On Saturday, Dec. 1, the historic Salt Lake home transforms into a holiday wonderland with a fashion show and boutique benefitting the American Cancer Society.
Do your holiday shopping early by selecting clothing and accessories from The Children's Hour, handcrafted jewelry by Brianna Chamberlain and one-of-a-kind designs from Sandra Ence, including unique and colorful silk scarves and hand-woven wool and silk shawls. For each gift purchased, 10 percent will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
Bring girlfriends, sisters and daughters. (And, yes, the boys are invited, too.) This is an event for any fashion lover. The runway show kicks off at 2 p.m., with moms and daughters strutting on the catwalk wearing Sandra Ence designs that showcase a fusion of colors. Ence has dedicated her years of experience in the fashion industry to working with the Salt Lake Community College Fashion Institute, the only center for fashion design in Utah. Original designs by alumni and students can also be seen at the event.
Models of all ages will also don the holiday casual and dressy lines from The Children's Hour. "My intent is to have a magical display to match that magical room," Children's Hour owner Diane Etherington said in a press release.
Tickets to the fashion show and boutique event Saturday are $25 and available at smithstix.com or by calling 801-467-8499. Tickets will be available at the McCune Mansion the day of for $30.