The Junior League of San Francisco hosted their 87th Annual Fashion Showcase—themed "Setting Sail into a New Century"—with a three-day event at Fort Mason, filled with a stellar lineup of events and activities that appealed to a broader group of fashionistas and friends than in years past. It's the longest-running event of its kind in the nation, and has raised millions of dollars in San Francisco and surrounding communities.
Daytime shoppers explored the Fashion Boutique Marketplace, which presented more than two dozen amazing Bay Area merchants over all three days, with fun giveaways for VIP ticketholders from Toss Boutique.
A luxurious party on Thursday night lured young professionals to mingle and enjoy music, delicious hors d'oeuvres, and cocktails for "White Nights on the Water." The highlight, of course, was the annual Fashion Show on Friday night, with JLSF members, supporters—and kids!—once again serving as runway models. Participating designers included Athleta, Brooks Brothers, Fashion Incubator San Francisco, Janie and Jack, Jin Wang, Kirribilla, Trina Turk, Wacoal and more.
The last day of the showcase presented family-friendly events such as Mimosas & Monograms presented by Toss Boutique—an engaging event featuring kids' fashions and activities for parents—and the absolutely darling Children’s Fashion Show presented by Janie & Jack.
The Junior League of San Francisco, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Over the last 101 years, the JLSF has provided the community with more than 6 million volunteer hours and over $24 million through direct community grants, advocacy and member training and development. For more information, please visit Junior League of San Francisco.
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