The 2014 Everybody Every Body Fashion Show was a smashing success!
On Friday, February 28th in the HUB Ballroom, the art gallery opened at 5:30pm and the show began at 6:30pm. The Ballrooms were packed to capacity – we had over 850 people attend the show this year!
The 2014 Everybody Every Body Fashion Show was undoubtedly the highlight of our year thus far in SHC. Thank you to everyone involved as a volunteer, a model, a retailer, a designer, an artist, a DJ, a photographer, or an audience member. Photos and videos will be posted shortly for all those who modeled and want to see the rest of the show, or for those who came late. This event brought together over a thousand people to celebrate bodies and identities, no matter who they are or what they look like, as beautiful and unique works of art. It was the largest show ever produced and drew the biggest crowd of its six year history. Special thanks are due to the incredible SHC intern team for all of their hard work, extra hours, dedication and determination. We would also like to thank our amazing advisor Sean Ferris and the HUB staff who were so supportive and flexible throughout the many months we worked on this event. There are countless individuals who deserve our gratitude and respect – for now, thank you all from the bottom of our hearts!
Applications to model in the upcoming Everybody Every Body Fashion Show are now closed, but please consider attending the show on Feb. 28th!
The show takes place February 28th, 2014 in the HUB Ballroom. We are honored and excited to be working with models of all shapes, sizes, genders, orientations, ethnicities, backgrounds, etc. This event is a celebration of all bodies and communities, and is a way for UW students to take pride in who we are and what we look like! It is a ridiculously fun event full of music, art, photography, and of course the catwalk! We are proud to include a new portion focused on sustainable fashion and conservation of wildlife in partnership with the Gabby Wild Foundation.
Here is the sign-up for volunteers at the show, including hair and makeup volunteers!
Here is the submission for for the art gallery, if you want to show a piece of artwork related to student health, bodies, identity, etc. the night of the event!
For more information and to see what the event has been like in the past, check out these photos from last year’s event!