Downtown Seattle’s Pacific Place will welcome a new season of fashion this fall with a special screening of the ’90s cult-fashion documentary, Unzipped. The 1995 film follows American fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi as he unveils his Fall 1994 collection, with an intimate portrait of the designer and his genius, plus the drama and excitement that goes on behind the scenes.
The screening will take place on Thursday, September 7 from 6pm to 9pm. This one-night-only event at AMC Pacific Place 11 is hosted in partnership with Seattle Magazine with event sponsors Gossip & Glamour and Styled Seattle. In honor of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month during September, 100 percent of event proceeds support The Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research.
“We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the fashion comeback of the ’90s than with this iconic film,” said Stephanie Heick, Director of Marketing at Pacific Place. “We’re excited to be kicking-off fall with an event that celebrates glamour and inspires the tastemakers in our city for the season ahead.”
The evening will kick off with a fashion cocktail party starting at 6pm, where guests can enjoy a glass of bubbly, strike a pose on the red carpet at the Seattle Magazine photo booth, enjoy music from a DJ spinning classic ’90s tunes, and pick up a special swag bag. There will also be style giveaways, free popcorn, style sketches from Drawing Blueberry, and a special preview of fall fashion trends by stylist Darcy Camden of Styled Seattle.
UNZIPPED: Fashion meets Film at Pacific Place
Where: AMC Pacific Place 11, 600 Pine St. Seattle, WA 98101
When: Thursday, September 7. Doors open at 6pm. Presentation begins promptly at 7pm.
$20 general admission. Get tickets at www.pacificplaceunzipped.eventbrite.com