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Fade to Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

 

Fade to Light Photo credit: Brent Barnett

Fashion show producer Elizabeth Mollo’s semi-annual Fade To Light fashion event will bringing local designers together to think outside the box, and turn the runway into a multi media presentation.  

2015 Fade to Light Designers

Joshua Buck and Jeanne Tunberg’s collaboration line WWJJD, features hand dyed clothing that celebrates a creative lifestyle. Their loose and easy to wear silhouettes are fun and add a bold statement to your closet staples. (They continue to keep it "old school").

Delicate body harnesses, faux leather tops, and baby doll shirt dresses make up the feminine and tomboy Oregon clothing brand Rogue:Minx. Rogue:Minx will be showing garments for the first time in Portland.

New clothing collaboration brand Veil & Valor (aka Primal Haunt), will be revealing their second collection titled “The Toad Frog”. The brand designs garments for creative woman, influenced by female metamorphosis, Frida Kahlo, and dance.   

Other designers showcasing collections include Adelheid Bergin, Garnish, Altar HouseLine (Formerly Mag-Big), Michelle Lesniak, Bryce Black, Stefanie Says, and StudioSKB.

Fade To Light Event and History

DiscJockey Gregarious will provide music and visuals, and cosmetology school Beau Monde will provide hair styling and make-up.

For every ticket purchased $1 will be donated to Camp KC, a free one-week camp  for kids ages 5 to 15 years old who are infected with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS.   

Fade to Light started was founded by Elizabeth Mollo back in 2012. Mollo has helped produce FashioNXT, Open Season, and The Alley 33 Fashion Event. Fade to Light often features the work of emerging as well as established designers like Project Runway’s Michelle Lesniak and graduates from The Art Institute of Portland.

Fade to Light, Crystal Ballroom, 1332 West Burnside St. Wednesday, February 25th, 2015, Doors open 7 PM, Fashion Show starts at 8 PM, $12 General Admission Advanced, $15 Day of Show.  For more information click HERE

 

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