PUSH PRODUCTIONS TO SPONSOR FASHION REVIVAL “PROJECT RUNWAY” BY JCC
Asheville-native Fashion Publicist Sonia Hendrix of PUSH Productions announced this week a $500 donation
to the Jewish Community Center’s second annual Fashion Revival: Project Runway.
Hendrix explained her reason for the sponsorship by saying, “This donation is about giving to an organization
that has been a long-time fixture in our city, giving freely to those who need it, while also creating fun events
that support the local fashion industry. The spirit of my agency is to build platforms for local designers and
models to cultivate their skill sets and to help those artists gain exposure on a national level. I love what the JCC has done here by combining its mission to cultivate both community and fashion. We’re proud to be a sponsor!”
The JCC’s “Project Runway” event is slated for Sunday, June 24, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the Fine Arts Theatre in downtown Asheville. The event is known for its grassroots spin on engaging audiences during fashion shows for new designers. This year’s schedule features five categories ranging from the “I Sewed It Myself” amateur category, to “Only In Asheville Couture” and “Upcycled One of a Kind Day/Evening Wear.”
For more information on the JCC’s “Fashion Revival: Project Runway” fashion show, please visit: www.jccasheville.org. Designers can enter the fashion show by contacting producer, Carol McCollum: email@example.com. Tickets to the event are $18 and include one fashion show contest entry and light theatre brunch. One-hundred percent of the profits benefit the JCC.