Inside Look: Thaw Fashion Show

The 3rd annual Thaw Fashion Show will transform an industrial SoDo warehouse tomorrow night for the city’s unofficial spring fashion kick-off.

As much as we are excited about the fashion, the more important factor is Thaw exists to raise money for the Huntington's Disease Society of America, helping families battle Huntington's Disease, which organizer Liz Weber has experienced personally within her own family.

The edgy, yet low-key party kicks off with drinks, bites and bidding on sublime local goods in the Thaw Shop (among the featured products, a leather zippered clutch by Ampersand & Apostrophe and jewelry from Fremont jewelry designer, Kimberly Baker) before the runway show.

Featuring last year’s menswear show-stopper Michael Cepress (with his stylistic Hamptons-esque shorts and colorful tops) and dress designer Jill Lindsey, our own Seamless in Seattle contestants will also be on full display.

Our 2010 contest is still underway, but one of our entrants, Heili Aun Nalla will be featured in her own set (get a sneak peek of her style here) and a select few of our 2008 and 2009 Seamless winners are back in a combined set, debuting new looks for spring:

Karly Orr

Liise Wyatt

Renee Corrick

Jason Arrington

Tanya Min Jee

Jesica Milton (whose sleekly chic shirt dress is pictured above)

Tickets are still available through, but if you need to live vicariously, follow @Seattlemag, @kcalamusa on Twitter for live tweets and peeks starting at 6 p.m. on Thursday.