September Style

As seen in Cowboys & Indians Written by EMILY C. LASKOWSKI

Check out the Western fashion coming to Jackson Hole’s Western Design Conference.

Founded 29 years ago in Cody, Wyoming, the Western Design Conference is a four-day showcase for Western craftspeople, collectors, interior designers, architects, and fashion designers. At home in Jackson Hole for more than a decade, this year the annual event takes place September 9-12.

After a hiatus in 2020, organizers are promising a “fierce-as-ever fashion show with new and returning designers set to reveal their latest creations.” In total, 16 Western designers from across the country will showcase their couture collections at the preview party and fashion show on September 9.

Sneak a peek at some of the Western styles taking center stage in September.

Western Design Conference Fashion Show Gallery

Helga’s Design, Montana Dreamwear, and Candy Woolley Accessories images by New Thought Digital.

All other images courtesy Western Design Conference. 

Check out all 16 designers showing at WDC:

A. Tsagas Designs – Denver, Colorado
Albrea Fashion – Cedar City, Utah
Beargrass Leather – Lakeside, Montana
Candy Woolley Accessories – Miami, Florida
Elyse Allen Textiles – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Ewka – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Gina Pannorfi – Chicago, Illinois
Gossamer Wings Santa Fe – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Helga’s Design – Jackson, Wyoming
Jen X Equine – Draper, Utah
JW Bennett – Jackson, Wyoming, and Park City, Utah
Lulabelle Luxury Knits – Twentynine Palms, California
Montana Dreamwear – Basin, Montana
Originals by Scott Wayne x Tres Outlaws Boot Co. – El Paso, Texas
Rebecca Gilberto – Estes Park, Colorado
Rebellion Bags – Chicago, Illinois

Additional information, including schedules and tickets, is available at and on Facebook and Instagram.

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Digital Sourcebook

Available September 10th

This year’s Western Design Exhibit + Sale will be online through a new virtual marketplace.  SOURCE, COMMISSION + SHOP the Best of the West via our interactive Digital Sourcebook – online September 10. 

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