Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection (courtesy of HRV Media)

Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection (courtesy of HRV Media)

Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection returns Oct. 8 – 9 to celebrate its 75th anniversary

The event will host stylish live and virtual events, and benefit local nonprofits.

Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection returns this year on Oct. 8 & 9, for a weekend of fashion shows, stylish events and top-tier shopping.

This year, fashion-forward guests may attend the premier events, Posh Party Trend Show and The Collective Runway Show, in-person or virtually via livestream. All 2021 events celebrate The Bellevue Collection’s 75th anniversary by showcasing seven decades of fashion.

With 100% of ticket sales benefiting two local nonprofits, Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection is a great way to stay in style while bettering the surrounding community. Tickets are now available and are expected to sell quickly due to this year’s reduced seating capacity.

To purchase tickets, visit fashionweekbellevue.com.

All ticket sales from the event will directly benefit local nonprofits Bellevue LifeSpring and Dress for Success Seattle. Bellevue LifeSpring provides support to low-income children in Bellevue with programs that provide food, clothing, educational scholarships and emergency rent assistance for families. Dress for Success Seattle is a nonprofit that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, development tools, and professional attire to thrive in work and in life.

“Each year, we strive to make Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection accessible and inspirational for our community. We’ve been able to take the best from last year’s virtual events and combine it with our traditional in-person format to create a Fashion Week like we’ve never had before,” said VP of Marketing for The Bellevue Collection Jennifer Leavitt. “In addition to raising funds for two area nonprofits, Bellevue LifeSpring and Dress for Success Seattle, this year’s Fashion Week celebrates our 75th anniversary with a special seven-decades-of-fashion theme.”

The exclusive runway shows include:

Posh Party Trend Show (Friday, Oct. 8, 7 pm) – A lavish night out of must-have runway trends and 2021’s best fall fashion. Fashionistas are invited to attend in-person for hors d’oeuvres and drinks or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Tickets are available in three tiers:

Premier: $125 and includes a seat in the front row or middle section plus a $25 Bellevue Collection gift card and swag bag.

General Admission: $100 and includes a $25 Bellevue Collection gift card and a swag bag.

Virtual: $50 and includes a fashionable Bellevue Collection cosmetic bag.

The Collective Runway Show (Saturday, Oct. 9, 7 pm) – Inspired by Fashion Week runway shows around the world, The Bellevue Collection’s premier brands will be back on the runway to show off ready-to-wear looks for fall 2021. Both virtual and in-person ticketing options are available, with in-person tickets at the following tiers:

Premier: $175 and includes a seat in the front row or middle section plus a $50 Bellevue Collection gift card and custom bag with swag.

General Admission: $125 and includes a $25 Bellevue Collection gift card and custom bag with swag.

Virtual: $50 and includes a fashionable Bellevue Collection cosmetic bag.


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