Montreal Is Hosting A See It To Believe Charity Fashion Show Friday
Fashion For A Good Cause!
Fashion In The City Is Bringing Substance To The Industry With Their Charity Fashion Show!
The fashion industry often contributes to make the world a better place and the team behind Fashion In The City is keeping the cycle alive with their charity fashion show!
Friday September 1st, Montrealers will get a once in a lifetime experience at the loft Hotel!
Friday, September 1st, 2017
Loft Hotel, 334 Terrasse Saint Denis
Stephanie Atkinson and her husband, both designers from Montreal, started this initiative from the mind and beautiful spirit of their 9 year old son.
The golden boy told his parents that it would be a great idea to give back to the community and promote fashion designers and local talents at the same time.
Needless to say that this little prodigy was in fact a visionary because now Fashion In The City is introducing their 2nd edition and their team grew from 5 people to now 50!
Fashion In The City is a movement bringing the community together to celebrate their passion for fashion while contributing to the community.
This year, most of the proceeds will go to the Heart Stroke Foundation which is the very first foundation for that cause.
This year, they have international designers, Hautre Couture and Avant-Garde gems and your favorite local designers are making their debut like A-Sexy Boutique which is the woman line of Adonis Stevenson (yes that Adonis Stevenson). They got a cocktail before the runway and Montreal’s very own Rnb Diva, Miss Saharah Sinclair.
At Fashion In The City, you get a perfect blend between a gala, a fashion show and a charity event. Bring out your best suit, your best dress and be ready to be amazed by the sound of Rick Noel from RG Music throughout the night.
We wanted to know a little bit more about the organizers and what this charity fashion even stands for.
We sat down with Stephanie Atkinson so she could tell us her story, only to find out that it broke any taboo about fashion being an industry that doesn’t give back or something superficial