BELLEVUE, Wash., Sept. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the Greater Seattle Area's most anticipated annual events, Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection, will proceed this year with a reimagined experience, proving social distancing doesn't have to compromise style. This year, fashionistas can now expect both virtual and in-person options, including fashion shows, an Independent Designer Showcase, complimentary style consultations, livestreamed content and much more. The Bellevue Collection's Fashion Forward programming demonstrates consumers can still discover trends and add new pieces to their wardrobes during this new normal. For more information, head to bellevuecollection.com/fashionforward.
"Since fall 2006, Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection has always been a celebration of creativity, diversity and individual style, and on top of that, it was a way for us to raise funds for deserving area non-profits. We all know this year looks a little different and we weren't going to let that stop us from continuing to provide fashion inspiration and entertainment and the ability to fundraise," said The Bellevue Collection VP of Marketing Jennifer Leavitt. "Our Fashion Forward programming is a new take on a tradition, and we hope those who typically visit us for Fashion Week join us virtually from the comfort of their homes or visit us to get a first-hand look at trends and independent designers, all for a good cause."
The Fashion Forward Runway Shows will bring the fashion week experience online, and display new trends available to purchase at The Bellevue Collection, with 100 percent of ticket sales benefiting long-time partner, Bellevue LifeSpring. Tickets are available now at fashionweekbellevue.com.
Beyond the shows, The Bellevue Collection will also host a mix of virtual and in-person happenings, free and open to the public, including:
Fashion Week is also supporting 425 magazine's Women to Watch virtual event on Thursday, Sept. 17. Six amazing women will showcase fall trends during the livestream, and The Bellevue Collection will donate $5 per ticket to Washington Women In Need. Tickets are available for purchase at 425magazine.com
*Swag is available for the first 300 tickets purchased. Quantities limited. No cash value. Other restrictions may apply. Gift card and swag must be picked up at Bellevue Square Guest Services between Sept. 18 ? 27 during shopping center hours. Must present electronic Eventbrite ticket or exchange printed Eventbrite ticket to be eligible for the $25 gift card.
About The Bellevue Collection
Located in the heart of Bellevue, Wash., The Bellevue Collection comprises three developments owned by family-operated Kemper Development Company and affiliates. The first is Bellevue Square, a super-regional upscale shopping center, which is joined by Bellevue Place, a mixed-use property featuring Hyatt Regency Bellevue and small boutiques. The third development is the recently-expanded Lincoln Square, anchored by Cinemark & Cinemark Reserve Lincoln Square, The Westin Bellevue, W Bellevue, restaurants and home furnishing stores, along with premier office space and luxury high-rise residences. Combined, The Bellevue Collection features more than 200 shops, 50 restaurants and entertainment venues, 1,100 luxury hotel rooms and 12,000 free retail parking spaces all in one place?making it the region's largest shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment destination. For more information, visit bellevuecollection.com or follow on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
SOURCE The Bellevue Collection