Mission Wear’s Annual Fashion Show and Silent Auction Benefit

Mission Wear’s Annual Fashion Show and Silent Auction Benefit Partnering with the Miracles Program at Mile High Behavioral Health PatchWORK.

An energetic crowd packed the house in RiNo on Thursday evening for The Patchwork Fashion Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser benefiting Mission Wear/Miracles Program. The collaborative effort featured collections from designers and boutiques who pulled together to celebrate 10 years of helping to restore women through employment.

On the runway was recycled, re-purposed and artistic wearable art patched together from materials such as avocado nets, Rockstar cans, and satin pillowcases.  Attendees had the opportunity to shop apparel, accessories and jewelry as they learned more about this very important cause.
Monetary donations rallied up during the show will go towards operational costs, sewing machines, job training, and sewing supplies to keep Mission Wear/Miracles Program alive.  What a beautiful way to assist women patch their lives back together one stitch at a time!
Jessica Montour
Owner Fashion Forward
Instagram @fashfwd
Featured designers:
Birds and Belles boutiques
Tanya Notkoff
Sumeria Sierra
Mission Wear
Contest winners:
Irma Reyes with MileHighWorkshop
Anthony Heimann student at Art Institute Denver
Contest designers:
Amanda Jensen
Amber Rogne
Anthony Heimann
Breanne Goldman (with IXOYA)
Irma Reyes (with MileHighWorkshop)
Karina Oktaviani
Lauren Laskiwski (with Alien Juice Clothing)
Leslie Kinson (with Blackberry Maverick)
Mary Coats
Natacha Peyton
Sierra Wonderlynd (with Sumeria Sierra)
Tanya Notkoff
Tayloe Jeffers