We partnered with the non-profit organization Remake and local style therapist JeLisa "JL" Marshall for a winter clothing swap. Guests brought their gently used cold-weather clothing, shoes and accessories and exchanged items while learning about sustainable fashion.
In the photo series below, we hope you get a taste of the Goodwill fashions that will glide down the runway at the Glitter Gala & Fashion Show on November 2nd. The images were taken behind-the-scenes, in the corridors of the Seattle Goodwill store.
The community will come together on November 2nd to celebrate the resilient women of Seattle Goodwill and raise funds for free Job Training and Educations Programs at this year’s Glitter Gala. This year’s fashion show will feature garments from Goodwill stores and four local designers’ construction of an upcycled look with materials found at the Seattle Outlet store. We talked to two of the designers to learn more.
This year’s fashion show will feature garments from Goodwill stores and four local designers putting together an upcycled look with materials found at the Seattle Outlet Store. We talked to two of the designers to learn more.
Stylist Whitney Hahn of Style Skimm loves shopping at Goodwill and works with a lot of her clients to create outfits from thrift store finds. She recently answered some questions and offered tips for shopping at Goodwill.
Glitter Gala, Halloween and Glitter Sale are three of the biggest events of the year at Seattle Goodwill and they all take place within about three weeks! Learn more about these Fall events at Seattle Goodwill.
We asked top stylist Darcy Camden about Styled Seattle, cleaning out your closet and budget-friendly fashion advice.
Natalie is one of three interns who have been tasked with designing the looks that will grace the 2017 Glitter Gala Fashion Show runway Saturday, November 4 at Hangar 30 in Magnusson Park.
The 10th annual Glitter Gala will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in the Hangar 30 event space in Magnuson Park in Seattle. We anticipate a sell-out crowd of 650 community and business leaders.