Tucson Young Professionals Fasion Show Features Diverse Designers, Styles, Boutiques & Brands
April 8, 2013
Join Tucson Young Professionals at the Fox Tucson Theatre on May 10 for The Four Elements Fashion Show, starting at 8:30 p.m. The night begins with an exclusive VIP reception where you will have the opportunity to mingle with the models and designers, as well as your fellow Tucson professionals. Enjoy light desserts from local restaurants, sample tequilas brought to you by Tequila Penasco and beer tastings from Thunder Canyon Brewery. VIP participants will also have front row seats to the Fashion Show as well as receive a swag bag filled with samples and discounts from local businesses.
The reception will be followed by a spectacular runway show produced by Tucson Fashion Group founder Yekatherina Bruner. The show will feature a diverse ensemble of designers, fashion stylists, boutiques and brands including: Grand Central Clothing, Haute Chocolate, Diki Wearables, Jenny Hermalik, La Rose Jaune, Vcuffs, Phillip Manus, Indi Apparel, RumB, Jennyvi Dizon, Francesca’s, Ra Apparel, Banana Republic and Avenue Boutique!
Following the show, the party continues with the official Tucson Fashion Show After Party at Hotel Congress! Drink and Food Specials will be available to all attendees. Tickets and more information are available here. Save $10 by entering promo code “Downtown” during registration!
VIP Reception: 7pm
General Admission Doors Open: 7:30pm
Show Begins: 8:30pm
2012 Celebrity Models:
Joseph Blair: Celeb MC, Caroline Isaacs (Silver Thread Trio), Laura Kepner-Adney (Silver Thread Trio), Gabrielle Pietrangelo (Silver Thread Trio), Hans Hutchison (Tucson singer-songwriter), Brian Lopez (Indie Rockstar, Mostly Bears), Jeannette Murray (Bens Bells), Greg Curtis (94.9 The Morning Mix), Melissa Marcus (2012 Woman of the Year), Todd Wilson (Breakout Studios), Ari Shapiro (xoom, sparkroot, falora), Nichole Szemerei (KVOA), TJ Zarling (Tucson Active 20/30, Construction and back-up dancer for Rihanna), Bryce Womack (Tucson fire fighter), Erin Jordan (KOLD), Paloma Santiago (Mrs Tucson)