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Charity Fashion Show


HISTORY

Started in 1991 under the Asian-American Student Association, Charity Fashion Show was originally an event for Stanford students celebrating ethnic diversity. In 2007, the production began a shift toward a broader ethnic and cultural focus, acquiring its current name under Director Wayne Hwang. In 2008, Charity Fashion Show elaborated upon its ethnic and cultural focus while simultaneously forging relationships with some major designer names - including Tadashi Shoji.

In 2009, Wayne Hwang partnered with Thom Scher to create what became known as the largest fashion show on the West Coast. For the first time, Charity Fashion Show was produced in a professional white tent and featured major sponsors and designers from across the industry. Charity Fashion Show set new standards for fashion presentations in the SF Bay Area and show the limitless potential of student-run productions at Stanford University.

A year later, Charity Fashion Show grew even larger, and its presence was felt up and down the West Coast. The 2010 season saw an expansion of our high school internship program, Future Faces of Fashion, and the beginning of new events produced across the Bay.

This year, we are pleased to announce that Charity Fashion Show will be taking another leap and moving our annual event to San Francisco's Fort Mason Center. Though we still maintain our strong historical ties with the Stanford community, this move to San Francisco presents unprecedented opportunities for Charity Fashion Show on a number of fronts. We could not be more excited for the 2011 production, and we hope that you will join us on 04.02.11

Click here for more information about CFS 2011.
Click here for more information about past years.


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