Designers and stylists for some of the most-photographed people in the world have landed in Nashville as the third annual Nashville Fashion Week kicks off Tuesday with a runway show.
Racks of outfits and piles of clothes sat ready for the first event to step-off at the Pinnacle Building.
"The point of that is to show off how much amazing talent we have. We have designers, models, photographers, hair and make-up stylists. It's just a time for us to shine and show off the creativity and all of the amazing things going on here," said designer Misha Nonoo.
Nonoo has dressed celebrities like Kate Middleton, Jessica Alba and Gwyneth Paltrow, just to name a few.
"At the end of the day, they are amazing, regular women. And I just love seeing my clothes on any woman," Nonoo said.
Fashion Week runs through Saturday, and proceeds benefit the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund of the Community Fund of Middle Tennessee.
Though it's commonly known as Music City, Nashville has a certain "cool factor" that's taking the fashion world by storm.
"Fashion is a daily decision that we all make. That's why it's important that it's here - not just in New York City or San Francisco," said model Salome Steinmann.
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