Join us for our fashion show – A City In Color. Get Tickets!

ABOUT THIS EVENT

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We’re taking over Union Square Plaza for an evening! With this year’s theme, A City in Color it will be an event you don’t want to miss. You’ll experience live entertainment by America’s Got Talent finalist Kechi & electric violinist Spags, and a fashion show featuring designer J’Amy Tarr.

COCKTAIL HOUR

5:00 – 6:00 PM

FASHION SHOW

6:00 – 8:00 PM

Live entertainment, guest speakers, live auction, & fashion show.

DESIGNED BY: J’AMY TARR

Inspired by San Francisco, J’Amy Tarr Outerwear garments merge classic California elegance and easy wearability for a signature aesthetic rooted in Bay Area sensibilities but ready to travel far beyond.

A Bay Area native, J’Amy designs her signature collection with both the area’s inhabitants and its ever-changing climates in mind. The result is midweight outerwear poised to meet varying temperatures and needs. With impeccable tailoring techniques and fabrics, J’Amy Tarr redefines outerwear with a refreshed perspective that takes special care to highlight and enhance feminine silhouettes.


JOSEPH COZZA CARES

Net proceeds from the event will benefit the following organizations:

BLUE HEART INTERNATIONAL

Established in 2014, our mission is to ensure the betterment of trafficked and sexually exploited survivors through transitional housing, to connect with adults and at-risk youth through active street outreach, and to bring awareness and prevention education to all.

We are partnering with Blue Heart to provide beauty school scholarships to women rescued out of human trafficking and who have a dream of being in the beauty industry. We gave away one scholarship in 2018 valued at $27,000 but had 5 applications. Our goal is to provide scholarships for every person who applies.

UCSF BENIOFF CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Our mission is to protect and advance the health and well-being of children through clinical care, teaching, and research. It’s our vision to be a leader in children’s health, achieved through:

High quality, cost-effective, family-centered care.

Research that benefits children and adults worldwide Broad-based teaching and educational activities Child advocacy and health policy efforts.

Each year an estimated 25 teenagers going through chemotherapy need a wig. Many times they can only afford one off the shelf. We want to provide these kids with a custom wig that will boost their self-confidence and have them looking their best.