San Miguel de Allende to Host Fourth Edition of "Dress to Give" Fashion Days

Mexican designers flock to SMA to show new collections from April 25 to 27, 2018.

Manhattan, NY, April 13, 2018 --( The fourth iteration of “Dress to Give” Fashion Days will be held in Mexican colonial city of San Miguel de Allende from April 25 to 27, 2018.

The brainchild of self-proclaimed “fashion lover” Blanca Salinas, Dress to Give is an event with a cause, as it benefits 200 children with neurological and motor disabilities cared for by the Integral Rehabilitation Center of San Miguel de Allende, or CRISMA.

Both new and established Mexican designers will be taking part in this year’s edition of “Dress to Give” Fashion Days, transforming Travel + Leisure magazine’s “World’s Best City” for 2017 into a catwalk and celebration of Mexican artistry and fashion.

Participating fashion houses include Abel López, Armando Takeda, La Colektiva Hojasanta, Macario Jiménez, Olmos y Flores, Pineda Covalin, Vero Solís, Zacasha and Zingara.

Hotels taking part include some of the destination’s most celebrated properties, including Hotel Matilda, Hotel Casa Blanca 7 and Rosewood San Miguel de Allende.

San Miguel de Allende is home to hundreds to artists, including jewelry designers, painters and sculptors. With sky-top bars, cafes and restaurants lining the center of the city, the picturesque destination is an ideal getaway for those looking for high-end, trendy and fashionable offerings.

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About San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende, better known as “the heart of Mexico,” is considered the forge for the national independence, the birthplace of illustrious men and a colonial jewel that is distinguished by the warmth and generosity of its people and its rich history, both cultural and architectural. On July 7, 2008, it was named a Cultural Heritage city by UNESCO, under the title of “Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco.” The distinction was awarded the city due to its cultural and architectural contribution to Mexican Baroque. For more, go to
San Miguel de Allende
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