Kansas City Fashion Week Announces 28 Event Space as Spring 2013 Event Venue

Kansas City Fashion Week, LLC has officially announced 28 Event Space as the host of Kansas City Fashion Week Spring 2013. Kansas City Fashion Week, held February 27th through March 3rd, is the third consecutive five-day showcase highlighting talented local and national designers.

KCFW is enthusiastic about the newly formed collaboration with 28 Event Space. The 7500 square foot event space is located off Southwest Boulevard, set in an old, refinished and remodeled warehouse. The space is known for its vintage vibe with a modern feel. "28 Event Space is proud to be hosting this year’s Spring Showcase for Kansas City Fashion Week. We’re excited to take part in this effort to honor Kansas City’s past, push our local designers forward, and recreate the city’s image as a fashion Mecca,” stated 28 Event Space representative Maura Langer.

KCFW Executive Director, Teisha Barber, believes the urban venue is the perfect location for the upcoming Spring showcase. “Kansas City Fashion Week strives to create consistent professional showcases with an exclusive feel each season. We strongly believe 28 Event Space is the right venue for us to create a unique, artistic vibe for the spring showcase,” stated Barber.

More information on 28 Event Space please visit www.28event.com. For more information on Kansas City Fashion Week, LLC please visit www.kcfashionweek.com.

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