Rose Fashion Show Highlights Local Creators & Innovators

The inaugural Rose Fashion Show was held Saturday afternoon at the WCR Center for the Arts highlighting local creators, innovators, and entrepreneurs. Held as a fundraiser for Annarose Ingarra-Milch for Mayor, the event was part pop up show and fashion show.

“I believe that each of us has a responsibility to make the world a better place. My goal as Mayor, is to do just that, to grow the goodness. You are seeing some of that today.” said Ingarra-Milch at the opening of the fashion show.

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A few of the vendors included A Touch of Grace, Bella Bella, Frock, Im So Reading, Make Love Your Religion, Pagoda Apparel, Queen City Diner, and The Plug.

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