The final runway shows of the seventh annual Austin Fashion Week were full of hot looks. Click through to see our favorites from the Stars and Finale events, featuring such designers as Gail Chovan, Samantha Plasencia, Anthony Ryan Auld and more.
A sleek, sexy look with bold cobalt blue from Amanda Valentine.
Melissa Fleis returned to Austin Fashion Week with her futuristically cute designs.
Daniel Esquivel showed off textured evening wear.
One model was equipped with a Go Pro to get a point-of-view few have during Austin Fashion Week. Design by Anthony Ryan Auld.
A patterned jumper from Anthony Ryan Auld's Ant Hill collection.
Michelle Lesniak showed off her hot air balloon high-waisted swimwear with a bright billowy blouse.
Amanda Valentine mixed in bright blues with neutral tones.
Gunnar Deatherage's pieces were reminiscent of Victorian designs.
Muted colors played a big role in Deatherage's collection.
Korto Momolu celebrated her heritage with traditional luxury fabrics and prints.
A beautifully draped maxi dress with gold embellishments helped close out Momolu's collection on Friday night.
Rare Trends' collection utilized fur as an accessory.
Gold fringe embellishments also played a part in Rare Trends' designs.
Samantha Plasencia's collection focused on "urban chic" wear, like this "ripped" sequin top and short circle skirt.
Plasencia injected bold reds into her collection, like this red fur statement piece.
19-year-old Sloane Lenz showed her first runway collection, including pieces based on songs that influenced her. Her pop art aesthetic combined found materials with primary colors.
This cloud-like dress closed out Lenz's This Is Sloane collection.
Cristal Martinez presented a print-heavy, three-piece capsule collection in varying styles.
Spire the Label's minimal black and white looks caught the eye of Austin Fashion Week sponsor Bernina. Designer Chelsey Nordyke won a grant from the company to help continue and build her line.
More minimal and modern looks came from Dallas-based Nine Muses.
Nine Muses also explored evening wear in the AFW collection with this black and white number.
Sally Daneshjou showed off a basic yet beautiful bridal look.
Finding beauty in imperfection, Gail Chovan's collection included looks like this white mini dress with splatters of faint red dye.
With a wow finish, the seventh annual Austin Fashion Week ended with this piece from Chovan's collection: a floor-length black dress with gold details and a large sheer headpiece.