Podcast: Make it Work! Chatting with the Project ReUNITED Event Design Team

Podcast: Make it Work! Chatting with the Project ReUNITED Event Design Team


Designers from Project Runway's 15th season who will be featured at the Project ReUNITED event.

September 28, 2017

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Fashion is powerful. While it may seem like a small detail, the right outfit or piece can increase confidence, boost professional success, and be that bit of motivation we all need to get out into the world and, as the kids say, #SLAY.

Fashion Designer and Project Runway alum Linda Marcus and Interior Designer Libby Castro are two of three co-chairs of the upcoming Project ReUNITED event, a one-of-a-kind evening that will bring together all of the designers from season 15 of Project Runway. The designers will participate in a fashion show of new, exclusive designs, and after the show attendees can meet the designers and shop the looks they just saw!

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to benefit United Way’s Community Fund. Our wonderful partner Boston Store is generously sponsoring this event.

Today on the podcast we talk with Linda and Libby about what attendees can expect from Project ReUNITED, how they found their passion for design, and how they use that passion to impact our local community.

There are still tickets to the event left, but they’re going fast! Click here to purchase your tickets today!

Check out the work of our podcast guests Linda Marcus and Libby Castro.

A special thank you to Project ReUNITED event sponsor Boston Store.

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