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The red carpet is coming to Louisville this fall for four days of fun, fashion and festivities at the 2012 Waterfront Fashion Week. We will have two of the fashion show's emerging designers turn a plastic trash bag into shiny sheik.
The inaugural Waterfront Fashion Week runs from October 17-20, 2012 and features a series of fashion-focused events and fundraisers benefiting Louisville's Waterfront Development Corporation.
Based on nationally-known New York Fashion Weeks, this local event will bring national models and designers to Louisville for four days of fashion shows, competitions and parties. The events are open to the public who purchase tickets.
Fashion Week launches with an Opening Celebration on Wednesday, October 17, spotlighting The Pink Dress Collection, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fashion shows will mark each evening of the event, where attendees will be treated to the region's best models donning fashions from regional boutiques and the country's top designers.
The fun doesn't stop after the tents close. Each evening, Kentuckiana's fashionistas will be able to celebrate long into the night at a series of After Parties.
This project supports the overall mission of maximizing and conserving all of the vital natural resources of the Ohio River Waterfront, while ensuring the highest quality of life for all citizens in the Louisville metropolitan area.
Please call (502) 254-1984 for more information on sponsorship opportunities and programming details for this ground-breaking week or visit our website.