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Mona at #ArtDenver

Mona at Preview Part ArtDenver

image imageArtDenver 2014 was the very first winter show produced by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival held last weekend at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. It was something exciting and new for Denver fashion – designers were asked to both present in a fashion show and also had booths in which they were selling their designs. This has been done by others, but this is the first time in such a large space as the Convention Center.

Designers such as Mondo Guerra, Geoffrey Mac, Michael Costello and Justin LeBlanc showed along with Brooks, 50 Dresses and other Denver designers, including me.

Here are a few photos from the show. Fashion show photos from ArtDenver coming soon!



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Mona Shows Her Fashion Sketches on First Friday

Mona Lucero Fashion Sketch FMsmallDrop into Mona Lucero Design & Powerhaus this First Friday!

I’m excited to be showing originals and prints of my fashion drawings AND….they’ll be for sale! Plus my studio/showroom will be open on First Saturday from noon to 4:00 for people missing the boutique!

Friday 6:00 to 10:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 to 4:00 pm

2900 Marion Street, #2           303-458-0090

Drop by for a sip and a bite and see the new space!



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Mona to show latest designs at Westword Whiteout Fashion Show Denver

Deanna wearing crochet skirt & Fuzzy T-shirt, by Mona Lucero

Deanna wearing crochet skirt & Fuzzy T-shirt, by Mona Lucero

Denver Whiteout Fashion Show – in partnership with Westword Artopia, Thursday, Feb 7, 2013 at the McNichols Civic Center building . Facebook event page for the show.


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My first day of Demos at DAM


Today was my first Designer’s Studio demonstration at the Denver Art Museum in conjunction with the YSL Retrospective. It was a long day, starting at 6:30 this morning pulling together the supplies and fabric that I had finally settled on and cutting out a “70′s Jacket” and tracing out from the pattern for my “Hollywood Glam” skirt. I had decided that I would create the jacket and skirt in front of people and begin the process of cutting out appliques, cabbage roses made from fabric, buttons and other such embellishments. I’ve done both pieces before but not with this fabric, which is actually a very fine soft  faux leather – and not with embellishments – so I’m excited to see where this idea takes me.

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