Brophy College Prep hosts record-setting fashion show, luncheon

Brophy Fashion Show (submitted photo)

Co-Chairs Paradise Valley resident Stacy Thomas and Scottsdale resident Mary Kay McClanahan with their senior sons (submitted photo)

More than 1,250 people attended the 32nd annual Brophy College Preparatory Fashion Show and Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 12 at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel.

The fun-filled event themed “Journey by Faith” raised in excess of $700,000 with all proceeds directly benefiting the Brophy College Preparatory Financial Aid Fund. Approximately 28 percent of Brophy students receive financial assistance each year, according to a press release.

The spectacular event, presented by the Brophy Mothers’ Guild, Saks Fifth Avenue and Biltmore Fashion Park featured the Fashions of the Zang Toi Spring 2016 collection, presented by designer Zang Toi himself.

Fashions were provided by Saks Fifth Avenue & Saks Fifth Avenue Men’s Store, Biltmore Fashion Park’s Artful Tailoring, Bonafide Goods, Union Shops, The Clotherie and lululemon athletica and modeled by members of the Brophy senior class.

Brophy-themed attire was provided by the Brophy Varsity Shop as well as Brophy Clubs and Sports Teams. 181 Brophy seniors took part in the event.

The 2015 Brophy Fashion Show was co-chaired by Stacy Thomas and Mary Kay McClanahan, both mothers of members of the BCP Class of 2016. The event, themed “Journey by Faith”, featured video testimonials of Brophy students who attend Brophy through scholarships from the Financial Aid Fund, explaining the impact Brophy has on their lives and lives they touch each day as “Men For Others.”

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