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Modified Style Portland -- Fourth Annual Fundraiser Fashion Show
Staver Locomotive
Portland, OR
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Modified Style Portland -- Fourth Annual Fundraiser Fashion Show
Modified Style Portland is a fashion show fundraiser with a few lofty goals. We want to inspire people to get creative, to design, to be inspired. We also want to showcase sustainability and show support for local non-profits. By utilizing found and donated scrap fabric, in our fashion show, we aim to highlight how easy--and fun!--it is to donate to worthwhile causes. With a big Silent Auction and a DJ and a raffle, this fashion show shows it's easy to give.


Jefferson Smith to emcee this fabulous event: http://www.jeffersonsmith.com/


DJ Hot Biology!


Our 2012 all-star judges line-up:

Nicole Whitesell of Shop Adorn
Marjorie Skinner of the Portland Mercury
Lizz Basinger of Lizz Basinger Designs
Becky Ross of Becky Ross Designs and Project Runway, season 9
Lindsey Newkirk of Junk to Funk


We are raising money and awareness for:

Sisters Of The Road, a Portland non-profit dedicated to eradicating homelessness.
From their website:
Sisters Of The Road exists to build authentic relationships and alleviate the hunger of isolation in an atmosphere of nonviolence and gentle personalism that nurtures the whole individual, while seeking systemic solutions that reach the roots of homelessness and poverty to end them forever.

The Pixie Project, a non-profit of Portland, Oregon dedicated to rescuing animals.
From their website:
Amy Sacks and Karli Covington, the founders of The Pixie Project are committed to changing the image of a "rescue" or shelter animal. While some animals come to the Pixie Project seeking medical or behavioral attention not accessible in a typical shelter, many Pixie Project "kids" are professionally trained, family friendly pets whose circumstances have left them in need of a new home.  We were founded on the the belief that no one rescue or shelter can do it all.  We are here in support of the underfunded, understaffed and overcrowded facilities found in every community.

CHAP has an art factory housed in NW Portland where kids make up their own rules and other programs occur in Portland area Children's hospitals.
From their website:
Children's Healing Art Project (CHAP) offers one-on-one classes for children in isolation and group classes in playrooms, lobbies and waiting rooms. CHAP classes include drawing, painting, sculpture, computer animation, beading, mask making and jewelry. CHAP classes offer a place where nervous energy is transformed into creative energy. Our common language is based in the creative process of making art, which crosses all gender, age, and cultural, religious and ethnic boundaries. CHAP classes offer an art experience that engages and inspires -- where children can be seen for their artistic talents and not for their diseases, diagnoses or disabilities.

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Staver Locomotive (View)
2537 NW 29th Ave
Portland, OR 97210
United States


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