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Hispanic Women's Corporation Hosts Charity Fashion Show

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'Tis the season for fashion shows -- sandwiched between Phoenix Fashion Week and the upcoming Scottsdale Fashion Week, the Hispanic Women's Corporation (HWC) is celebrating its 25th anniversary with music, drinks, and a wide-ranging display of established and emerging designers.

Proceeds from "Celebrating 25 years of Education, Tradition, Elegance & Power" at the Phoenix Convention Center on Oct. 21 will go toward funding future HWC programs, which aim to "empower Latina women and youth by serving as an effective voice for their communities."

More event details and ticket information after the jump ...

Designers on the runway will include BEBE, Moody Blues and Ruby Boutique as well as emerging local designers Hard Candy and Stop Staring.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and fashion shows start at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased through the HWC website.

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