I have two really exciting things to share with you.
Tickets for Boundless 2018, Nashville's only truly inclusive fashion runway show, are officially on sale! This year's show will take place on September 8th at Studio 615. As was true of its last two iterations Boundless 2018 will feature adult models of all ages, shapes, sizes and physical abilities wearing collections by Nashville’s best and brightest fashion designers on Saturday, September 8th at 7:00 PM in Studio 615.
Boundless will feature traditional and non-sample-sized models in five runway segments, wearing looks from Nashville designers. Featured designers include local favorite A Lady of the Lake, as well as Nashville Fashion Week alumnae Eric Adler, Black by Maria Silver and Any Old Iron. Our models range in age from 18 to 60+, from sizes 00 to 20, and those with physical disabilities will be on the same runway as their able-bodied and professional model colleagues.
Guests will enjoy light bites from Bahn Mi & Roll Factory, beer from Nashville Brewing Company and cocktails from D&D Events. Immediately after the runway segments Studio 615 will be transformed to host our first ever Boundless After-Party. Pop-up shopping will be available throughout the evening. Free valet parking is provided courtesy of The Parking Guys. This event is fully wheelchair accessible.
VIP ticket-holders will receive priority seating for the runway show, a gift bag featuring items from some of our sponsors, and are invited into Studio 615 30 minutes early to eat, drink and shop the pop-up.
And, if you buy your tickets by August 3rd you'll get $5 off your ticket by using the following codes; FASHIONV for VIP tickets, FASHIONP for Premium tickets and FASHIONG for General Admission.
This event is the culmination of everything I work for as Executive Director of Fashion is for Every Body. C'mon out and celebrate the Transformative Power of Fashion with me. I promise you'll have a great time!
I also had the privilege of being interviewed by Kristen Chapman Gibbons on abrasive Media's blog about what inspired my interest in fashion, where it's taken me and why I want everyone to experience the gift it has given me. It's a far cry from the curated li(f)e that bloggers are encouraged to represent.