Chicago-MFW Wraps Spring 2017 Season & Plans for Upcoming Events
Above: Modum Magazine interviews the MFW team, designers & sponsors
Just weeks after hosting its Spring 2017 season, Midwest Fashion Week is making plans for October events and taking time out of it busy production schedule to thank the designers and sponsors who helped make the latest season a success. Events took place March 29th-April 1st and combined exclusive fashion presentations with networking, food and female empowerment. Contributors include:
- Antoinette Stone
- Ahava Zarembski
- Daryl Sneed
- Rong Zhang
- Shaly Guo
Holiday Heroes, La Mez, Nelson Westerberg, Mints Medical, ChikAfrik, NookiMooki, Hubbard Inn, The Whitehall Hotel, Chicagonista, LMG Chicago, United in America, Godfrey Hotel Chicago, Modum Magazine, CBS Chicago, Candid Candace, Tricoci University, Ford Model, Rock Agency, The Frock Shop, Or Afrique, Fashionista Flo, James Anthony Salon, Colleen Lawrence, LMG Marketing Chicago.
Midwest Fashion Week would also like to thank the season’s charitable partner, The Holiday Heroes, and invite local philanthropists, fashion lovers and young elite to The Holiday Heroes 7th Annual Fundraiser Heroes of the Night Gala. The event is set to take place on June 8, 2017 from 7-10pm at the Museum of Broadcast Communications and will feature heavy hors d’oeuvres & open bar, casino entertainment and an after-party. Tickets are available for purchase for $125 at the following link https://goo.gl/c7Jkm9.
Holiday Heroes is a non-profit association that partners with hospitals, businesses, celebrities and others to give children who are hospitalized due to a critical or chronic illness, a well-needed and deserved dose of fun through a variety of themed parties and celebrations.
Dates for the Midwest Fashion Week Fall 2017 season will be released in the coming weeks. For more information on this event or for general inquiries, please visit www.MidwestFashionWeek.c
About Midwest Fashion Week
It is the mission of Midwest Fashion Week (MFW) to bring high fashion into the many aspects of Midwestern life and industry and to help those in the region who wish to pursue a career in the fashion industry. Each year, MFW puts on a number of runway shows and community events, with one major series taking place in both the spring and fall.