Can any decade beat that 1920s-era allure? “Experience the glitz and glamor of the Jazz Age as models walk the runway in 1920s-inspired fashion by Asheville designers and boutiques,” says the Product of the ’20s Fashion Show Facebook event page. Following a cocktail social hour with jazz by Simone Bernhard, more than 30 runway models will showcase the work of at least a dozen local designers, hairstylists and makeup artists, with emcee Ken Krahl on hand to usher the production along. The $10 show, proceeds from which benefit young professionals group Asheville Affiliates, begins at the Renaissance Asheville Hotel on Friday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. avl.mx/0ol. Photo of models Sarah Fields, left, and Sarah Merrell, right, by Morgan Ford with assistance by Catherine Vibert
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