Guy's take: Wednesday night was a Knight to remember (with photos)

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[Editor's note: Guy vs. Girl. This is Brian's take on Wednesday night at Charleston Fashion Week. See Karen's take over here.]

Monkee's, Banana Republic, Sucker Jeans, Thera M., House of Sage and Palm Avenue.

All of these boutiques and businesses showcased their collections for Wednesday night's crowd, but they all became something of an afterthought when Project Runway designer, Mychael Knight, unveiled his Carte Blanche collection since his show at Bryant Park in NYC.

Every piece was very haute with sharp lines, bold shoulders and designs that Lady Gaga would shoot her own mother to have.

I'm not really one to know a terrible amount of information on women's fashion, but when it comes to Knight's collection: he blew it out the frame!

Local businesses didn't represent nearly as much as I had hoped with Palm Avenue receiving the most deadpan reception I've ever experienced. It's all good, though.

Even with temps in the mid-to-low 40s, people were in high spirits during much of the show. The DJ went missing for a hot minute as well, but that did not stop people from having a good time.

Tomorrow? Tommy Bahama, Seeking Indigo, the 'Rock the Runway' competition and featured designer, Mary Porter, just to name a few.

I will most definitely see you under the tents.

Until then...