It’s Fashion Forward For Advocates

Fashionistas shop for fresh-off-the-runway styles from the Advocates’ Attic Fashion Redesign Contest and Fashion Show at the nexStage Theatre in Ketchum on Saturday, Oct. 23. The event was a benefit for the Advocates for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and was part of the October focus on Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The nexStage was packed with 200 people viewing the stylish redesigns on the catwalk with judge Cameron Silver, a vintage couture expert and owner of Decades boutiques in Los Angeles and London. Prize money was awarded to youth and adult designs. Collette Block won first place for youth design and Magaly Estrada won first place for adult design. Those who missed the evening can still shop the remaining two racks of show-stopper fashions at the Advocates’ Attic Thrift Store at 12 W. Carbonate St. in Hailey through Friday, Oct. 29.

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