Tribute Fashion Fest: Two Days of Reveling in Fashion’s Past, Present and Future

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The annual Tribute Fashion Fest is more than a fashion show. It’s an all-out, two-day production that celebrates the past, present and future of the industry, spearheaded by Jeff and Mary Clarke of Mother Model Management in St. Louis. In 25 years of scouting, the Clarkes have discovered famed figures in modeling and entertainment like Ashton Kutcher, Karlie Kloss and Grace Hartzel—with a total of 130 models placed worldwide.

For Day 1 of this year’s fest on Nov. 22, models Alanna Arrington, Molly Constable, Betsy Volk, Abbey Reis, Minnie Warren take to the runway for a celebration of pageantry, music and, of course, fashion. The Clarkes have enlisted a team of talented stylists, designers, production designers and other industry insiders to transform the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Grand Center for this show. Doors open to the public at 7 p.m. VIPs can join a private cocktail hour at 6:30 p.m. and an afterparty at The Last Hotel following the show.

Tribute Fashion Fest: Two Days of Reveling in Fashion's Past, Present and Future

Image courtesy of Chloë Schneider.

On Day 2, Nov. 23, join models, industry insiders, and health, fashion and beauty experts at The Last Hotel Downtown for panel discussions, pop-ups and a meet and greet with Mother models. It’s all part of Tribute’s mission to help individuals discover their own wonderful uniqueness, value and beauty, no matter their age, size or background.

Tickets for Day 1 and Day 2 of the eighth annual Tribute Fashion Fest are available online. Sponsors include Caleres, iHeart Radio and The Last Hotel.

Featured image courtesy of Richard Nichols.

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Tribute Fashion Fest: Two Days of Reveling in Fashion's Past, Present and Future

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