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SPRING 2016 VINTAGE KC MAGAZINE "Old & New"

Heidi Herrman's designs were featured in the Spring 2016 issue of KC Vintage Magazine along with an interview of Heidi.  To see a digital copy of the issue click HERE.

I think at the base of my inspiration is a want and a need to create beauty. I am profoundly influenced by silhouettes of past eras, all forms of sculpture, color, print and texture. I find that my most inspired thoughts come when I travel.
— -Heidi Herrman

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THE ART OF FASHION - KC Magazine (SEP 2015)

Five looks from the Heidi Herrman KC Icons collection have been featured in the story  "The Art Of Fashion" from the September 2015 issue of KC Magazine.

It all started when fashion designer Heidi Herrman spied an image of Kansas City’s majestic Art Deco Power and Light skyscraper while scrolling through photographer Steve Gibson’s Instagram feed.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Steve Gibson Photography

MODELS: Audrey White, Tiffany LaBrie, Tiffany Tran, Hailey Young, Hannah Hadnot,  

ACCESSORIES: Amina Marie Millinery

HAIR: Keishaun Redmond

MAKEUP: Ruth White Makeup Artistry

STORY: Kimberly Stern

 

 

 

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KCFW: Friday Show Recap

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KCFW: Friday Show Recap

to wrap up the friday night show - heidi herrman totally killed it! can we talk about the flattering 50’s vibe i am feeling in this collection. talk about flattering and fun! oh and that printed yellow and blue skirt, oh i mean shorts, yes shorts! i died over them. like literally i want to wear them right now. i love how flowy they are just amazing! i adored this collection because it all looked like it morphed from the 1950’s to modern day. and all with out missing a beat, and totally appropriate for today! i would definitely rock these looks - remind you of modcloth, anyone? i’m totally digging it!
— Caitlin Fore

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KCFW // FRIDAY NIGHT

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KCFW // FRIDAY NIGHT

Heidi Herrman’s collection closed down the show. Her pieces were well-constructed, wearable, and delightfully feminine. Her use of earthy tones and organic patterns had us inspired. We loved the pops of color! I don’t know about you guys, but all I could think about was rocking some of Heidi’s pieces to the office, and then straight to happy hour after! From the hair to the shoes this collection was put together to the smallest detail.
— 5 O'Clock Fashionistas

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Kansas City Fashion Week – SS15 Friday Night

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Kansas City Fashion Week – SS15 Friday Night

Heidi Herrman is one of my favorite designers in Kansas City. I’ve introduced you to her in the past, while her collection this season is much more vintage inspired and muted in tone, than it has been in the past, this collection was clearly well constructed and totally wearable. I really loved the strapless romper!
— Style B8sics

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Heidi Herrman on KCTV5's Better Kansas City

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Heidi Herrman on KCTV5's Better Kansas City

Each piece is pinned, measured and pieced together to be versatile and timeless.
— Courtenay DeHoff, KCTV5 Better KC

Heidi Herrman was featured today on KCTV5's Better Kansas City program in an interview segment with Courtenay DeHoff.  Watch the clip below to get insight into the Heidi Herrman design process and even catch a sneak peak of her collection for Kansas City Fashion Week which can be seen on Friday evening, September 26th.  

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YOUR FIRST LOOK AT KC FASHION WEEK’S FALL SHOW

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YOUR FIRST LOOK AT KC FASHION WEEK’S FALL SHOW

Kansas City Fashion Week’s sixth consecutive season will feature men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and jewelry by designers ranging from Los Angeles to New York to right here in Kansas City. Designers like Alicia Janesko, Kate Walz, Lauren Bander and many more will debut their collections.

Featured KCFW designer, Heidi Herrman, says, “It is such a rush to see the a collection that you have designed and constructed make it’s way down a runway, knowing a bit of your soul and voice has been put out into the world.
— thisisKC.com

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Sunday Favorites From Kansas City Fashion Week F/W 2014

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Sunday Favorites From Kansas City Fashion Week F/W 2014

Up next was designer Heidi Herrman. I was blown away by how neat and well made her pieces were! Seated in the front row, one could almost touch the materials. Her entire collection deserved a salute for its great craftsmanship and choice of materials, shapes and structures.

Herrman presented an elegant, 1930s-inspired collection of dresses, pants and capes with modern twist to them, mostly in black and burgundy, perfect hues for the upcoming autumn and winter.
— NETTISCHKA.COM

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KCFW Ends With Gold Glitz And Glamour

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KCFW Ends With Gold Glitz And Glamour

Heidi Herrman’s collection was the most refined out of all the collections. The designer took authentic West African prints and transformed them into modern 1940s inspired clothing.
— Morayo Bakare (UMKC University News)

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KANSAS CITY FASHION WEEK 2014 BY MARILYN

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KANSAS CITY FASHION WEEK 2014 BY MARILYN

On the last day of the event, we were able to see Heidi Herrman’s designs which we immediately fell in love with. When we met Heidi on the night of the trunk show, she mentioned that her line this season is inspired by African fabrics on classic patterns. We loved the idea of incorporating the African patterns since Kaleb and I have both done mission work in different parts of Africa. Her line was close to our hearts and reminded us of our experiences there.
— Brewed Together

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Fashion Takes Flight | Elegance For A Cause

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Fashion Takes Flight | Elegance For A Cause

Earlier this summer, I posted (here) about a jumpsuit that I had purchased from Heidi Hermman, from her collection at the West 18th Street Fashion Show, and it was at the BElievers Ball that I decided to give it its debut.
— Style B8sics

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The Jumpsuit – Gilded Summer Style

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The Jumpsuit – Gilded Summer Style

Heidi Herrman, a Kansas City based designer, sent some absolutely amazing pieces down the Gilded Summer 2013 runway, not the least of which was this amazing jumpsuit (which is the great white whale for many of us tall girls, and you can imagine why).
— Style B8sics

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