The second annual SF Fashion Festival is returning on October 1st with an exciting night of designers, DJs, and dancing. The show will feature fashion from over 20 talented designers and brands. This exciting event will be hosted at the St. Joseph’s Arts Society in San Francisco, a former church turned opulent arts venue founded by designer Ken Fulk. Fulk will also be the designer for the event, using his signature blend of antique and contemporary styles to craft an elegant setting for the show. The festival promises to be a playful and stylish evening of fun and fashion.
SF Fashion Festival has hosted several other fashion events including the Neon Masquerade Fashion Festival, Black Friday tradeshow, and an NYE gala at Hotel Via. Attendees are encouraged to dress “Eco – Friendly”, anything from vintage to thrift stores, recycled clothing, ethically sourced, and business casual. The event embraces the eclectic style of the SF community so dress to impress but be sure to have fun with it.
A portion of the profits from the event will be donated to charity to support young artists and designers and provide resources for their craft. This closely aligns with the St. Joseph’s Arts Foundation’s goal “to offer inspiration for our visitors, support for working artists, and a platform for creative expression that encourages a positive shift in our cultural landscape,” according to their website. Fulk founded both the St. Joseph’s Arts Society as a venue and St. Joseph Arts Foundation as a non-profit that celebrates arts and culture in the Bay Area.
Featured images by @simoaulicino.