Italian designers showcase looks ranging from casual street wear to avante-garde gowns; live music and celebrity appearances
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$15 for one ticket to the Philadelphia Fashion Show From Italy, sponsored by Uomo Moderno magazine (up to $25 value)
When: Friday, September 19, at 7 p.m.
Where: Morris House Hotel
Seating: general admission
Door time: 7 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees.
Philadelphia Fashion Show from Italy
Nico Didonna: this premier made-to-order designer showcases men’s and women’s lines rooted in classicism, but with a modern touch
Rumjangle: casual street wear in the form of denim vests, sweatshirts, and floral sundresses from the Italian fashion house
Malph: avante-garde looks for both women and men
Lvchino: this designer fell in love with suit jackets at the age of 13, then grew up to create sleek yet unfussy blazers for his eponymous line
Francesca Marotta: dramatic gowns, deep-red jumpsuits, and bold outwear from the award-winning Sicilian designer who’s created looks for glam rockers the Scissor Sisters
Brandon Boykin and Mychal Kendricks: they’re not designers, but the respective cornerback and linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles will repeatedly tackle each other on the runway in blazers, suits, and casual wear
Luke Palladino: the prolific chef whips up antipasto and other gourmet morsels for attendees