Photos: Designers preview spring collections at D.C. Fashion Week shows

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Senior volleyball player Alexis Lete models a black gown on the runway. She was one of more than 100 models to walk in D.C. Fashion Week this year.

Local fashion designers displayed their Spring 2019 collections during D.C. Fashion Week from Wednesday to Sunday.

Ean Williams, the founder of D.C. Fashion Week, showcased his collection Friday night at Madam Tussauds wax museum.

International designers also revealed their latest collections to wrap up fashion week. The show, which was hosted at the French Embassy, was the 29th iteration of the couture show.

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Models show Ean Williams’ Corjor International line Friday night at Madame Tussauds. Williams is also the Executive Director of D.C. Fashion Week.

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D.C. Fashion Week concluded on Sunday with showcases at the French Embassy. The model is wearing a piece from Corjor International, by Williams.

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The menswear portion for Ean Williams’ Friday show featured eight looks from the designer’s Magnum underwear line.

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Williams’ fashion show Friday featured many garments with ruffles and sparkles at Madame Tussauds.

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Designer and Executive Director of D.C. Fashion Week Ean Williams takes a selfie after his Friday night show at Madame Tussauds.

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