Historical Fashion Show to Support the Restoration of the Governor Warner Mansion

Historical Fashion Show to Support the Restoration of the Governor Warner Mansion

Are you ready for a fashion show that isn’t quite like the rest? On Sunday, July 11, 2021, at 7 pm a fundraising historical fashion show will take place at the Governor Warner Mansion located at 33805 Grand River Ave., in Farmington, Michigan.

Models of all ages will walk the runway in historical garments showing off looks from the 1770s through the beginning of the 20th century. Guests are welcome to attend to help raise funds to support the restoration of the Governor Warner Mansion.

Food, drinks, raffles, networking, and a fun fashion show of over 25 looks will make the evening a memorable one. Admission is $18 via cash sales at the door or via Eventbrite. To purchase your admission click HERE.

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