Alley 33 Brings a Sustainable Fashion Show to Portland
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Briauna Skye McKizzie, GoLocalPDX Contributor
Alley 33 is a fashion show that focuses on bring everyday clothing to a public that’s in to looking fashionable while also supporting local production.
Photo Credit: Alley 33 Facebook (Image Cropped)
Alley 33 focuses on bringing everyday clothing to a public that’s interested in looking fashionable and supporting local production at the same time.
During this event, guests will be able to see the work of designers like Amelia Boutique, Laurs Kemp, Carolyn Hart and so many more. The fashion lines of all of the designers are available to the public, with many of the designers having physical locations where their clothing can be purchased.
The event includes music by DJ Gregarious, hair by The Red Velvet Parlour, and make up by Beau Monde.
And don’t let the party end after the show, grab a cocktail or three during the After Party at Gold Dust Meridian.
Purchase tickets HERE.
Alley 33, 3279 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Saturday, August 8th from 7pm - 9pm.
Homepage Photo Credit: Alley 33 Facebook
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