, dancers, artists and movie stars have also donned his glittering couture. He has wardrobed over 90 movies and 13 television shows.
Often referred to as the “Rhinestone Rembrandt,” Manuel hails from Coalcomán, Mexico, a small town in the central western state of Michoacán. Manuel’s fascination with his craft began at the age of seven, when his older brother, Adolfo, taught him how to sew. With a natural flair for color and cloth, Manuel moved to Los Angeles and worked for several tailors, including Hollywood’s Sy Devore—making suits for clients such as the Rat Pack. But he soon became bored with everyday clothing. He then moved on to the world of costumes at Nudie’s famed western store, designing for the likes of Roy Rogers and the Lone Ranger. After 14 years in western wear, Manuel branched out and opened his own shop in North Hollywood, eventually relocating to Nashville in 1989 to continue his association with the music industry.
Mark Roscoe has been actively involved in the fashion industry for the past 30 years. Recognizing a market for distinctive, one-of-a-kind pieces that evoke a feeling of timeless elegance, grace and style, Mark Roscoe has made a name for himself in the fashion world. Impeccably designed and tailored to reflect the true personality of the most discriminating clients, Mark Roscoe’s talent and vision are dedicated to those who wish to “make a statement without uttering a word.”
What started as a custom hand-made neckwear line soon evolved into a design company focused on creating fine women’s couture. From new twists on the “little black dress” to incredible evening and special event ensembles, Mark’s artful selection of fabric and design complements both the unique personality of the woman and the spirit of the event for which the garment is being created. He personally selects only the finest silks from a global marketplace, preferring fabrics laced with universal textures, colors and patterns that are masterfully woven with layers of rich threads for a unique multi-dimensional look.
The Mark Roscoe women’s couture collection and mens neckwear line have appeared at some of the most prestigious events, including the Emmy Awards and Grammy Awards. Roscoe’s couture gowns have also been worn on the Red Carpet by actress, Bai Ling, and on the stage by acclaimed celebrity performs like Frank Marino from the Las Vegas hit show, Divas Live, together with Lyric Opera sensation, Jennifer Gambatese. The Mark Roscoe tie collection has been worn by Hollywood celebrities including Keegan Michael Key, Paul Sorvino, Jim Brickman, Michael Keaton, Elliot Gould and William Shatner.
Emmalee Matlock is an emerging designer from Nashville, TN who graduated from Parsons New School for Design in NYC. As a local designer, she is not only from Nashville, but the clothing is inspired by her hometown and all of her travels. She makes 100% of her designs in Nashville herself. She learned to sew sitting with her grandmother when she was only 5 years old and has not stopped! Her clothing & jewelry is all meaningful and unique, many having custom made textiles that you cannot find anywhere else. Nashville, as a city, has emerged into so much more than country music and cowboy boots, but it still stays true to its roots… which is what she wants her brand to represent. Emmalee Matlock is Noteably Nashville.
Linda Stowe has been making her own design using vintage clothing & vintage fabric clothes that are for everybody and her motto clothing to lift your spirits.