The Secret Sherry Society in partnership with Fashion Fights Poverty held their secret fashion show this past Thursday. The secret location which was disclosed after an RSVP was at the Altman Building in NYC. In collaboration with Stella Bonds designs, the fashion show consisted of 7 looks inspired by 7 styles of sherry. Silent auction cards were given in Secret Sherry Society gift bags and you could silently bid on one of the looks named after a type of fine sherry.
Upon arrival black mask were handed out to add to the theme and to welcome guest to be take part in their “Members Only” Secret Sherry Society for one evening.
The fashion show itself was more of an art performance that told a story through the inspired by wine designs. Beautiful Creations!
Immediately following an inspiring fashion show made possible for a good cause, 7 different type of sherry, tasty sherry cocktails and savory tapas were served.
Fashion Fights Poverty (FFP) is one the largest non-profit ethical and eco fashion organizations in the United States.
Honoring national and international designers who employ ethical practices in their design and manufacturing processes to create and sustain economic opportunity, FFP provides a forum for dialogue and awareness-building about how fashion, textiles, and design can alleviate poverty and empower communities. For more information, please visit fashionfightspoverty.org
*Images by our friend Yale Goodman
Fashion Fights Poverty 2009 PSA