Fashion Week To Benefit The Goshen Theater

September 18 – 24, 2017

The week of Sept. 18 – 24 is “Fashion Week,” with in store promotions, stylish events and must-have designs. We’ve got glam & style for you!

Fashion Week Events
Monday – Friday, Sept. 18 – 22

Fashion retail specials and promotions

Around Elkhart County

Stay tuned for details.

Thursday, Sept. 21, 7 p.m.

Men’s Fashion Cocktail Party “Man of the Cloth” – Kevin Koch, Master Tailor, Designer

211 E. Washington Street, Goshen, IN

Kevin Koch has transformed the 140 year-old former 1st Baptist Church into a stunning showroom and work space. His studio is literally a “Sanctuary” – replete in high ceilings, gorgeous woodwork and magnificent stained glass windows. Meet his team and preview exquisite custom formal & casual wear for men. Martini bar, hors d’oeurves and piano music.

$50 per person

Saturday, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m.

Eugene Alexander Couture Runway Show

The Goshen Theater, 216 S. Main Street, Goshen, IN

Local style merchants strut their stuff in a showcase of formalwear and cocktail attire. Award-winning fashion designer Eugene Stutzman hosts a show of his iconic dress collection that has been worn by Elizabeth Taylor, Whitney Houston and Sarah Jessica Parker. Black Tie optional – strut YOUR stuff as you hear “Who are you Wearing” from the red carpet entrance.

Saturday, Sept. 23, 9 – 10:30 p.m.

“Get on the List” VIP Party

Ignition Music Garage, 120 E. Washington Street, Goshen, IN

Hipster mecca, just around the corner from the Goshen Theater. Meet designer Eugene Stutzman, enjoy complimentary hors d’oeurves. See and be seen in your best attire. Attendance only in conjunction with a $75 level or more ticket level.

Sunday, Sept. 24, 2 p.m.

Opening – Eugene Alexander: The Fashion of Eugene Stutzman

Abner Hershberger Gallery, Goshen College, 1700 S. Main Street, Goshen, IN

The gowns of Eugene Stutzman and Alexander Wallace (Eugene Alexander) come to life on black, white, and silver mannequins. The art of fashion is brilliantly displayed and each tells “a bright lights and big city” story. Meet ’73 Goshen College alum Eugene Stutzman and hear about the inspirations for his designs.

Free and open to the Public