Victoria firefighters will be among the models strutting their stuff on the catwalk next Thursday (Aug. 15) as part of the annual Fashion Inferno charity fundraiser.
The event, on from 7 p.m. to midnight in the outdoor courtyard of Capital Iron, offers tapas from a variety of local restaurants, a fashion show featuring clothing from Outlooks for Men, Knickers Lingerie Boutique and others, musical entertainment from Brent Tyler, Steph Macpherson and DJ Neon Steve, plus a full refreshments bar.
All proceeds go to the Victoria Firefighters Charitable Foundation, which supports various non-profit groups around the city of Victoria.
“It’s a great evening full of food, fashion and dancing, all for a good cause,” said foundation spokesperson and firefighter Nate Forster. “Capital Iron does such a fantastic job of setup and we get the fire trucks down there. Basically everything you spend goes to the charity.”
Tickets are $30 for general admission, available at Capital Iron, Page One Publishing, Fire Station No. 3 (740 Bay St.), Shampoo Hair Bar, Outlooks for Men & Knickers Lingerie Boutique. Tickets will be available onsite for food and beverages. Capital Iron is at 1900 Store St.
For more information, visit Fashion Inferno on Facebook.