February 22, 2010

"Fashion Fights Poverty" & the Wilson HS Clothing and Textile Program - A Seamless Match Made in Design Heaven!

Don't miss this fashion and design event! Fashion Fights Poverty has partnered with Woodrow Wilson High School to fund its Clothing and Textile Program (CTP), a program that began in the 1930s as part of the Home Economic and Arts curriculum. The program has evolved over the years and typically includes up to 225 students, 75% of the school’s total enrollment. Providing $5,000 worth of school supplies, materials (including fabric, notions, scissors, among other materials), and curriculum support (including dress forms and other props); FFP is committed to the education and development of Washington, D.C.’s future design leaders and fashion experts.

Thursday, February 25, 7 to 10 PM

L2 Lounge, 3315 Cady's Alley NW (between 33 & 34 off M)

Washington, DC

Suggested donation $5

Come on out and represent DC Threads at this event!