Z Life is Gonzaga’s online student fashion & lifestyle presence created by senior, Joe Gooding. It was created in the beginning of this semester with the hope to highlight Gonzaga fashion and lifestyle. Z Life will be hosting the Fostering Fashion Show for the non-profit, Teen Closet. Here are the four reasons why YOU should be there.
1. It is put on by GU Students
Gonzaga University’s Advanced broadcasting students are putting on the fashion show at the Bing Crosby Theater at 7:00 pm, tomorrow (April 29th). Joe Gooding, Z Life creator will be hosting the event with broadcasting student Marissa Morrison. The nonprofit that will be benefited is Teen Closet. The fashion show will include foster children models as well as GU student models. The GU students in the show will include models used in Z-Life fashion highlights.
A college students favorite word right? Well this event is free to the public. Donations of any gently used clothing or any monetary donation is encouraged. This is a great opportunity for you all to get rid of any clothing that you are realizing you do not want to pack up and bring home this summer.
3. It’s for a great cause
The nonprofit, Teen Closet, was co-founded by KXLY4’s Robyn, Nance. Teen Closet strives to get clothing to foster children and underprivileged children in the Spokane community. “Teen Closet is a boutique unlike any other, catering to foster youth and young people in need in the Inland Northwest. Teens who are referred to TC get to shop for free, thanks to a generous community that cares” (teencloset.org)
4. Even If you cannot attend you can still help the cause.
If you cannot attend the event please make sure to check out the Z-Life Facebook page early next week, because the show will be recorded and posted there: https://www.facebook.com/zlifeGU. You can also donate clothing in Crosby, at the Teen Closet Drop Off Box.
“I’m so excited to make a difference with something I’m extremely passionate about. Cultivating style on Gonzaga’s campus was just the beginning for me. Having the opportunity to work with Robyn, my GUTV classmates and Teen Closet to put on Gonzaga’s first fashion show is amazing! This started as a social media presence and blossomed into something that can really make a difference on campus and in the Spokane community,” said Gooding.
This is definitely not something you want to miss! See you at 7:00!