Saturday night at Style Fashion Week began with a moving tribute to the veterans and homeless communities of the United States of America. The Brenner Foundation, who is the official charity partner of Style Fashion Week commenced the night with a rendition of the National Anthem, sang by Melody Federer. Christine Brenner moved the audience, discussing the mission of the Brenner Foundation, which is “to create programs that will inspire Americans to support and assist veterans and homeless inside their own communities.” The Brenner Foundation additionally brought Sydney Nycole to the Style Fashion Week stage.
Christine’s speech lead into a presentation by Angela Luna of ADIFF. ADIFF develops “outerwear that is multifunctional and transformable, we can be sure to meet the needs of the wearer – whether it is for a casual hike in the woods, strolling through the city, or helping someone survive.” Luna celebrated the strategic partnership with Style Fashion Week and the Brenner Foundation by announcing a donation of ten tent jackets for homeless veterans.