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A few days ago we gave you the scoop about the brands, speakers and general vibe of the Fashion Forward Conference, a successful fashion, lifestyle and business conference for women. In part two, we are covering everything about the kids' and women's fashion shows including how the brands we partnered with showcase the everyday women and make them feel amazing.

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Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference
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Fashion Forward Conference
Fashion Forward Conference

First up was the kids who rocked fashions from Le Top, shoes from the Medallion Collection from Stride Rite Children's Group, GILT Kids and jewelry provided by Stella & Dot as they noshed on healthy snacks from Happy Family. STOKKE and the gorgeous Beige Melange Xplory stroller was also on the runway that showcased their fashionable and functional strollers for the modern mom. It was adorable to see the kids in fall trends as they rocked these amazing fashions.

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As for the women, it was incredible to see women of all ages, sizes and shapes rock the runway from fashions that were sponsored by incredible brands such as Coldwater Creek, New Balance, Chevrolet, Charming Charlie and Ebates.

Styled by Sue of Ladies Home Journal, the looks featured modern and on-trends styles as well as looks from Sarah Potempa and her easy bun making tool and make-up from celebrity makeup artist, Kim Baker. In addition to the outfits, all of the models wore chic accessories from Charming Charlie and also modeled looks from from Coldwater Creek, New Balance, Karen Kane, Maggy London, Lands' End, LOFT, Rosie Pope, and styles purchased from Ebates where the models (and anyone!) can shop at big department stores like Bloomingdales, and Nordstrom, and earn up to 10% Cash Back at makeup havens like Sephora and Lancome. At the conference, we showcased looks for Ebates from J Crew, Madewell and Vince Camuto as the modeled walked down the runway with ease.

From the latest in trends to styles that every mom could enjoy, the Fashion Forward Conference showed that fashion and business can come together as women shared information, learned more about brands and forged relationships to help them continue and grow their brands.

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