NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WKBW-TV} — It's a chance to see a fashion show like no other. More than three dozen designers and artists will be taking part in this years wearable art fashion show to benefit Niagara Arts & Cultural Center.
This is their 3rd annual fashion show and developmental director Kelly Buckley says "this is wearable art, something that pushes the envelope." adding "this year we are featuring forty-three designers and we're showing about seventy looks."
Some of last years gowns were made with K-Cups, pull tabs and there was another made from plastic solo cups. This years fashions are being kept under wraps until Saturday evening at 6:30pm.
Tickets are still available at theNACC website along with more details.
Proceeds will go to help freshen up the hundred year old auditorium at the Niagara Arts & Cultural Center.