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We stand by our mission having TFW put Tucson on the national fashion and retail landscape. We really are making our mark.

– Melanie Sutton Co-Creative Director Tucson Fashion Week

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1. David Zyla October 17 Tucson Botanical Gardens The Garden Party (Special Guest)

(Special Guest & University of Arizona Alumnus)

2. Mila Hermanovski October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (Project Runway Designer)

5. Peach Carr October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (Project Runway Designer)

3. Daniel Esquivel October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (Project Runway Designer)

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4. Nathan Colkitt October 17 Tucson Botanical Gardens The Garden Party

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6. Joey Rodolfo October 17 Tucson Botanical Gardens The Garden Party (Special Guest Designer & University of Arizona Alumnus)

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9 7. Bert Keeter October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (Project Runway Designer)

8. Korto Momolu October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (Project Runway Designer)

9. Al Tucci October 18 Fox Tucson Theatre Project Runway Showcase & Project Arizona (University of Arizona Former Faculty)

the “week” will take place over four days instead of three. In addition, TFW will feature industry pros across a myriad of industries – including authors, stylists, activists, architects and musicians. “They’re not going to see three nights of boring runways shows,” said Taylor, the author of “How to Produce a Fashion Show from A to Z” and former owner of Pour Moi boutique in Tucson. “We’re going to stick with our original plan to showcase ‘creatives’ from different channels of the industry who are influential in fashion.” Some of those creatives hail from the University of Arizona. UA alumni include Nathan Colkitt, founder and CEO of the architecture firm Colkitt and Co., who has designed more than 100 PUMA stores. Taylor said that bringing in an architect to TFW demonstrates “the iconic collaboration across industry channels” that fashion represents. continued on page 30 >>> www.BizTucson.com

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