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Last week Miami hosted Funkshion Fashion Week: four days filled with international and local designers galore at The Setai
Local label Etnos presented us with beautiful menswear (and men) while Suno brought its colorful SS2016 line for Funkshion's Celebration of Hope event, where Sharon Stone presented an award to her sister. Miami's own Style Mafia revealed a subdued, sophisticated collection for the season. "For this collection we wanted to go in a post-luxury direction and create pieces that are practical while still delivering a statement," says founder Simonett Pereira. "Expect fringed hems, structured sweater dresses and minimal separates in mostly black, white, burgundy and grey."
In a special collaboration, Funkshion teamed up with Argentina Fashion Week to highlight some great South American designers including Javier Saiach and Dario Arbina, who showed us a selection of delicate evening dresses, plus Emprendadores de Nuestra Tierra, which showcased an array of lust-worthy ponchos. There was an avante-garde McDonald's fashion show with jaw–dropping gowns made with Big Mac boxes, fry containers, wrappers, coffee cups, and more.
We highlight the week's best looks and moments above, so take a look at Funkshion Fashion Week in all its fancy.