Dogs N' Denim Fashion Show

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Dogs N' Denim Fashion Show

Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences
October 30, 2018

Project DOGway is approaching!

The Intro to Fashion Retailing course (FCSC 215) is directing a dog fashion show in collaboration with the Humane Society of Southern Arizona!

In efforts to raise money for this charitable organization, these students will be handcrafting/designing capes through sustainable practices in order to further their knowledge in the design process. These creations will be modeled by the dogs of the Humane Society and then the capes will be auctioned off at a low price to those who would like to purchase them. This event will be a memorable occasion to support this nonprofit organization on Giving Tuesday, November 27, at 5 p.m. on the UA Mall.

Don't miss your chance on getting to know some pups! Come early to the fashion show and join us in meeting the dogs of the Humane Society at 5 p.m. Pawshakes and hugs allowed!

Want some more fun? Stick around for the doggie fashion show starting at 6 p.m.

This is a free event for all who wish to join and those who want to secure their spot can do so by purchasing a VIP ticket at a price of $10 at https://dogsndenim.eventbrite.com. VIP tickets include a seat with a perfect view of the runway and swag bags full of goodies that you – and your dog – will love!

All the proceeds of this event will go to support the Humane Society to make a better place for pets and people who love them. Please join us at this doggie fashion show for an eventful evening full of joy and giving!

Any questions? Contact us at dogsndenim@gmail.com.

For more details on the event, follow us on our social media pages!

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