FASHION SHOW | A Curated Event that you will want to experience!
Wednesday, December 4th. Our first Cocktail Hour starts at 6pm. Great Food, Live Music, and a Memorable Runway!
Join the Friends of the Rail Park Fundraiser!
6:00 – 8:00 PM Cocktail Reception & Fashion Show $100
Hosted by WXPN’s Michaela Majoun, this exclusive reception will present a fashion show curated by Melissa D’Agostino featuring Arcadia, Commonwealth Proper, NINObrand by Bela Sheu and Bus Stop Boutique. This curated fashion event includes the video work of K.Malcolm Richards as a poetic backdrop to the Runway. Hair and Make-up courtesy of Crimson Hair Studio. The fashion show, guests will delight in an eclectic program of live entertainment featuring The Walkmen and Sun Ra Arkestra, large-scale video projections, and more. Catering by 13th Street Kitchens of Café Lift, Prohibition Taproom and Bufad. Ticket valid for the entire event, Reception + After-Party.
Personal notes from the Curator, Melissa D’Agostino:
The Fashion Show titled; An experience of Memorable Style is curated to showcase a range of expressions and subtle details. “Memorable Style” presents 5 Philadelphia-based brands; each with a distinct message voiced from varying locations in the city; the persona of each independent brand will introduce it’s presence on stage through a line-up of 5 looks
Bus Stop Shoe boutique in our historic fabric row
Arcadia Boutique based in Northern Liberties
Commonwealth Proper set in Center City
NINOBrand nestled in Rittenhouse
D’Agostino Fashion Textile Design creates in Germantown.
The message of this evening’s fashion show is a celebration of community, collaboration, and commitment. The entire show is an art piece encompassing many forms, inviting our audience to experience the local voices of Memorable Style while the video work of K.Malcolm Richards serves as a backdrop featuring footage captured from the Rail Park, the project that motivates the evening’s success.
8:00 – 11:30 PM Benefit Concert $30
Performances and first-time collaborations of both local and nationally known musicians including The Walkmen, Sun Ra Arkestra, Birdie Busch, Light Heat , Spank Rock, the Dufala Brothers, Sharon Van Etten , Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler. Cash bar, plus a round up of food trucks along Spring Garden Street.
Eileen Marolla, Philadelphia Mortgage Advisors
Leah Murphy, Friends of the Rail Park