2017 REDRESS FASHION SHOW

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18th

at CAM Raleigh, 409 W. Martin St. Raleigh

Cocktail Hour with live jazz from Community Music School: 7:00 - 8:00pm

Fashion Show: 8:00pm

Exhibition with the designers afterward!

Important info for show attendees:

  • Beer and wine will be available for sale for $5 during the cocktail hour.
  • We have partnered with Local Beacons to do a People's Choice for this year! Be sure to download the app before the event so that you will be able to participate.
  • There is a lot of construction going on around the venue - please plan for time to park and get to the venue on time for the show! Parking is plentiful in downtown but you may need to seek out a parking deck instead of street parking due to the construction. This is a great map of downtown Raleigh Parking. 
  • We also plan to have a raffle for local goodies - tickets will be $5 each or 5 for $20.

**We have extremely limited seats left - they will be available at the door for $75 Front Row; $40 General Admission.

Please bring a card for payment.**


2017 SPONSORS

 

STYLING SPONSORS

 

The annual Redress Fashion Show is a one-of-a-kind event spotlighting the latest in responsibly-produced fashion. It has been featured in such publications / media outlets as IndyWeek, News and Observer, Ecotextile News, My Carolina Today, Oak City Hustle, Walter Magazine, Triangle Downtowner, Cary Magazine, and Ethical Fashion Forum. The show puts emerging designers in front of leaders in the fashion and textiles industry, as well as hundreds of receptive attendees. Designers featured in the fashion show can expect to elevate their brands to the next level. 

The Redress Fashion Show highlights designers with accessible, innovative collections and emphasizes that “green” is in all aspects of life, including fashion. Collections selected for the show have a strong emphasis on responsible design, including recycled, upcycled, or remanufactured pieces; eco-friendly fabrics and/or sustainable production processes (such as no-waste pattern making or natural dyes); and/or a domestic supply chain. This year's show also features a collaboration with CORDURA® brand fabric that will highlight future innovations in the world of fashion and textiles.