By Joanna Davila

EDGE Editor

Ranging from pretentious flirts to the walking dead, from March 5 to March 10, approximately 12 models took on an array of personas to strut their stuff and display the latest spring lines from Stussy, Seven2, Fila, Buffalo, and Betsy Johnson to name a few. In it’s second year, Funkshion, Miami’s version of NYC Fashion Week, boasted the fusion of music and fashion, providing a supplement to Miami’s Winter Music Conference. While the latest in designs were meant for the runway, audience members couldn’t help but notice the spectators sitting in the first and second rows that included several fashionistas rumored to be linked with Lucky Magazine and Fashion Week Daily. Overall, Funkshion added some funk into regular South Beach and turned out to be one hell of a soiree.

March 26, 2004


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