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Fashion Week to benefit nonprofits
Local nonprofit organizations, Bellevue LifeSpring and The Moyer Foundation, will benefit from the Kemper Freeman family’s annual Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection set for Sept. 24-28. In addition, 10 local fashion designers will profit from exposure during the third annual Independent Designer Runway show, with one selected to receive a $5,000 cash prize furnished by the Kemper Freeman family and The Bellevue Collection.
Wednesday, Sept. 24: The Bellevue Collection will support 10 local, independent fashion designers’ careers at the third annual Independent Designer Runway Show by providing the fashion week venue, production team and mentorship resources at no cost to the designers. One designer will be awarded a $5,000 cash prize from the Kemper Freeman family and The Bellevue Collection.
Friday, Sept. 26: All of the ticket proceeds from Posh Party Trend Show will be donated to Bellevue LifeSpring, (bellevuelifespring.org) a nonprofit organization working in the community for over 100 years, created to foster stability and self-sufficiency for Bellevue’s children and their families through programs that feed, clothe and educate. The Posh Party Trend Show features an evening of fall’s must-have trends.
Saturday, Sept. 27: All of the ticket proceeds from Front Row Fashion presented by Vogue will be donated to The Moyer Foundation (moyerfoundation.org) by The Bellevue Collection. The Moyer Foundation’s mission is to provide comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction and was founded by World Series champion pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen. At the event, Vogue will present the fall trends, offering insight on these trends and how to wear fashions available at The Bellevue Collection.