The wonderfully diverse, tight-knit community of Arizona’s southern city, Tucson, has such a large variety of great places to see and activities with which to take part. Be sure to check out part one of this series as well, and set out to make 2017 a year of adventure and exploration in this eccentric city.
Whether you’re new to “the Old Pueblo” or have been a die-hard Tucsonan your whole life, there is plenty that contributes to this richly cultural, fascinating city. From the luxurious Catalina Foothills to the north, to the affluent East side, to the serene West and eccentric downtown and Central Tucson, resolve to make 2017 a year of exploration in this eclectic city. Hit all the landmarks you’ve always been meaning to visit and open yourself up to new experiences. Here’s part one of our 2017 Tucson must-do list.
If you’ve ever wanted to see your face on the cover of a magazine or strut the runway in front of thousands of people, your chance is here! AZ Foothills will be wrapping up scouting for the 2017 Face of Foothills Model search with two final casting call opportunities this month.
Tucson models are invited to Beauty Brands at La Encantada Friday June 17 from 11a – 1p to be seen by AZ Foothills representatives as well as Tucson Fashion Week who will be looking for runway and presentation models. No prior experience is necessary to audition and all genders and sizes are welcome! Check out the flier...
Tucson Fashion Week has announced its lineup of events and special guests for the 2016 show this October. Now in its fourth year, the annual weekend-long event will treat attendees to three days of fashion arts and culture from Oct. 13 thru 15 at different venues around the city of Tucson.
On Friday, visitors can enjoy everything from a vintage rock-and-roll t-shirt exhibit to a rock-and-roll fashion show featuring local and national designers.
The event will also give attendees a glimpse at the unique styles of Cesar Padilla, owner of Cherry Vintage, a designer vintage clothing resource that was sourced for the HBO series “Vinyl”, American Hustle and for many other celebrities.
Just days after its debut at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, Andrew Rossi’s acclaimed new documentary “The First Monday In May” will make its way to a screening in Tucson Monday, April 18.
The documentary is about the hugely successful 2015 art exhibit “China: Through The Looking Glass” at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibit focused on the influence of Chinese design on Western fashion and challenged orientalism and Asian stereotypes depicted in fashion design.
The screening will take place at 7pm at the Loft Cinema, 3233 East Speedway Blvd. Tickets are $20 per person with a limited number of student tickets available for $12. The film is presented through a collaboration between Tucson...