Save The Date: Native Fashion in the City 2020 Announces 7th Annual Event

Today, the Native Fashion in the City team (NFITC) is pleased to announce the schedule for the 7th Annual Native Fashion in the City 2020 Event, set to take place Saturday, March 21, 2020, in Denver, Colorado.

The Premier Native American fashion event of North America is a runway show set in Denver, Colorado where indigenous artisans, fashion designers, models, and photographers from all over North America are showcased in a series of events such as a pop-up shop and an interactive runway show in the evening. This runway show combines indigenous fashion, art & culture to give you a unique experience, unlike anything you’ve seen before.

Native Fashion in the City was the first Native American fashion event to appeal to a wider audience as well as bridge a connection to the fashion world for both fashion designers and models through an interactive and dynamic runway show. Now, the event returns for the seventh year in a row with NFITC 2020. 

The runway show will take place on Saturday, March 21 in Denver, Colorado. Alongside the runway show is the NFITC Pop Up Shops, where audience members are able to shop small business owners from across the country. Tickets are now on sale at nativefashioninthecity.com. Registration for designers, vendors and more are now open. 

The generosity of our sponsors, suppliers, and supporters is more important than ever. Please help us by acknowledging their support for NFITC 2020: Official Partners: Denver March Powwow and Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery.

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