Fashion Show Las Vegas Teams Up With The Mask Task Force Powered ByT he Las Vegas Fashion Council To Provide 400 Masks To The Valley Health System




In partnership with the Mask Task Force powered by the Las Vegas Fashion Council, Fashion Show Las Vegas today announced a donation of 400 handcrafted masks to The Valley Health System, including Summerlin, Centennial Hills, Desert Springs, Henderson, Spring Valley and Valley Medical Centers. Crafted by local designer Larissa Navarro, owner of Tailor Shop by Larissa, the Las Vegas Fashion Council and Fashion Show Las Vegas together provided support to both local aid workers and medical personnel in need of face masks and face coverings.

Fashion Show teams up with the Mask Task Force powered by the Las Vegas Fashion Council on National Nurses Day


“Our thoughts are with all those in Southern Nevada dealing with the health impacts related to the coronavirus, especially our first responders and front-line workers,” said Brent Gardner, general manager of Fashion Show Las Vegas. “Through our donation, in partnership with the Las Vegas Fashion Council and local designer Larissa Navarro, we hope that our donation can help the local Las Vegas community in the fight against the pandemic.”


Navarro has provided nearly 5000 face masks and face coverings to date, producing from 150 up to 300 masks per day. Each mask is made of 100% woven cotton and are machine washable, as well as CDC approved.


The Mask Task Force powered by Las Vegas Fashion Council was assembled due to the dire news of the mask shortage, amongst other items, to fight the COVID-19 crisis and support our front line medical and health workers, senior centers, food banks, CCSD food distribution volunteers and more. The Mask Task Force has donated over 4000 masks to the Las Vegas community due to generous support of volunteers and sponsors similar to Fashion Show Las Vegas. To learn more information for the #masktaskforce, please visit the website at


In February 2020, Fashion Show Las Vegas kicked off its partnership with the Las Vegas Fashion Council during its inaugural Week of Fashion event. Guests were treated to its signature ‘Little Black Dress Design Competition’ that featured local designers, students and established brands, as well as a week-long event filled with unique catwalk-inspired shows such as models walking on water, drones flying down the runway, and more.


About Fashion Show Las Vegas
At 2 million square feet, Fashion Show is the largest shopping, dining and entertainment destination on the Las Vegas Strip and one of the largest shopping centers in the USA. Anchored by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Macy’s Men’s, Dillard’s, DICK’S Sporting Goods, Nordstrom and Forever 21, Fashion Show houses an eclectic mix of more than 250 retail boutiques and over two dozen restaurants. For more information, visit


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Brookfield Properties develops and manages premier real estate with a focus on maximizing the tenant experience in addition to the investment and operational performance of the asset. We also focus on integrating leading-edge real estate technologies which enables us to be at the forefront of innovation and sustainability – benefiting not only our tenants and business partners, but also the communities in which we operate.


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About Las Vegas Fashion Council

The Las Vegas Fashion Council (LVFC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity whose membership consists of fashion professionals, students, community leaders, philanthropists and organizations that have a desire to diversify and expand the Las Vegas economy through the efforts of the fashion industry. LVFC supports fashion industry students and emerging artists with scholarships, grants, educational presentations, internships, mentoring and opportunities to showcase and compete in fashion shows throughout the valley. LVFC partners with numerous non-profit entities in raising funds and awareness for a variety of causes that incorporate a fashion element into their fundraising efforts. LVFC utilizes the Public Education Foundation to assist in awarding annual scholarships to fashion students through the Las Vegas Fashion Council-Fashion Industry Scholarship program. For more information about LVFC please visit




Clark County Medical Society Alliance Hosts 18th Annual Spring Fashion Show, March 19 – Benefits Autism Community

Clark County Medical Society Alliance 
Hosts 18th Annual Spring Fashion Show, March 19
Highly Anticipated event bridging our local Autism Community 
with our local Medical Community
Transitioning families with Autism to Adulthood
The Clark County Medical Society Alliance (CCMSA) is celebrating its 70th year of operation, and is hosting its annual Spring Fashion Show on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Four Seasons Hotel, 3960 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89119.
Now in it’s 18th year, the annual Spring Fashion Show is regarded as one of the premier philanthropic events in Las Vegas. Showcasing spring designs from the local favorite fashion store, VASARI located at Tivoli Village, the 2019 Spring Fashion Show will raise valuable funds for our autism community including Sunshine Nevada, UNLV Project FOCUS, and New Vista.

“We’re very excited for this year’s Spring Fashion Show,” said Kim Fonte, this year’s Spring Fashion CCMSA Co-President along with Sharlin Ahmed and Estela Hansen. “This will be CCSMA’s 70
th year in operation and while this highly anticipated event allows us to further our mission to better the quality of healthcare in Southern Nevada, each year we’re particularly proud to work towards bridging our autism community with our medical community.   Those benefiting from our fund raising are three amazing organizations: Sunshine Nevada, UNLV Project FOCUS, and New Vista, who offer socialization, recreation, upper-education and housing.”
The CCMSA is a philanthropic organization steadfastly dedicated to its mission of building a healthier Southern Nevada, comprised of the spouses of physician members of the Clark County Medical Society.  CCMSA collaborates with community supporters to provide education, outreach, and support for programs and endeavors that directly improve healthcare in Nevada.
“Our organization has a long history of supporting various health related initiatives throughout Clark County,” said Michelle Volker, who is Co-Chairing the event with Ginger Allen. “We’re honored to continue this tradition by helping to bridge autism awareness/needs with our local medical community and raise funds to help transition families with autism to adulthood.
The 2019 Spring Fashion Show will be emceed by News3LV’s anchors, Dana and Kim Wagner. 
Sponsors for the Spring Fashion Show include: HealthCare Partners, Nevada Heart & Vascular, Desert Radiology, West Pac Wealth Partners, Mary Thomas-Berkshire Hathaway, Achievable Behavior Strategies, Welltower, Comprehensive Cancer Centers, Valley Health System, Mercedes Benz of Henderson, Tour University Nevada. Fashion presented by Vasari. 
Tickets for CCMSA Spring Fashion Show are $225 and can be purchased at
For more information, please visit

About the Clark County Medical Society Alliance: The Clark County Medical Society Alliance (CCMSA) was officially chartered with the Nevada State Medical Association Alliance (NSMAA) and the national affiliate of the American Medical Association Alliance (AMAA) in 1949. CCMSA is a nonprofit service organization comprised of spouses of members of the Clark County Medical Society and American Medical Association. Primarily a service organization, CCMSA focuses on health-related needs in the community, initiating their own projects or providing volunteer hours and monetary assistance to charitable organizations or groups.