The Nashville Fashion Alliance held its first-ever "Wardrobe Project" putting local artists and businesses in the spotlight.
More than 40 local vendors were featured in the event. VIP shoppers were given an exclusive look at the trends Friday night.
The market featured stores like Seraphine, Bella Blue, and Amanda Valetine.
"We have the largest concentration of fashion companies per capita outside of New York and Los Angeles. And we wanted to provide an opportunity for Nashvillians to see the diversity and beauty of all of our local fashion brands and to be able to shop our local fashion brands," said Van Tucker.
The market opens at Track One tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.