StyleWeekOC returns to Fashion Island this weekend

By Fashion Island By Fashion Island | September 16, 2022 | Style & Beauty Sponsored Post


Fashion Island’s StyleWeekOC returns to Newport Beach this week with dedicated events and shoppable activities through Sunday, September 18. StyleWeekOC is Orange County’s premier fashion and beauty event, where influencers, industry professionals and fashion consumers converge in an immersive showcase of style. With Fashion Island’s iconic ocean views as the backdrop, the setting remains unparalleled to fashion weeks held across the globe.

In its 11th year, StyleWeekOC continues to redefine how we shop and shape our wardrobe and this year is no exception with a strong lineup of celebrity panel discussions, runway presentations, in-store shopping parties and boutique debuts.

This year’s panelists, for the conference on Saturday, include models-turned-entrepreneurs Jasmine Tookes, an OC native, and Josephine Skriver, who together co-founded the athleisure brand Joja. The Foster Sisters and their unique brand of wit and charm will be on stage too representing their fashion line Favorite Daughter! They’ll lead an elite group of thought leaders adding keen style insights to our exploration of the ever-shifting dress codes, and the new “Layers of Luxury.”

Fashion Island’s Under the Sun interactive workout series reemerges as well for a one-night-only fall experience unlike any other. All three of Fashion Island’s courtyards will be activated with simultaneous workouts featuring Vuori, Lululemon, and Fabletics followed by in-store shopping parties from 5-8pm. Don’t forget to RSVP through our website as a reservation is required to participate.

In 2022 and beyond, we are entering a new dimension of style mastery that challenges how we layer the modern wardrobe with luxury must-haves, activewear staples and next-gen brands. Throughout StyleWeekOC, we invite you to join us as we ignite conversation on how to breathe new life into your daily style.

Interested in attending? Visit to register and find out what should be on your layer list this fall.

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