Thursday, April 7, 2011

Charity Fashion Show SF

Last Saturday, we were invited to attend the Charity Fashion Show here in San Francisco! Recognized as the largest fashion show on the West Coast, CFS is committed to promoting ethnic diversity through fashion, expression, education, and creativity. This year's CFS beneficiary was The Princess Project, an organization which provides prom dresses to high school girls in need. Taking the runway by storm were collections from designers like Tracy Reese, Antik Batik, and Cut25 by Yigal Azrouel. Up and coming collections by local designers such as Frock Los Angeles were also featured.

We couldn't imagine a better way to spend our evening at CFS than with our local community members and bloggers! Thanks to Amy, known as widelyflung on Polyvore, Anh of 9to5chic, and Saimah of Street Number Eight for coming along with us and making it a great night!

Here are a few pictures from the CFS pre-show action backstage, the runway, and hanging around the event!

Models getting hair and makeup done backstage

Nadia (Polyvore Community Manager), Eugenia (Polyvore Blogger Marketing Manager), and Amy (Polyvore member)

PS -If you loved Amy's outfit as much as we did, check out her Polyvore re-creation:

Saimah (Street Number Eight) getting photographed by other bloggers and press backstage

The CFS runway at Fort Mason just before the show began

The lovely Anh (9to5chic) rocking the color blocking trend

Frock Los Angeles

Cut25 by Yigal Azrouel

Congratulations to Thom Scher and the entire CFS team on a hugely successful event! Thanks for having us!


Bonjour Fashionista said...

Looks like it was a great event!! :)

Anh said...

It was so much fun catching up with you ladies - hope to see you again soon! <3

TheStrawberryFields said...

Thats a great charity and a fabulous idea,i never had a prom i left school early.But i do know how important it is for a girl to feel special in a dress,so big congrats to those who made some girls feel special for their prom.
And ladies you are all looking gorgeous! :D xxx

Britt+Whit said...

ahh this is great! love the backstage photos! Britt and I had so much fun at the Fashion show!

We need more events like this in San Francisco!!


Amy said...

Fabulous recap! Thanks again!!! I had such a blast and it was great getting to meet Eugenia, Saimah, and Anh!

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