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The importance of Fashion Week of Rochester 2015!

Fashion Week of Rochester brings awareness to The Center for Youth!

Fashion Week of Rochester launched in 2010 to engage the community in a three-day event that would spotlight local designers, boutiques, businesses and artists while shining a light on youth homelessness. In its sixth year, Fashion Week expanded to five runway shows over the course of six days (Oct. 13-18, 2015) and continued to bring awareness and financial support to The Center for Youth’s homeless programs, so no child or youth in our community is faced with an uncertain, unstable or unsafe place to live.

Fashion Week of Rochester supports local businesses!

A wide variety of local businesses take part in Fashion Week of Rochester, supporting entrepreneurs in our areas and fueling the local economy. Some of these businesses include Chic Feet, Effortlessly Healthy food truck, Panache Vintage & Finer Consignment, Peppermint and more!

Panache Vintage & Finer Consignment is proud and honored to be part of Fashion Week of Rochester! Read more about the importance of Fashion Week of Rochester here!

Fashion Exchange at The Tents on Main, 275 East Main Street, Rochester, NY. Tuesday, October 13, 2015. Visitors to The Fashion Exchange were allowed to exchange up to two new or gently used pieces of clothing, shoes or accessories, and trade them in for something new from inventory contributed by local boutiques. Photo by Brandon Vick Photography LLC, http://www.brandonvickphotography.com/
Joan Lincoln (r), owner of Panache Vintage & Finer Consignment and Toni Weasner, Toni Events, enjoy the Fashion Exchange at The Tents on Main, 275 East Main Street, Rochester, NY. Tuesday, October 13, 2015. Visitors to The Fashion Exchange were allowed to exchange up to two new or gently used pieces of clothing, shoes or accessories, and trade them in for something new from inventory contributed by local boutiques. Photo by Brandon Vick Photography LLC.
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