Last night marked a special occasion for the Nordstrom Men’s Shop, in collaboration with GQ magazine, and a charitable partner we’re honored to work alongside: The Detlef Schrempf Foundation.
Since 2006, Nordstrom has had the distinct pleasure of working with this inspirational organization (founded by former Seattle Supersonics basketball player Detlef Schrempf and his wife Mari) to put on yearly fashion shows—with 100% of ticket proceeds benefiting important children’s charities here in our hometown of Seattle. This year, we’re thrilled to say the event raised over $200,000 for local charities including Bellevue Youth Theatre Foundation and Inspire Youth Project.
Of course, beyond helping some amazing causes—the evening was a great chance to see some dapper fall clothes, enjoy a refreshment, and even see some local celebrities walk the runway. Read on for our exclusive photos from backstage to under the bright lights.
Left: Seattle Sounders midfielder Andy Rose.
Right: Mychal Cohen, frontman of Seattle band Campfire OK.
Campfire OK—who played live in our downtown Seattle store last year, and opened last night’s fundraiser festivities.
Guest models Michael Gspurning (left) and Andy Rose of the Seattle Sounders.
Sacramento Kings point guard, and former University of Washington Husky, Isaiah Thomas.
Huge thanks to the Detlef Schrempf Foundation, GQ, the models and special guests, everyone behind the scenes and everyone who attended. Cheers!
[Photos by Kirby Ellis. Check out his blog here.]