Green theme of fashion at weekend festival

November 1, 2013 by  

The 5th annual Go Green Fashionista Festival is taking place in Miami in just a few days.

The aim of the festival is to promote eco-friendly products and services while raising environmental awareness in the community. More than 20 vendors will be on hand to provide items such as clothing, jewelry, handmade candles, and natural soaps while others will be offering free facials, massage, and acupuncture treatments.

Information booths are also set to provide information on health, fitness, and nutrition, while several local organizations will be on hand to discuss their services. Two of the main events taking place during the festival are a fashion show, which will highlight the creations of several local designers, and a reading from freestyle poet Oscar Fuentes. In addition, plenty of free samples of food and juices are expected to be handed out, and raffles and giveaways will also take place randomly throughout each evening.

This annual festival attracts over 500 visitors every year, many of whom come from surrounding areas such as North Miami Beach. Often, in order to promote events like this, organizers invest in products such as flyers and posters from local printing companies. These products are then distributed to various public buildings or through direct mail.

The Go Green Fashionista Festival is being held at Briza on the Bay from November 8 to 9. Admission prices range from $15 to $25, and those who order tickets online receive a discount shopping card. To find out more about the festival, visit the event’s website.