WORCESTER – Twenty Two Knox is ready to rock the runway this Friday, June 7, at their 1st Annual Fashion Show to help raise funds for Why Me & Sherry’s House — a Worcester based non-profit organization created to help Central New England families cope with childhood cancer.
The fashion show will feature the newest looks and trends for Summer, modeled by some amazing women from our community.
Twenty Two Knox is a curated, online boutique. They help clients design personalized looks, from a single outfit to a complete wardrobe, and have put together the latest styles for the show.
Guests of the event will have an opportunity to meet the owners, learn more about their services, and even shop online. Immediately following the event there will be an after party at the Tiki Bar at Lock 50, located at 50 Water Street in Worcester.
Twenty Two Knox is donating 100% of all profits from this event to Why Me & Sherry’s House.
General Admission Tickets are $25 and include one drink ticket, a special promo code, one raffle ticket for the door prize, small bites, and admission to the after party. Please note, seating is in rows 3-4 and will be on a first come first serve basis with additional standing room available.
VIP Admission Tickets are $50 and include two drink tickets, a special VIP promo code, three raffle tickets for the door prize, small bites, a Twenty Two Knox SWAG Bag, admission to the after party, and reserved seating in the first two rows. Please note, VIP tickets are limited.
The Fashion Show is scheduled for Friday, June 7 from 7 PM to 9 PM, at Stronger Personal Training, 230 Brooks Street, Worcester.
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-equiknox-fashion-show-fundraiser-tickets-60881391882
For more information on Why Me & Sherry’s House, please visit www.whyme.org
For more information on Twenty Two Knox or the fashion show, please visit www.twentytwoknox.com
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