Kirkland chamber hosts second Beat the Heat Fashion Show

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce set the fashion show for July 12 at the Woodmark Hotel.

  • Friday, June 22, 2018 12:30pm
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The Beat the Heat Fashion Show poster. Courtesy of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

The Beat the Heat Fashion Show poster. Courtesy of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce will host the second annual Beat the Heat fashion show in the Olympic Terrace Tent at the Woodmark Hotel.

Fellow Chamber members will be strutting the runway in fashions styled by Via Lago, Purpose, Essentials on Park Lane, Seattle Thread ,Serendipity and a special showing of vintage clothing from Goodwill; all with Summer hairstyles by Mermaid Hair Extensions.

There will be swag bags for every guest, and special raffle drawings for prizes from spa to clothing to Summer activities. Fena flowers will be setting the tables, and attendees might get to take home one of the arrangements. Interested locals should sign up now, as space will be limited, according to the chamber.

Locals can register at the chamber’s website.

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