Fashion With A Cause

CALLING ALL FASHION LOVERS!!! Fashion Week may be over in The Big Apple, but it’s just getting started in my hometown! It’s year 7 for Mobile Fashion Week (MFW) in Mobile, Alabama and I am thrilled to be a part of it! It’s going to be the best one yet and I get to blog all about it! This is my very first time blogging for MFW and I am so excited for this opportunity!

This year the Fashion Show will be held at The Fort of Colonial Mobile, better known as Fort Condé. On Saturday, September 22, 2018, the Fort will be taken over by fashion and beauty enthusiasts to celebrate local designers and retailers. And, this will all be done outdoors. I am so excited to see the fort transformed into a runway! The countdown is on!!

A little background: This fort was built in 1976 as a recreation of the original Fort Louis de la Mobile built by the French in the early 1700’s to protect Mobile Bay against enemy forces.   *Photo Credit: The Fort of Colonial Mobile

This event is not just about glam, it’s also about bringing the fashion community together to support local charities. A percentage of ticket sales and sponsored donations will be given to two charities this year: Camp Rap-A-Hope — a no-cost camp for kids who have or have ever had cancer & Children With Hair Loss — a resource providing free hair replacements to children/young adults facing medically-related hair loss.

Purchase your tickets for a fun-filled night of fashion, here! Tickets are $30 before the event. If you can’t make it to the event, you can still buy a ticket to show your support. Or, feel free to donate: Camp Rap-A-Hope | Children With Hair Loss – CWHL.

If there’s one thing we know how to do in Mobile, it’s raise money for charity and have a party doing it! It’s going to be an exciting night, so don’t miss out! For more information about The Fort of Colonial Mobile, go to their website.

This post is sponsored by Mobile Fashion Week. Thank you for supporting!


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