San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2010
After two years of silence, a week devoted to fashion in San Francisco has finally returned, representing a reincarnation of local fashion as a collective whole. San Francisco Chic Fashion Week (CFW) will feature a week of fashion focused events culminating in a two day runway show in the Galleria at the San Francisco Design Center.
With weekday events located at some of the most fashion appropriate and well-known venues in the city, San Francisco Chic Fashion Week will successfully convey the spirit of San Francisco style and the designers that represent the community’s unique flare. The creative minds and unique visions behind San Francisco’s fashion industry will produce a stunning visual blend on the runway and represent a long awaited missing piece to both indie and commercial markets at large.
The event will bring thousands of fashion enthused patrons to San Francisco’s designer base. The fashion week will highlight 24 of the Bay Area’s most talented designers of which include Invisible Hero Industries, Danielle Pettee, Tosca Soroya, Magdalena May Trever and many more. More information, including the full designer list, can be found at the CFW website.
The week, organized by Leather + Lace Events and Mario B Productions, takes place from August 1th - 8th in San Francisco. Hosted by Charleston Pierce and with the support of many well respected industry professionals including Trevor Hewitt of Mixed Elements, Damien Miller of Sapient Photography and DJ Mei Lewn, Chic Fashion Week promises to be success.
The revival of Fashion Week will help raise awareness about HIV/AIDS through its main benefactor, Until There’s A Cure Foundation (http://www.until.org). Until There’s A Cure® is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating HIV/AIDS by raising awareness and funds to combat this pandemic. Chic Fashion Week is also working with The House of Mario B, a non-profit organization which focuses on inner city high risk which introduces portfolio and confidence building skills. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to these organizations to help aid their causes.
Tickets for SF Chic Fashion Week are currently on sale at can be purchased at http://www.chicfashionweeksf.eventbee.com. Prices for tickets are expected to increase as the main event approaches. Visit http://www.chicfashionweeksf.com for more details.
For more information on the events, designers, and sponsors visit http://www.chicfashionweeksf.com.
Contact: Janice Bailon (415) 498-0088