By Raquel Parks
@MetroDivaPages

Fashion is worn by everyone while style is the art and language of dressing. It takes a certain knack and eye for consistently creating unique looks that represent who you are. For some, style seems to be natural and effortless.

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Hour Detroit Magazine is recognizing some of these most stylish men and women in Detroit with its Best Dressed list and fashion show. Hour’s readers voted for who they found to be the sharpest dressers in the D in the magazine’s annual poll. As in previous years, the list consists of several, notable figures from various professions in Detroit.

Some of the honorees are: Judge, Greg Mathis; singer and song writer, Keely Ferguson (she’s also the cover girl of the Best Dressed issue); doctor and author Reginald J. Eadie, and art gallery owner, Jennifer Vinklarek. To celebrate, Hour Detroit Magazine will be hosting its 2016 Best Dressed Fashion Show at the Filmore Detroit on Thursday, September 29th.

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The doors open at 6PM and the Somerset Collection Fashion begins at 8PM. The Official After-Party kicks off at the Aloft Hotel at 9PM. Showcase your best personal style and spend a fashionable evening mingling over cold drinks and delicious bites at this year’s event. Tickets are $40 for general admission. General admission provides complimentary appetizers, access to cash bars and a standing room for the fashion show.

Reserved Runway Seating Tickets are $80 which includes complimentary appetizers, access to cash bars and a reserved seat for the fashion show. For more information on Hour Detroit’s 2016 Best Dressed Fashion Show and to purchase tickets, visit hourdetroit.com.

Raquel is a Michigan native with a Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Michigan. She loves fashion and writing about life’s everyday stories. She has written for various local publications that include Dearborn Press & Guide and Detroit Fashion Pages. Raquel also writes for her own local events blog, Metro Diva Pages.

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Raquel is a Michigan native with a Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Michigan. She loves fashion and writing about life’s everyday stories. She has written for various local publications that include Dearborn Press & Guide and Detroit Fashion Pages. Raquel also writes for her own local events blog, Metro Diva Pages.