On October 15, Hangar 30 sparkled as Glitter Gala guests tossed bling, enjoyed a gourmet meal and raised money for Goodwill’s High School completion programs.
Guests also delighted in a fashion show inspired by the event’s theme, Take Root & Bloom, and chose the Audience Favorite for the Goodwill Design Challenge.
Guests, sponsors, and donors contributed more than $450,000 to support Goodwill’s free high school completion programs.
Goodwill served over 9,700 students at 10 Job Training and Education Centers last year.
Check out our galleries to see photos of the event and fashion show:
On the Runway
The Take Root and Bloom Glitter Gala Fashion Show collections were expertly curated by stylists who are apparel design or fashion marketing students at local colleges. Inspiration was taken from nature’s reflection of each individual’s ability to grow and blossom. All design items were provided by Goodwill stores and exemplified reusing and repurposing materials.
Faith Russell, Choreography
Mara Palmer, Hair & Makeup Coordinator
Margo Jones, Stylist Mentor
Mark Sanchez, Stylist Mentor
Natalie Shults, Stylist Mentor
Hair and makeup provided by Jérôme Charles Salon
Goodwill Design Challenge
Finalists from the Goodwill Design Challenge held on September 23 at the Seattle Goodwill Outlet were invited to showcase their creations on the runway at the Glitter Gala, where guests selected the look that received the Audience Favorite award.