Fort Worth Fashion Week took the stage the week of Sept. 19-25. After seven days of festivities punctuated by runway shows, the week celebrated the diverse fashion culture of Fort Worth.

Fashion week included hard work behind the scenes, long runway practice and fittings. The runway events showcased haute couture, western, feminine and masculine styles and cowboy boots.

“I am truly grateful to have gone through this experience – I am so thankful to be given this opportunity to do things out of my comfort zone,” said model Emma Stinson. 

In an Instagram post, fashion week organizers thanked audiences and designers for a successful second event and alluded to an upcoming third season next year. 

“It was great seeing so many faces and diverse styles,” the post reads. “The most important part is everyone coming together for fashion.” 

Izzy Acheson is a reporting fellow for the Fort Worth Report. Reach her at At the Fort Worth Report, news decisions are made independently of our board members and financial supporters. Read more about our editorial independence policy here.

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Izzy Acheson is a reporting fellow for the Fort Worth Report. Originally from Des Moines, Iowa, she graduated from Texas Christian University in 2022 with a double major in journalism and environmental...