For the third year running, Modern Ethnic Fashion Show Gala is bringing its exciting mélange of ethnically inspired haute couture from around the world, to San Francisco’s SOMArts Cultural Center. The all-day cross-cultural event blends cutting-edge global fashion with live music, wild comedy, art auction, and amazing culinary creations by local and multi-national celebrity on-site chefs.
High-ranking officials, including District 10 Supervisor Malia Cohen, as well as surprise guest celebrities and more, are expected for the event, organizers said.
WHAT: 2016 Modern Ethnic Fashion Show Gala
WHEN: July 9th 2016, 10AM Opening Ceremony, All Day Exhibition; 5-6:30PM Gala Dinner Reception; 6:30-7PM Art Auction and Standup Comedy; 7-8PM Fashion Show; 9-10PM Live Music and Entertainment; 10-2AMAfter Party Dance with DJ
WHERE: SOMArts CULTURAL CENTER, 934 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 863-1414
The underlying mission is to promote global peace and honor cultural diversity, making the city of San Francisco one of the most desirable destinations for multi-culturally conscious events, for tourists and locals alike. The goal of MODEFA is to help bring minority women artists to the forefront, and raise awareness of the key roles they play in the world, strengthening their positions economically, for a greater participation in the showbiz industry on a national and international level. We showcase fabulous clothing designs that match our modern lifestyles, but are inspired by traditional and ancient ideas and textiles.
The event will feature designs and runway models from cultures such as: Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, The Caribbean, The Middle East, Native American, the Mediterranean, Africa and more. Wearable technologies will also be displayed and auctioned off for our charitable cause.
MODEFA is an annual fundraising gala reception for the African Arts Academy, fiscally sponsored by the African American Historical and Cultural Society, based in San Francisco, California. African Arts Academy is a state of the art educational program, focusing on teaching the doctrines of specific art forms originating in the African diaspora, which includes, but is not limited to, music, arts, dance, culinary, fashion, hair, theater and more, based on the spirit of diversity, dynamic growth, sustainability, social justice, and the pursuit of intellectual entrepreneurship, while at the same time preserving one of the world’s most ancient, cultural and natural heritages. – PRNewswire