Westword's inaugural Whiteout Fashion Show hits the runway at 7 p.m. tonight at the McNichols Building, 144 West Colfax Avenue. In addition to the couture on the runway, there will be eats and treats from Denver Pizza Company, iFish, El Camino and The Shoppe.
Denver Pizza Company will be serving specialty slices, iFish will offer spicy tuna avocado rolls, El Camino will feature build-your-own street tacos, and the Shoppe will serve up four cupcake options (red velvet with cream cheese frosting, cookies and cream, salted caramel and chocolate mint).
There will also be a custom-made, three-level ice luge -- which will deliver chilled Drambuie shots.
But Drambuie won't just be served straight; cocktails on the menu include the Drambuie Tart, with Bombay Sapphire Gin, Drambuie and grapefruit juice served on the rocks; the Rusty Nail, which mixes Drambuie with Dewar's White Label Scotch; and the Drambuie Fizz, with muddled limes, Drambuie and soda water.
Whiteout will fill the McNichols Building with hot fashion and cool art tonight. Find out about any Cafe Society ticket deals here (VIP is sold out), and use the hashtag #Whiteout13 to mark all your Whiteout Fashion Show conversations online.
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