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Lizzy Voeten, a senior at James Clemens High School, and other local designers will reprise new fashions in a live stream on Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. PHOTO / Olya N. Kokonina, Olya Nicole Photography, Instagram: onportraiture

Lizzy Voeten’s new collection streams online on Oct. 17

MADISON – Lizzy Voeten will reprise her new collection from 2020 Fashion Week Alabama in a live stream of her designs on Oct. 17 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Fredro Star Productions and Alabama Fashion Alliance are presenting the show.

Voeten, 17, is a senior at James Clemens High School. Her collection is inspired by the Chinese dragon and the white tiger, known as ‘yin and yang.’ With flowy and magical designs, Voeten represents her hope that peace and balance will be restored to this world.

“Not only will you be enchanted by Lizzy’s exuberant collection, but you will also be mesmerized by the jewelry she created that glamorizes each design,” her mother Laura Voeten said.

The fashion show will include these designers:

* Caroline Wang — Runway fashion collection and Asian art exhibit.

* Designers Gloria & Brigetta — Sweet & Sassy Boutique, mother and daughter fashion.

* LeJeune Signature – Runway collection debut inspired by Asian art. Alabama Fashion Alliance Founder Ellena Smith.

*Red Bird Boutique — Hottest runway looks.

* Livashion – Designer and founder Lizzy Voeten. New runway collection inspired by the Chinese Dragon and White Tiger.

* La’Quience — Designer Sonya Cawthorn in runway collection debut.

Lizzy premiered her collection during Fashion Weekend Alabama 2020 on Oct. 10. This show included seven models from the Madison area: Sophia Hughes, Lexi Lee, Dallas LaGrand, along with Lizzy and her siblings Annebel, J.J. and Niels and mother Laura Voeten.

Earlier this year, Lizzy was a finalist and youngest contestant in the first Alabama Tank Style Designer contest to create a three-piece ready-to-wear collection.

Lizzy and her Dutch Air Force family moved from the Netherlands to Huntsville in 2016. Lizzy is bilingual and straight-A student active in several clubs and enjoys advance-placement art at James Clemens. She creates facemasks for Huntsville Hospital, gives sewing lessons and pursues modeling classes in Madison.

Her goal is to advance her Livashion Collections with more U.S. shows.

For general information, visit alabamafashionalliance.com, Facebook or Instagram. For tickets to Alabama Fashion Alliance streaming, visit https://afa-business-of-fashion.ticketleap.com.

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