The Fourth Annual Fashion Heals Show To Support SickKids Will Close Out Toronto Fashion Week

Toronto Fashion Week is pleased to announce the fourth annual Fashion Heals runway show will take place on Feb. 7th in the tents in Yorkville Village. This initiative supports the SickKids Innovation Grant for Paediatric Cancer Research and Care and will feature a mix of past and present SickKids patients, doctors, nurses and employees as well as celebrity models. Television personalities such as Gregoriane Minot-Payeur (Real Housewives of Toronto) Marci Ien (The Social) Pooja Handa (CP Breakfast) and Cynthia Mulligan (CityNews) are slated to hit the runway in support of the cause, which will be hosted by Bloom 97.3’s Stu Jeffries and 93.5 The Move’s Blake Carter. Stylish showgoers can also participate in a silent auction before the catwalk presentation.

Tickets to Fashion Heals cost $150 and are on sale here. 100% of the funds raised through the auction and all donations benefit SickKids. Since the event’s inception, Fashion Heals has donated $160,000 to benefit the children’s hospital.