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slides: Style-Worcester Brings High Fashion to Central Mass

Friday, November 09, 2012

 

Photo: Pulse Mag and Flash House Studios.

Style Worcester will present two fashion shows at Worcester's historic Union Station tonight featuring the latest trends for the upcoming holiday season.

Over 15 vendors are expected at the event, including The Treasure Chest Company and Adore Boutique. The first show will begin at 6:30 pm and feature pieces from designer Kendra Touma, while the second show at 8 pm will feature the work of designer James Hogan.

Organizer Karon Shea hopes the event can become an annual fashion week for Worcester.

"We're so excited about this because we want to show that Worcester has style," Shea said. "People go to Boston and Providence and all these other cities, but there are so many great places right here in Central Massachusetts."

Style Worcester has already held a kick off party at Ceres Bistro inside the Beechwood Hotel, along with a cocktail party at Union Station. You can check out who attended that party in the slideshow below.

Some of the proceeds from all these events will be donated to Support Our Fine Arts (SOFA). Tickets begin at $30 for a regular one show ticket, and go all the way to $75 for a VIP two show ticket. To buy yours, click here.

 

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