Tonight was the first annual designer bra show Save "The Girls". The event was held at Spitfire which is typically a trendy sportsbar in Belltown but was transformed to include a pink runway for designer bras which attracted many local fashionistas.
Along with a runway show of uniquely decorated bras, clothing by Opal and handbags by Clutch, they also had a silent auction and raffle which included some great items. Some lucky person even won a flat screen TV!
The bras were decorated by local students from AIS, Movin' 92.5 listeners, local designers, shop owners and many others. The show even highlighted 3 breast cancer survivors (way to go ladies!!)! A Race for the Cure represenative was there to recruit runners and walkers and if you've never done that race I would suggest this be the year for you. It's a great race for an even greater cause. Plus, I was told this will be the last year they will go over the Viaduct - it has great views of the Sound!
I am a big fan of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation which dates back to my college sorority days - they do a lot of amazing things and raise a lot of money for breast cancer research. Audrey Clark & Carli Smith put on an amazing event and I applaud them for it!
Check out my pictures from the evening!