On July 21st, the Flamboyan Conference center in Casa de Campo will host this year’s San Francisco Fashion Week under the theme of “Golden Years”. The Fashion Show will be divided into two sections one with a children’s show starting at 3:30 pm and the second for adults starting at 6:00 pm both with a portion of proceeds being donated to the Niños de Cristo Orphanage in La Romana.
This event is organized by San Francisco Fashion Week, a platform for artists in various industries – and Mr. Muhammad Asim Khan, CEO of Fame Pakistan, and who is also the official fashion designer scout for Cannes Film Festival. They have come together to present their first international fashion show in the Dominican Republic, to show the assistants the works of many talented designers. “Golden Years” Dreams Fashion Show is inspired by Audrey Hepburn. Graceful, elegant, and unafraid to explore avant-garde silhouettes while retaining her signature elfin beauty, the late, great, Belgian-born star left an inimitable legacy that continues to inspire today. Needless to say, many of Hepburn’s seminal sartorial moments were immortalized on screen in Hollywood hits such as Funny Face and My Fair Lady.
Don’t miss the opportunity to go and see how this group of artists have been inspired by this fashion icon and at the same time support the Niños de Cristo Orphanage. The tickets can be purchased through Villa Owners Club in Casa de Campo or uepatickets.com If you would like to learn more about the event you can click here.
What: “Golden Years” Dreams Fashion Show
When: Saturday, July 21st – Children’s show: 3:30 pm – Adults 6:oo pm
ABOUT NIÑOS DE CRISTO ORPHANAGE
Orfanato Niños de Cristo is an orphanage located in the Dominican Republic that was founded in 1993. It houses more than 160 children who have been abandoned and/or victims of abuse, both from the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Orfanato Niños de Cristo is dedicated to improving the lives of the children, focusing on education, health and housing, as most of the children spend their entire childhood and young life in the orphanage. The orphanage has two housing facilities, a privately-run school and recreational areas.