Fashion Week

Local designer’s work featured at NC Fashion Week

A local fashion designer had his product line featured at Saturday’s North Carolina Fashion Week.

The runway event was held at the Parkton mansion in Parkton and VaVichi Clothiers started by Halifax County native Vic Manley was one of the featured brands.

The VaVichi brand began in 2017 but its origins date back to the mid-2000s with LOEG Men’s fashion brand.

The VaVichi brand was released to the public in December of 2017 through its online store.

Manley said fashion week went well and “featured some amazing designer lines and models from around the state and elsewhere,” including his product line as well as the models of VaVichi Royalty Models.

The company also addresses community issues such as domestic abuse and autism awareness.

Its media company recently released a documentary entitled BULLDAWGS: The Emmanuel Boone Story as well as a rhythm and blues compilation series called VaVichi Vibes.

Its articles of clothing come in a royalty collection for kings, queens and young royals — men, women, women, and youth respectively.