Mario Tricoci presents Elements of Style Finale Fashion Show Event

Promotional Marketing for the MMMAM Event

One of the most highly anticipated fashion and beauty events of the year in Chicago, Mario Tricoci Hair Salons & Day Spas and their partners announce the Mario, Make Me A Model finale fashion show that concludes the contest Friday, September 25 at Redmoon Warehouse in Chicago.

The Candidates

After more than 3 months of training just five candidates remain out of hundreds who attended five open model calls throughout Chicagoland in June.

The Pre-Show Reception

The pre-show reception featuring Chicago VIPs and fashionistas will enjoy treats from Eli’s Cheesecake, specialty NiCola “soda” waters, Nail Bar, Brow Bar and tunes spun by Chicago favorite DJ Nikki X.

6:00 PM                               VIP Pre-Show Reception

6:30 PM                               General Admission for Pre-Show Reception

7:30 PM                               Runway Show Begins

The Fashion Show

The five Mario, Make Me A Model finalists will walk with professional models down a 60 foot long runway as part of a full-blown designer fashion show in front of nearly 1000 guests.  The show will feature looks from Chicago designers Two Penny Blue, Elena Bobysheva, The Order, Misanthrope and Sahar Dada.

The Competition

Immediately after the runway show Mario Tricoci will announce the winner of Mario, Make Me a Model 2015 on stage.

About Mario Make Me A Model

“Mario, Make Me A Model” is the Midwest’s preeminent fashion event launching careers; inspiring young people and supporting Chicago’s fashion industry by identifying emerging talent, creating experiences and opening doors to opportunity. The program has launched the careers of young talent who have worked with virtually every Chicago-based periodical as well as New Beauty magazine, Neiman Marcus, Home Shopping Network, Nordstrom, Glossed & Found and Def Jam Records among others.  Several have gone on to agencies in New York, Paris and Milan and still others have appeared in national television commercials including Carson’s and Southwest Airlines. In 2015, Mario, Make Me A Model returns for a seventh year, demonstrating the Company’s continuing emphasis on discovering young talent.  Visit www.mariomakemeamodel.com for more information to follow the aspiring models and for details on all of the “Mario, Make Me A Model” events.

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