HUB needs fashion designs by Halloween
October 13, 2022
The HUB (Hospitality, Unity, Belonging) Center for Seniors is reviving its runway show next year.
Beth Gizzi, executive director of the HUB, said the center has had a fashion show “on and off” since 2007, but COVID prompted an extended break.
Gizzi said the show in May will be the HUB’s first wearable art fashion show, and possibly the first of its kind for the area as well.
“We started a ‘found’ fashion show — items that are found in a thrift shop, like our own HUB shop — to showcase what great looks you can put together on a budget,” Gizzi said. “What we’re looking f...