4TH ANNUAL BLACK-TIE CHARITY FASHION SHOW POSTPONED TO 2021

4TH ANNUAL BLACK-TIE MASQUERADE CHARITY FASHION SHOW POSTPONED TO 2021

Fashion Honors Autism’s annual Black-Tie Masquerade Charity and Fashion Show celebrates FHA Mentees with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and also features local Kansas City designers and models.

Our fourth annual Autism-centered Black-Tie Charity Fashion show is postponed to 2021, when we will celebrate our Mentees and Model Mentors through fashion, all while raising awareness and funds towards the program.

What is the Cause?

Fun, fashion, and feeling good for giving back! FHA’s Black-Tie Charity Fashion Show is the finale celebration of a 3 week-long sensory and fashion inspired mentorship program. It is full of LA- glamour and is high-fashion like NY Fashion Week right in the heart of Kansas City.

What To Expect?

  • Autism Awareness and more about FHA’s initiatives
  • A runway show featuring three local designers and models
  • Red carpet entry paparazzi experience
  • Cocktail party with full cash bar
  • DJ + dancing
  • Silent and Live Auction

A night of glitz and glamour completely sponsored and ran by KC based companies, all for a noble charity cause.

In conclusion, this is a 21 and older locally-based fashion show in the heart of downtown KC. Your cost of entry is a donation to help FHA continue its mission of empowering teens and youth on the Autism Spectrum. Come out and celebrate the 2020 Mentees through fashion all while learning about why it is important for programs like Fashion Honors Autism to exist. Come have a drink, celebrate, and learn with us! Hope to see you there!

FASHION HONORS AUTISM

4TH ANNUAL BLACK-TIE MASQUERADE CHARITY FASHION SHOW

Postponed to 2021

As a 501(c)3 non-profit, Fashion Honors Autisms relies on a small army of volunteers, partners, donors, and sponsors to achieve our mission. Our Mentors & Mentees are the heart of our program. Please check out the many ways you can get involved!

Empowering the way children and teens live with Autism Spectrum Disorder and breaking ASD barriers and stereotypes. Learn more about us!