ATX STREET STYLE

Dedicated to documenting the fashion and style of Austin, Texas.
By Shelley Neuman




Stella Martin, 24
Spotted at: The Mohawk
Occupation: Owner of eBay store Caribou
Long Vest: Vintage, bought at American Icon Vintage Yard Sale from Feathers Vintage Boutique
Top/dress: Forever 21
Skirt: Urban Outfitters
Jewelry: Vintage View high resolution

Stella Martin, 24

Spotted at: The Mohawk

Occupation: Owner of eBay store Caribou

Long Vest: Vintage, bought at American Icon Vintage Yard Sale from Feathers Vintage Boutique

Top/dress: Forever 21

Skirt: Urban Outfitters

Jewelry: Vintage




Christina Kilgallon, 29
Spotted at: The Mohawk
Occupation: Owner of Palomino Vintage
Jacket: Thrifted
Hat: Prototype Vintage
Dress: Prototype Vintage
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell View high resolution

Christina Kilgallon, 29

Spotted at: The Mohawk

Occupation: Owner of Palomino Vintage

Jacket: Thrifted

Hat: Prototype Vintage

Dress: Prototype Vintage

Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell




Amanda Arthur, 35
Spotted at: The Mohawk
Occupation: Hair Stylist at Avant Salon
Dress, Shoes, and Cuff: New Bohemia View high resolution

Amanda Arthur, 35

Spotted at: The Mohawk

Occupation: Hair Stylist at Avant Salon

Dress, Shoes, and Cuff: New Bohemia




Vanessa Peveira, 30
Spotted at: The Mohawk
Occupation: Color Specialist at Avant Salon
Top: Vintage from Nepal
Pants: Paper Denim
Shoes: Michael Kors View high resolution

Vanessa Peveira, 30

Spotted at: The Mohawk

Occupation: Color Specialist at Avant Salon

Top: Vintage from Nepal

Pants: Paper Denim

Shoes: Michael Kors




Tracy Abrahams, 25

Spotted at: The Mohawk

Occupation: Pet Groomer

Dress: Feathers Vintage Boutique

Shoes: Thrifted

Dino Earrings: Self-made

Tooth Neclace/Bracelet: Mined Concepts Jewelry

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Event Spotlight: Fashion Freakout 5

On Friday, Mohawk hosted Austin’s fifth annual Fashion Freakout, the epitome of Austin fashion and style.  The Freakout is a fashion bonanza put together every year featuring knock-you-off-your-feet vintage clothing, impeccable styling, and the kind of inimitable overall quality that other local fashion shows dream of.  

This year’s Fashion Freakout featured inspiring looks from Freakout veterans, Prototype Vintage and Buffalo Exchange, as well as newcomer and East Austin vintage staple, Charm School Vintage.  Hair and make-up for the night were done by the talented team of stylists from Avant Salon.

Each store did a superb job of styling and tying together their looks to create distinct themes filled with youthful vigor and vintage charm.  Looks ranged from 1920s and ’30s inspired babes swathed in silk and fur to playful vibrant ’60s retro music-inspired outfits to bold spikes and studs crossed with flowing ethereal pieces.

After each piece came out, I was in such a moment of fashion fluster that I barely had time to catch my breath before the next amazing piece was revealed.  Click ‘read more’ for pictures of EVERY look that was strutted down the runway Friday night!

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