The 2nd Annual Madison Fashion Week is back! This year, the series of runway shows, workshops and shopping experiences will be from May 19-24 in various stylish places around the city.
Last year we held our first model competition and awarded 3 top models some crisp C-Notes thanks to Prep Cosmetics. This year we’ve got some great upgrades in store for the competition.
Interested in rocking the runway? Come out and meet us and learn more about how we can make you an official diva/divo.
HOW TO DRESS:
– heels for women, dress shoes for men
– slim-fitting clothes
– light make-up
– stylish look… we want to see your personality
WHAT TO BRING:
– 5 comp cards or photos with contact info and measurements clearly written on the back with a permanent pen/marker
WHAT TO EXPECT:
– to have your picture taken
– to give your best runway walk
This is a COMBINED event with our non-profit partner for Madison Fashion Week – the Go Red for Women campaign from the American Heart Association.
FROM GO RED FOR WOMEN:
“We want to hear compelling stories of choice and will select women who can help ignite action and inspire others. Join your local American Heart Association, City Goes Red Sponsor UW Health and NBC 15 News featuring anchor Carleen Wild for a chance to become a spokeswoman for the cause – representing Go Red For Women on our Web site, in our marketing materials, at events and possibly in our upcoming NBC television special. One local winner will receive a ticket package for the 2009 Madison Fashion Week.
If you can’t come to the casting call, but would still like to share your story with others, click here [link].
Go Red For Women, powered by the American Heart Association’s research, educates and connects millions of women of all ages. GoRedForWomen.org is the No. 1 online destination where women can learn how to make heart-healthy choices every day.
The Go Red For Women movement is nationally sponsored by Macy’s and Merck & Co., Inc, with additional support from the local ‘City Goes Red’ cause sponsor, UW Health and local media sponsors NBC 15 and WOLX 94.9.”