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“Threads of Promise” is the theme for the Aug. 5 Urban Nights Denver fashion show fundraiser for Urban Peak and two other charities. The event will celebrate its fifth year at Mile High Station under the Colfax viaduct at 2027 W. Lower Colfax Ave.
Amy Meyer Smith, marketing director of Infiniti of Denver, will be honored as the event’s Urban Legend.
Fashions from New York design firm Nicholas K will be presented by Garbarini in Cherry Creek North and there will also be looks from Suit Supply and student designers from the Art Institute of Colorado. Following the show, entertainment will feature ‘90s rap and fashion icons Salt-N-Pepa.
In addition to Urban Peak, charity partners for the event are The Danny Dietz Foundation and La Academia at The Denver Inner City Parish. All provide services to at-risk youth.
The Joseph Family Foundation funds a substantial portion of the Urban Nights budget, allowing money raised from the event to be donated to the beneficiaries.
Tickets start at $100 for young professionals and VIP single tickets are $250 per person. Tables are $1,500 for young professionals, while patron and sponsor tables are $2,500 to $10,000. Ticket information and more details are at urbannightsdenver.org