Hosted by Fashiontographer, VueSociety, and The Triple Door, this April 28th event served as the first District of Fashion event in Seattle, Washington. It also raised over $700 for the Down Syndrome Community and the Ruby Room.
Mad Men, Vintage, 1950s, 1960s
WHAT TO WEAR
Sartorial, Chanel, Fedoras, Skinny Ties, Dresses
$500 gift certificate from Mode Organic Salon (includes color and cutting with renowned stylist, Joe Carling)
Guests had the opportunity to shop from the VUESOCIETY.com collection. Proceeds from sales will benefit the nonprofit organizations below.
This event benefited the following nonprofit organizations:
ABOUT THE DOWN SYNDROME COMMUNITY
The Down Syndrome Community is a registered 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to improve the lives of individuals with Down syndrome and their families by focusing on education, communication, and advocacy. Our service area includes the entire Puget Sound region and Western Washington. Our members include a wide cross section of families and professionals across the United States. (www.downsyndromecommunity.org)
ABOUT THE RUBY ROOM
The Ruby Room is a nonprofit organization that provides formal gowns to Seattle area high school girls who are unable to purchase their own dance attire. Dresses and accessories are collected throughout the year and made available at boutiques in the spring. Each girl is paired with a personal shopper volunteer who assists her in picking out the perfect gown. (www.rubyroomseattle.org)
ABOUT DISTRICT OF FASHION
The District of Fashion is an online fashion editorial by Fashiontographer that features people who are inspired by fashion, style, and philanthropy.
Model Lais Lacher. Photo by Walter Grio.