Better find something to wear -- stat. Because your weekend just got a lot more stylish.
The fashion, art, and music hybrid event, Project Ethos, returns to the W Scottsdale's WET deck on Saturday, April 5, with a new batch of designers and artists showcasing their talents under the stars.
This collaboration of creatives presented by Scion will feature live music, a pop-up gallery, and a fashion show of emerging and local designers, including Tiffe Fermaint and Mabella Chic plus a swimwear line by Get Cheeki. Capping off the evening fashion show will be a line of cocktail and red carpet-inspired attire from Project Runway alum and designer Layana Aguilar.
Participating visual artists include Aztec Smurf, Dad Socks, and a group show presented by 1Spot Gallery featuring Kathy Whitman Elkwoman, Jaque Fragua, Patrick Dean Hubbell, Damian Jim, and Melissa Melero.
In addition to the works in the gallery and on the runway, there will also be vendors selling jewelry, handbags, swimwear, and more. Project Ethos is a 21-and-over event. A dress code of cocktail attire is recommended. Men should wear jackets. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 for regular seating and $50 for front row seating. For details, visit wscottsdaletickets.com.
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