The first show of its kind, Sypher paketed a premiere of its own in March at New York’s Pompano Beach Beach.
This year’s event has drawn more than 3,500 people to its annual festival.
But it’s the fashion show that has made it the most popular.
There are no prizes, and no fancy dresses.
Instead, it’s a show of raw and beautiful fashion, with the aim of inspiring a new generation of fashion designers.
There’s no prize money, and only a handful of winners.
The show is an opportunity for creatives to shine and to get the recognition they deserve, said Sypher cofounder and CEO Ben Siegel.
That includes designers, stylists, and designers in their 20s and 30s.
“This is where we should be going, because it’s not the norm,” Siegel said.
“People are making great things for themselves and others.”
Sypher’s show is a culmination of its three years of work.
In 2012, Siegel and his team launched the first Sypher fashion show in New York.
At the time, the event was about the same size as a major fashion show but featured more than 60 designers and designers from all over the world.
The company also opened a fashion boutique in Brooklyn and is building a new location in Miami.
“We didn’t have any money.
We were a little scared.
We had to make it up,” said Siegel, a former fashion editor at New Yorker.
The next year, he and his partners started a second event, a festival.
This time, it featured fashion designers from a variety of disciplines, including performance, video, and photography.
The third show, which took place at a new Sypher facility in Miami, drew 5,000 people to Miami Beach in January.
Siegel hopes the event will grow to include more than 50 designers, and the show will have the same appeal to consumers.
He also believes it’s important to have a diverse audience.
“It’s important that people can find their passion and their love of fashion,” he said.
This is why, he added, he’s excited to launch Syphers first fashion show at a Miami hotel.
He hopes to see that at other hotels and at events around the world in the future.