Chris March is a native of San Francisco, who most recently made audiences gasp during his New York Fashion Week, Bryant Park, Fall 2008 showing of an awesome collection. Chris March was one of the designers on Season 4 of Bravo's Project Runway and then went on to show his amazing collection in New York.
On Saturday, July 19, 2008, Chris will show a limited edition, never seen before, collection at the 5th Annual Fashion On The Square, on Union Square in San Francisco.
Chris March is a freelance costume designer who currently resides in New York City. Chris has a client list that includes Cirque du Soleil, Madonna, and Thierry Mugler. Chris is originally from San Francisco, where his work on the giant trademark hats and wigs of America's longest running show, "Beach Blanket Babylon" earned him great acclaim. Chris and his creations have appeared on Entertainment Tonight, HBO, Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray, Tyra, the Today Show, E!, the New York Times and MTV.
Fashion On The Square (FOTS) is the largest outdoor runway show on the West Coast. FOTS will rock the runway, in its 5th consecutive year on Union Square in beautiful San Francisco. Union Square sits in the middle of flagship stores such as Coach, Barney's, Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Gucci, Bloomingdale's, Chanel, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus surround this high retail location. FOTS 2008 will feature the hottest designers around the world, including Zambia, Africa, to be featured on the runway. This annual event is a fundraising effort for Fashion Group Foundation, San Francisco, Scholarship Fund (www.fgi.org).
A partial list of other designers showing on the runway include Premier Designer Virgil Ortiz, Apple Bottoms by Nelly, Wal-Mart, Verona Gordon (Zambia, Africa), Ta'She, Ja'ire, M Movement, Oxford Way and more.
For limited runway seat tickets, media credentials and more information contact Y'Anad Burrell at either [email protected] or [email protected].
Official Website: http://www.fashiononthesquare.com
Added by FullCalendar on June 25, 2008
Great show this year. Improving and bigger every year. Better designers and lots more fashion styles. Impressive designs...reminded me of a New York fashion show. Lots of shoppers stopping by...great publicity and audience for new or established designers. I'm definitely going next year to see what's new.