The FIRC virtual fashion show returns this week
The annual Family & Intercultural Resource Center fashion show, which is typically held at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge, is virtual again this summer. The theme this year is decades of fashion, especially 50s-2000s fashion.
People can watch the show on SCTV, TV8 Summit, Facebook.com/SummitFIRC or on the resource center website at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 24. The fundraising event is also free, rather than requiring a $ 75 ticket, but donations are encouraged.
People can also visit the fashion show website to play trivia games games over each decade.
Although the deadline for submitting music videos on the show has passed, photos are still welcome. The association is looking for throwback images that highlight various fashion trends like poodle skirts, tracksuits, parachute pants and everything in between.
Visit FIRCFashionShow.org to submit photos, donate, watch the show and for more information. Additionally, people can email Angelique Lochridge at [email protected] with questions.
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