Inside FUNKSHION Fashion Week with Phoenix House Miami and True Vintage Miami

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Dwyane Wade, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman, Blake Jenner and Will Brittain
Dwyane Wade, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman, Blake Jenner and Will Brittain

Photo Credit: Bob Metelus

The epic third day of FUNKSHION Fashion Week Miami Beach was one to remember as celebs joined to watch Calyann Barnett show off her creative prowess in the “EVERYBODY WANTS SOME” show. The funky runway presentation was inspired and titled after the upcoming film by Richard Linklater.

Dwyane Wade and Justice Winslow
Dwyane Wade and Justice Winslow

Photo Credit: Bob Metelus

Haute 100-lister Dwyane Wade and fellow Miami Heat teammate Justice Winslow scoped out the selections front row at the show watching as film stars Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman and Will Brittain strutted down the 80s-inspired runway show presented by Phoenix House Miami and True Vintage Miami.

Don Julio Truck
Don Julio Truck

Photo Credit: Bob Metelus

The hip decor, modeled after an 80s living room fit well with the vintage runway styles of the show, including mismatched couches, a giant TV with antennas, a mechanical bull, blankets and green grass to sit on. Before the show, attendees played lawn games throughout the space. After the show, the true rebels stepped up and those brave enough hopped up on the mechanical bull for a wild ride. Guests sipped on Don Julio throughout the night enjoying three delicious tiki cocktail selections from the on-site Tequila Don Julio 1942 truck, a light-blue vintage gem that stole the show.

Phoenix House Miami & True Vintage FUNKSHION show
Phoenix House Miami & True Vintage FUNKSHION show

Photo Credit: Bob Metelus

True Vintage Miami is one of the newest faces in the eye-wear world, but by no means are they rookies. True Vintage Inc. prides themselves on not only having the most sought after pieces in the world, but having the most extensive and accurate knowledge of their products. Their passion for eye-wear is rooted deep within their souls, showing the world that vintage eye-wear is not only fashion, it’s wearable art–as evident in their fashionable collections flaunted throughout the runway show.

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