Win a VIP upgrade to the Sweet Life Fashion Show

Life really is sweet at the Sweet Life Fashion Show, the annual benefit for Volunteers of America that features fall catwalk collections from an array of designers, along with appetizers, desserts and a party gift (and that's just general admission). The bash is back again -- bigger and better than ever this year -- and what's really sweet is the deal we're giving you right now: Two general-admission upgrades to VIP status at the show.

That'll bump you up from standing-room-only to catwalk seating with champagne, endless (endless, they say!) Voli vodka drinks, a dessert bar, passed appetizers and a party gift. Look below to see how (you have to have already purchased tickets).

There's also a VIP party from 6 to 7 p.m. at the EDGE Restaurant & Bar, with signature drinks and even more appetizers, plus free valet parking if you mention you'll be there for the Sweet Life party -- PLUS a VIP bag from the valets when you pick up your car!

Proceeds will benefit victims of domestic violence -- specifically, the Volunteers of America Brandon Center, a 118-bed secure facility that acts as a safe haven for women and children -- so you're supporting a great cause while checking out the fall catwalk collections from Mariel, Moda and Goldyn; Heidi McGuire and DJ Ginger Perry will also make appearances. And $10 candy bars donated by Sugarlicious will be available for purchase, containing "golden tickets" redeemable for an array of prizes.

Sweet Life Fashion Show runs from 7 to 10 p.m. at Suite Two Hundred; visit the Volunteers of America ticket page to purchase your ticket, and qualify for the VIP upgrade by leaving us a comment below about your favorite fashion item and why it's your favorite. (Make sure you leave a valid e-mail address in the appropriate field so we can contact you if you win!)

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Amber Taufen has been writing about people, places and things in Denver since 2005. She works as an editor, writer, and production and process guru out of her home office in the foothills.
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