Fashion. Art. Philanthropy.
Highly anticipated by both Queen’s University students and the Kingston community, Vogue Charity Fashion Show is an annual performing arts show produced and executed entirely by students at Queen’s University. 22 years in the making, VCFS is one of the largest student run fashion shows in all of Canada and has become the largest student run club on campus.
VCFS aspires to combine all facets of fashion, the arts, and philanthropy in order to raise money for a deserving charity in the Kingston area. Each year the fashion show provides students with the opportunity to showcase their creative talents and for ambitious leaders to take action, all while functioning as a symbol of social responsibility.
Comprised of over 150 talented and passionate dancers, models, choreographers, student designers, musicians, artists, and a dedicated executive committee, VCFS unites the student body to give back to our community through charity and creativity.
Along with donating over $500,000 to over a dozen charities since its inception, VCFS has developed a tight-knit community of club members, alumni, and supporters, all of whom are instrumental in helping us achieve our fundraising goals.
We strive to maintain our reputation as one of the best sources of entertainment, not only for Queen’s University students, but also for the entire Kingston community. VCFS is extremely proud to be able to give back through its creativity and philanthropy, and we are eager to be able to do it again this year!
Disclaimer: Vogue Charity Fashion Show is in no way affiliated with Vogue magazine.