Photos: DC Fashion Week 2018

A model wears pieces from the FlowerBaum label at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the FlowerBaum label at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the FlowerBaum label at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the FlowerBaum label at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the FlowerBaum label at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wear pieces from Ukrainian designer, Y-U-L-I-Y-A, at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wear pieces from Ukrainian designer, Y-U-L-I-Y-A, at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wear pieces from Ukrainian designer, Y-U-L-I-Y-A, at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wear pieces from Ukrainian designer, Y-U-L-I-Y-A, at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the Cashmere & Pearls collection at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the Cashmere & Pearls collection at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the Cashmere & Pearls collection at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the Cashmere & Pearls collection at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the Cashmere & Pearls collection at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Host Guy Lambert of Washington, DC radio station WPGC, interviews Karen Caruso, owner of the Cashmere & Pearls boutique, at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Miss District of Columbia USA, Bryce Armstrong, attends DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Jose Alberto Ucles, of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, attends DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Fashion designer Stephane Koerwyn talks with the Ambassador of Haiti, Paul G. Altidor. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Jose Alberto Ucles, of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, attends DC Fashion Week 2018 with a guest. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from designer Victor Glemaud's knitwear collection. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
The runway at the International Couture Collections show at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from designer Victor Glemaud's knitwear collection. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A member of the audience awaits the start of the International Couture Collections show, part of DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
NFL wide receiver and former Washington Redskin, Pierre Garcon, attends the Haitian fashion designers showcase at the Embassy of Haiti and discusses his Haitian roots with reporters. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Models walk the runway at the International Couture Collections show at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from Prajje Jean Baptiste's Prajje Oscar clothing line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from Prajje Jean Baptiste's Prajje Oscar clothing line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Models line up to take a bow at the Haiti fashion designer's showcase (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from Prajje Jean Baptiste's Prajje Oscar clothing line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
The crowd awaits the start of the International Couture Collections show at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from Prajje Jean Baptiste's Prajje Oscar clothing line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Jose Alberto Ucles, of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, welcomes guests to DC Fashion Week 2018 with Ean Williams, Executive Director of DC Fashion Week. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the House of Marsya at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the House of Marsya at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the House of Marsya at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A dancer does a traditional Indonesian dance to begin House of Marsya's runway show at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the House of Marsya at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears pieces from the House of Marsya at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
DC Fashion Week runs until Feb. 25. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Students from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) attend DC Fashion Week 2018's student designer showcase. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
DC Fashion Week 2018 presented an evening of networking for young professionals in the fashion industry ahead of a fashion showcase for student designers. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks down the runway wearing an evening gown by Josie B., a student designer at Delaware State University. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears an evening gown by Josie B., a student designer at Delaware State University. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears an evening gown by Josie B., a student designer at Delaware State University, as part of DC Fashion Week 2018's evening dedicated to student fashion designers. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a two-piece outfit from designer Patricia Agendia, a junior at Morgan State University in Maryland. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a two-piece outfit from designer Patricia Agendia, a junior at Morgan State University in Maryland. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model takes to the runway during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Stevie, one of the student designers, showing during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears an outfit from student designer Charlie Rincon-Rodriguez from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Student designer Charlie Rincon-Rodriguez greets the audience at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wearing a runway look from a student designer at DC Fashion Week 2018's student designer showcase. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wearing a runway look from a student designer at DC Fashion Week 2018's student designer showcase. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Ean Williams, executive director of DC Fashion Week Inc., introduces a student designer during the student designer showcase. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wearing a runway look from a student designer at DC Fashion Week 2018's student designer showcase. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
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A member of the audience awaits the start of the International Couture Collections show, part of DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
DC Fashion Week 2018 International Couture Collections at The Sphinx at Franklin Square, Washington, DC A dancer does a traditional Indonesian dance to begin House of Marsya's runway show at DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks the runway at Press Night for DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears clothing and accessories from Cashmere and Pearls, an Alexandria, Virginia boutique that partners with craftsmen in Myanmar, Thailand, and Mongolia. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks the runway at Press Night for DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks the runway at Press Night for DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks the runway in a look from the MG Collection by student-designer Margaret Garrison. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
The crowd awaits the start of the runway show at Press Night for DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears an aluminum dress and matching aluminum lotus flower fascinator from contemporary artist, Stephane Koerwyn. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a top, trousers and accessories from Baltimore-based designer, Margaret Garrison's MG line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model walks the runway at Press Night for DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Ean Williams (front), executive director of DC Fashion Week Inc., poses with the designers showing at DC Fashion Week 2018's Press Night. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model (right) shows the latest look from the FlowerBaum collection while the designer looks on. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a look from the latest collection from the designer Y-U-L-I-Y-A. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a pink pantsuit with faux fur detailing from the mother-daughter label Dur Doux. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wearing an aluminum dress and matching aluminum lotus flower fascinator from contemporary artist, Stephane Koerwyn, poses with the designer. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Models preview looks that will be featured during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model previews leather pieces that will be featured during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Designer Mariama Onitin (left) puts finishing touches on her model's caftan. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Pictured are the following: Designer Najla Burt, creative director of the clothing line Dur Doux; a model wearing a pantsuit from the latest Dur Doux collection; and Cynthia Burt, CoDesigner of Dur Doux and the mother of Najla Burt. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Designer Mariama Onitin (left) of Lady Mariama Design, poses with a model wearing a caftan and cape from the designer's latest collection. Onitin's Senegalese/Guinean/French background is a constant in her lux designer wear. She created the print on the model's cape as a nod to Senegalese history and the "signare" - local African and mixed race women in Senegal. After living in Africa, Asia, and Europe, Onitin now lives and designs in Washington, D.C. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a top, trousers and accessories from Baltimore-based designer, Margaret Garrison's MG line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model previews leather pieces that will be featured during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a dress and accessories from Baltimore-based designer, Margaret Garrison's MG line. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Designer Margaret Garrison (center), a senior at the Maryland Institute College of Art majoring in fibers and textiles, poses with models wearing looks from her latest MG collection. Garrison's work explores different methods of digital fabrication techniques and traditional garment techniques. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
Yuliya (right), the designer of the fashion line, Y-U-L-I-Y-A, poses with a model (left) wearing one of the line's latest looks. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a pink pantsuit with faux fur detailing from the mother-daughter label Dur Doux. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model previews pieces that will be featured during DC Fashion Week 2018. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears diamond and gemstone earrings from the Ri Noor fine jewelry collection by Shibani Shinde Patil. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
A model wears a bypass diamond and gemstone ring from the Ri Noor fine jewelry collection by Shibani Shinde Patil. (Courtesy Shannon Finney/shannonfinneyphotography.com)
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WASHINGTON — D.C. just wrapped its version of Fashion Week on Sunday.

Models showed off the autumn and winter collections of several designers over four days.

Photographer Shannon Finney captured some of the featured looks below:


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