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Fade to Light Fashion Event at The Crystal Ballroom

Thursday, August 13, 2015

 

Photo Credit: Alter PDX Collection on Fade To Light's Facebook (Image Cropped)

For the second time this year, The Crystal Ballroom will host a fashion show that’s sure to blow your mind with creative designs straight from Portland.

The event is called Fade to Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event and is brought to us by Elizabeth Mollo Productions.

The event inspires designers to really stretch themselves and bring viewers designs that will make the wearer feel confident, daring, and beautiful. 

This month, the event will feature collections from Altar PDX, Bryce Black, Deatherage Designs, Rogue Minx, Sara Bergman Apparel, Stefanie Says, StudioSKB, and WWJJD.

This is an all-age event with a 21 and over afterparty in Lola’s Room.

Admission prices vary from $10 for students to $50 for premier tickets in the front row.

Not only is this a fun event to catch some of the newest fashions coming our way this fall, but it’s also a good way to support Children’s Healing Art Project (CHAP). CHAP is an organization that uses art to help children and their families who are going through a crisis. According to the Fade to Light Facebook page, “At CHAP, we believe that children should be known for their creativity ingenuity, rather than their disease, diagnosis or disability.” 

The artists who teach at the program offer over sixty hours of artistic activities to critically or chronically ill and disabled children and teens. For every ticket purchased for the Fade to Light event, $1 is donated to CHAP. 

To purchase tickets for the event, please click here.

Fade to Light: A Multidimensional Fashion Event at Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside St. Wednesday, August 26, 6:30pm - 11pm. 

Homepage Photo Credit: Stefanie Says Collection on Fade to Light's Facebook

 

Related Slideshow: Fade To Light 2015: A Multidimensional Fashion Event

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SKPDX

Designs by Sharon Blair. 

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SKPDX

Designs by Sharon Blair. 

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Veil & Valor

Veil & Valor (formaly Primal Hunt) is a collaboration between Kate Troyer and Shelby Morgan. 

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Veil & Valor

Veil & Valor (formaly Primal Hunt)

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Bryce Black

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Bryce Black

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Altar

Clothing made and manufactured at Altar Boutique

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Altar

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WWJJD

Collaboration between Jeanne Tunberg and Joshua Buck.

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WWJJD

Collaboration between Jeanne Tunberg and Joshua Buck.

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WWJJD

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Adelheid Bergin

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Adelheid Bergin

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Stafanie Says

Collaboration between Stefanie Houlis and Stephanie Podasca.

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Stafanie Says

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Stafanie Says

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AMC Clothing

Ana Mendoza C

Part of the Fashion Forward section during Fade to Light. 

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FYN

Fine Karunamit 

Part of the Fashion Forward section during Fade to Light. 

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Favorite Son Menswear

Erich Treeby 

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madame & eve

Hannah Ilyana 

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Garnish

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Garnish

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Rogue:Minx

Designs by Anna-Marie Cooper

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Rogue:Minx

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Rogue:Minx

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Michelle Lesniak

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Michelle Lesniak

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Michelle Lesniak

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