Montana Independent Living Project (MILP) celebrated International Women’s Day March 8, 2017, with an all-women’s event at the Butte Plaza Mall. The main event was a show featuring spring fashion by Maurices.
On this special day, more than 30 Montana women strutted their stuff on the catwalk. Local hair stylists and makeup artists were also recruited by MILP to help the women look their best.
ApostropheMagazine.com was invited to the event. We caught up with a few of the models who also posed at the same time for our latest Fashion and Style section. Apostrophe wants to say thanks to Maurices for graciously opening the doors for photos in its store.
All-in-all each and every person did a great job putting the show together that day. They looked great!
See their styles below:
Warmer weather = a flowery dress
Destiny Rogers is a family oriented woman. She loves spending time with her parents and siblings. Together they like to go camping and fishing. Also a Special Olympic athlete, Destiny likes to play basketball, swim and bowl. A 2015 high school graduate from Butte High School, Destiny is on the fast track to find her first job. Cute and sassy, Destiny is wearing Maurices’ Chiffon Dress with Zipper Neckline in Floral Bandana Print and The Classic Cardi.
Right on pointe
Pam Cloonen’s friends would tell you that she’s a friendly, social woman. She works at the Goodwill Thrift Store in Butte. When she’s not working, Pam loves to crochet. She’s made many afghans. You can find a few of them in her very own home. Like shoes and bling? Pam’s casual outfit is perfected with Maurices’ Pearl Lace Up Ballet Flat in black and Layered Chain Necklace with Beading.
Smily and flowy
Lana Carlson loves music and clothes. Walking the runway was right up her alley! She also enjoys being outside walking the trails. An employee at Goodwill Thrift Store, Lana is wearing Maurice’s Solid Maxi Dress and a Kimono.
Cool in casual