VIDA Fitness will host its second annual VIDA Fitness Fashion Show on June 19 to benefit N Street Village, the largest service provider for homeless and at risk women in Washington D.C. The event will be hosted by Drag Queen Ba’Naka Deveraux, actress, performer and five time winner of D.C.’s Best Drag Queen Award. Bonobos and Modcloth clothing will provide a spectacular selection of evening and swim wear worn by VIDA Fitness models.
The event’s goal is to raise a minimum of $10k for N Street Village, who welcomes approximately 200,000 homeless and low income women each year. VIDA Fitness employees have volunteered to model and Bang Salon will transform them from personal trainers to high-fashion runway models with their talented hair and makeup stylist. Bonobos will dress the men in stylish evening attire and trendy swimsuits, while Modcloth outfits the ladies in stunning evening wear and sexy bathing suits. Ba’Naka Deveraux will host and emcee the evening of glamor showcasing each outfit and model while engaging the audience with her cutting wit and charm.
The Fashion Show, a ticketed event, will also offer a variety of exciting raffle items. All funds raised will be donated directly to N Street Village.
After the models have tripped the light fantastic on the catwalk Ba’Naka will entertain guests with an exclusive performance that is sure to dazzle and shine.
More details below:
Date & Time: June 19, 2019 from 6-9 p.m.
Location: VIDA Fitness, 1612 U St. NW at the Penthouse Pool & Lounge
Ticket Pricing: $30 per person and includes drink coupon and light fare from Eat Well
$10 raffle tickets available onsite day of event
$300 cabana rental up to six people and includes three bottles of sparkling wine
Tickets are available online at http://www.nstreetvillage.
Clothing By: Bonobos and Modcloth, models will showcase evening wear and swim suits.
Bonobos, men’s clothing: https://bonobos.
Modcloth, women’s clothing: https://www.
In 2018 Bonobos and Modcloth donated $100k worth of clothing to Career Gear and N Street Village to support homeless and low income men and women.