FLAUNT your best assets at Equality Toledo's fashion fundraiser.
Be prepared for an evening of fashion and fun at the beautiful Registry Bistro ballroom. Enjoy a craft cocktail and enjoy the elegant and high-energy show with DJ3PM and special performances by local artists.
We will be featuring both local and international designers.
Tickets: $50 available online
Doors at 6:30 – Show at 7:00 P.M.
Equality Toledo (ET) is excited to host its upcoming fashion show fundraiser, entitled FLAUNT, which will showcase some of the region’s leading fashion designers, entertainers and performers, all while celebrating the influence of LGBTQ+ communities in mainstream culture.
The show will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 16, within Registry Bistro’s event space, (144 N. Superior St., Toledo, OH.)
“This is going to be an event you don’t want to miss,” says Steve Reamey, ET board member and event lead. “There will be about 50 models displaying some established and rising brands here in the Midwest.”
Toledo drag queen, Deja Dellataro, will be hosting evening festivities. Designers and boutiques participating include House of Dow, V Collection & V Couture, Detroit is the New Black, Rialoto Jeans and Ragazza.
There will also be an array of special performances from DJ 3PM, The Toledo Opera, Toledo Symphony, Toledo Ballet and Toledo School for the Arts. Special art installations for the gathering will be assembled by The Toledo Arts Commission and renowned artist, Natalie Laniese.
“Guests can also enjoy signature cocktails, appetizers from local restaurants and desserts from local favorite, Cake in a Cup,” Reamey said.
Tickets for FLAUNT are currently on sale at $50 per person. Interested attendees can purchase theirs today by visiting ET on Facebook.
“Every dollar raised at FLAUNT will help support Equality Toledo’s ongoing community work,” said Nick Komives, interim executive director.
“Your ticket purchase means more food for our local pantry, more ally trainings at companies and more gatherings that create safe spaces for our LGBTQ+ community members,” stated Komives.