“Still, the organization has struggled to find sufficient funds; its leaders would like to attract a major Christian corporate sponsor, as Mercedes-Benz has been to fashion weeks in New York, London and other cities. “We probably don’t want a Chick-fil-A,” Mr. Gomez said, “but maybe a Forever 21.” (Or maybe not, given Forever 21’s repeated citations for workplace safety violations from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.)”
“In mid-December, forced to trim a marketing, venue and production budget of $30,000, Christian Fashion Week issued a dramatic pronouncement that this season would be its last. “But this is Christian Fashion Week,” Mr. Gomez said at Aloft with a practiced twinkle, “and so there could be a resurrection.”
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We are left dumbfounded by the whole idea of Christian Fashion Week.
Since when has the word “Christian” become a buzzword to peddle your wares? Do any of the clothes mix two fabrics together (Deuteronomy 22:11) because, gurl, it’s against the bible?
And what is Christian fashion? We are only aware of Habits and robes but those, technically, belong to the Catholic territory.
If you look at their presentation, it’s very “Little House on the Prairie”. We think most of the aesthetic is heavily borrowed from the Amish. Amish Fashion Week, anyone?