"Fashion can't involve purpose and altruism," said no one ever.
So, when Nganoh had an opportunity to join of one of Denver's most meaningful fashion shows, it was a "yes" from me. And it's all to help those in need of kidney transplants!
For the sixth year in a row, acclaimed fashion designer Salwa Owens presents the game-changing annual event that is Fierce in the City, which spotlights a new charity every year. This Saturday, January 4th, your favorite Colorado style brands will come together at Infinity Park Event Center, complete with unforgettable musical performances, immeasurable creativity, and electrifying empowerment - all benefitting Go Save A Life.
Founded by selfless kidney donor-turned-advocate, Kristian Reynolds, this powerful non-profit organization strives to connect kidney donors with those in desperate need of this vital organ.
"Fierce in the City was created to unite fashion, music, dance, purpose, and giving back under one platform," explains Owens on the FITC website. Bridging the gap between the world of aesthetic beauty and pop culture, with that of authentic soul expression that serves humanity, has been the mission behind the show since 2014."
I am thrilled to participate in this inspiring fundraiser that innovatively encourages creativity, self-expression, and compassion. There is nothing I love more than contributing my passion to something with such a positive and contagious impact. After all, that's everything Nganoh is about!
Come find me and my beautiful apparel collection at FITC this Saturday. I'll be paired with Canned Goods, a revolutionary jewelry brand upcycling discarded tin cans into stunning jewelry and undeniable fashion envy. Get ready for a fashion experience that saves lives!
Get tickets to and learn more about Fierce in the City 6 here. Discover more ways to help Go Save a Life on their website and socials.