Fashion met philanthropy this weekend at a fashion show for charity.
The hottest fall fashions from bold colors to fur trim made their way down the runway at the 630 Fashion Show.
Calamos Investments and Two K Productions hosted the event, which gives local businesses a chance to shine and benefits 360 Youth Services which provides kids with education, counseling, and shelter to better their lives at the city, state and national level.
“Our mission is to support local businesses, their rent is high, they don’t have a high marketing budget. We don’t charge to be in our show it gives them exposure and of course the charitable aspect of it” said Kristen Frederick, a founder of Two K Productions.
This was the fifth year for the event, which featured fashion from women designers including the debut of “Sadie” a clothing line designed by Naperville resident, Maddie Peterson.
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