Read(y) to Wear

(left)
2020 Use of Paper Winner
SJWHandmade
 Model-Emma Hanna

Design-Avant-Garde

(right)
2020 Read(y) to Wear Design Winner
Cinnaire Solutions
Model-Fatima Laster

Design-(S)heroes)

Photo: Crimson Sun Studios

In 2017, Madison Reading Project launched Read(y) to Wear,

a paper inspired benefit fashion show which brings together lovers of reading and fashion to support the literacy needs of kids, families and educators. 

How it works:

  • Artist, corporate, nonprofit, and student teams are allowed two (2) designs in the show.

  • Models take a turn on the catwalk and designs are voted on by a panel of local celebrity judges. Teams compete for the title of Read(y) to Wear (Best) Design and the Best Use of Paper.

  • In addition to the fashion show, attendees can mingle and enjoy fun activities before the models walk including a raffle, wine pull, dessert station, cash bar and a paper craft station.

Funds raised at Read(y) to Wear support the MRP program fund the provides much needed staff, books and supplies that allow us to provide high quality services. 

If you would like us to contact you when information

for our 2021 show is available, please complete our

2021 Read(y) to Wear Inquiry form.

In the meantime, check out highlights from our

 previous shows.

Stay Connected to the Fashion Show:

#READyToWear #MadisonReadingProject

 

Follow our Pinterest board for inspiration, join the Facebook event page and connect with others.

Madison Reading Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. 

© 2020 Madison Reading Project.