Seattle’s most fashionable (seriously, we saw Gene Juarez) gathered this weekend for the Bellevue Collection’s first in-person event since 2019: two nights of the shopping center’s most eligible fall pieces, lots of teeny hors d’oeuvres, and fundraising for local charities Bellevue Lifespring and Dress for Success Seattle. Marketing VP Jennifer Leavitt says this year’s festivities amassed $75,000, all of which was donated.
In short, Bellevue Fashion Week is an event worth attending, and not just because it’s one of the only times you’ll see a room full of Washingtonians all dressed up. If you missed it this year (or just don’t want to brave the bridges—hard to blame you), here
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