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FGI SEATTLE ANNOUNCES MOVIN 92.5 EMCEES CONFIRMED; TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR PROJECT RED DRESS
February 13, 2009 marks the second annual Project Red Dress event in Seattle, WA, and is sure to evoke passion and compassion from all involved. In conjunction with the American Heart Association's annual Go Red! Awareness initiative, Project Red Dress aims to support and honor the organization through this unique event.
The signature event for FGI Seattle offers local up-and-coming fashion design students a chance to show the world what they're made of. The event culminates with a gala fashion show at The Fairmount Olympic Hotel. In addition to the evening's celebrity guest judge, Nick Verreos of Project Runway fame, the fabulous and fun Brooke and Monti, co-hosts of MOViN 92.5's morning talk show program The Ladies Room will be this year's emcees of Project Red Dress.
Faculty from the Art Institute of Seattle, International Academy of Design and Technology, New York Fashion Academy, Seattle Central Community College, and Seattle Pacific University each selected two students from their fashion design programs to participate in this years contest.
Tickets for last year's sold-out event are now currently on sale at www.projectreddress.com through Brown Paper Tickets. 100 VIP tickets are available for $75 and include prime seating and a posh swag bag. General Admission tickets are available for $50 and a limited number of student tickets (must show ID at event) are available for $25. Tickets may be available at the door if not sold out.
Sponsors of Project Red Dress include Seattle Metropolitan magazine, Macy's, Half Past Lavish Event Production, Seattle Model Guild, Renton Sewing Machine Service Co., IADT Seattle, and Pacific Fabrics and Crafts. FGI Seattle is currently accepting sponsors for Project Red Dress. For a sponsor kit or additional details please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event details, including ticket information and celebrity participants are located at www.projectreddress.com