SPOTTED: Stitched, Saturday, Sept. 28
ALBANY – More than a 1,000 spectators came out dressed to the nines for Ronald McDonald House Charities and for Stitched Fashion at the Times Union Center on Saturday, Sept. 28.
Fashion and music took center stage on what is believed to be the largest fashion expo in Albany’s history. Held at the largest indoor venue within the Capital District, it showcased the work more than a dozen designers and involved more than 300 models and supporters. The evening also showcased music from Madison VanDenburg and Jocelyn and Chris Arndt.
Before the night started, it was reported that all of the evening’s VIP tickets, which were sold at $150 each, had sold out. Altogether, more than 1,000 tickets were sold, with proceeds going towards the Ronald McDonald House.
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Photos taken by Michael Hallisey and Diego Cagara.
Michael Hallisey is managing editor of Spotlight Newspapers.
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