Fashion For Good, formerly known as Fashion X Houston, will host several fashion shows on Nov. 14-15 at Silver Street Studios. Fashion For Good supports sustainable and ethical brands, as well as runway inclusion, giving back, and accessibility. (Photo courtesy of Fashion for Good)
Fashion For Good, formerly known as Fashion X Houston, will host several fashion shows on Nov. 14-15 at Silver Street Studios. With a heavy emphasis on emerging designers, Houston’s Fashion For Good aims to connect these designers direct to consumers and boutique buyers. Fashion For Good supports sustainable and ethical brands, as well as runway inclusion, giving back, and accessibility.
Runway events will include traditional models intermixed with models of all ages, sizes, ethnicities, genders and abilities. Featured labels and designers such as David Peck, Project Runway’s Korto Momolu and recent Project Runway contestant Lela Orr of Ferrah to name a few, are socially responsible and work to minimize their footprint on the world. Fashion for Good provides a platform for up-and-coming designers while giving back to nonprofit organizations at every event - donating a portion of proceeds from each ticket sale.
Schedule of Houston Events:
Nov. 14, 8 p.m. (doors open at 6:30): Haute Dogs & Fancy Cats: Fashion show featuring local influencers accompanied by their furry, four-legged friends who will strut on the “dog” and/or catwalk. The event will benefit Rescued Pets Movement, a Houston-based organization dedicated to providing a second chance to thousands of homeless dogs and cats through rehabilitation and transport to forever homes in the United States and Canada.
Nov. 15, 8 p.m. (doors open at 6:30): Celebrate Texas: A dozen of Texas' best emerging and established designers will showcase their creations in an unforgettable runway show. From Project Runway All-Stars to prominent Texas labels, Celebrate Texas will focus on what’s next in fashion spotlighting inclusivity, sustainability, diversity and more. The evening will honor Houston Style Setter Shannah Quinn and benefit Direct Hope – an organization with a mission to reduce homelessness in Houston, one person at a time.