A model walks the runway at last year’s
“Refashion for Life.”
for Life,” the fashion show combining the newest in
clothing with fashionable products for the home, will
feature an assortment of early- and late-fall fashions,
plus a variety of home improvement and remodeling
10th annual charity event, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Wednesday at Callen Construction’s Muskego Showroom
and company grounds, S63-W13131 Janesville Road,
benefits CommonGround Ministry/Elena’s House. The
fashion show, featuring clothing from Feather &
Fringe Boutique, Harleys - The Store for Men, m. e. Lou
- A Boutique for Women, Ryloo Boutique, SHOP, Stan’s
Fit for Your Feet, and Urban Laundry, with hair and
makeup by Glo-10 Salon & Spa, will depict:
Breaking glass ceilings: With a focus on everyday active
clothing, the theme will feature utility and military
details, reworked wardrobe basics, denims, and khaki,
with the men’s wear to highlight prints and stripes.
Uptown Girl: Containing decorated basics that have been
updated, the apparel will include statement pieces that
evoke an emotional reaction, with appliques, stripes and
plaids mixed with prints, and metallic.
It's All in the Details: Highlighting easy layers and
soft shapes, the clothing will include translucent and
sheer fabrics mixed with heavier velvets and denims,
with an emphasis on sleeve interest.
Fantasia: From dark and moody to shiny and metallic, the
attire will encompass silk and velvet, cheetah prints,
and cowboy inspired looks, including leather vests,
prairie dresses, and fringed skirts.
Nasett, creator of Fashion Farmboy, will emcee the
fashion show. In addition to the latest in early- and
late-fall fashions, countertops, tile, cabinetry,
windows, plumbing and light fixtures, flooring, and
hardware will also make their way down the runway.
for Life, with a theme of “Refashion for Life ... 10
Years of Fashion and Compassion,” will also include a
50/50 cash raffle as well as silent and voice auctions.
Saz’s Catering will provide small plate appetizers and
desserts, with music by the Mr. Lucky Light Syndicate.
are $40 and are on sale at refashionforlife.
Parking and free shuttle service is at Saint Paul’s
Lutheran Church, S66-W14325 Janesville Road.
its inception in 2008, Refashion for Life has generated
proceeds of more than $200,000.
proceeds support the programs offered by CommonGround
Ministry/Elena’s House in Wauwatosa.