The Business of Fashion Club was created for ASU students to help them connect with resources to succeed in the fashion industry. If they are looking into being a designer, a model or to planning the fashion event, students can get hands on experience with styling, marketing and operations by joining the Business of Fashion Club. They connect with local fashion professionals to learn and grow. They also plan annual fashion shows where they can reach out to companies for opportunities. There are 33 members involved in committees for the spring show.
The doors open at 6 p.m., when attendees can mingle with other guests, get henna tattoos and look around at other booths. There will be multiple booths before the show, featuring Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Phoenix Fashion Week, a henna booth and a candy bar. The show will begin around 7. The show features clothing from Ted Baker, Grow Op Boutique, Frances Vintage, Shop Olive You, Diaz and Pitaya.
Models will be working the fashion show with beautiful neutral spring tones, featuring neutral colors as pink, white and beige. They also will be adding in bold metallic colors, such as gold and silver for a soft edgy look. There will be many local fashion professionals attending the Spring Fashion Show, such as Caitlin Claire of the Dash of Darling blog, Lindsay Viker of Couture in the Suburbs blog, as well as many Phoenix Fashion Week representatives and media influencers. ASU tickets are $5, General admission is $8 and VIP seats are $25.
“Attendees of the Spring Show should expect a fun, lively atmosphere and a fashionable night,” said Madison Morrow, president of the Business of Fashion Club.