MetroBoom in Denver, CO had their fifth annual fashion show last night. Everyone was dressed to impress. It was a great event filled with music, fashion, drinks and nuts.
The DJ did a wonderful job with the music. I was particularly impressed when they did the music for the fashion show, as the transitions were often and were performed perfectly.
The male models were so cute, and you could tell they were showing off for their friends. All of the male models are real MetroBoom customers in real MetroBoom clothing.
It was especially cute when they did regular model stuff like show the inside of the jackets, or do a little turn.
Some of them looked just like a regular model, and some of them had a little more fun with it. They would dance down the runways, and high five all of their friends.
They had female models in men’s clothing (mostly just a man’s shirt) walk down the runway as well. This was eye candy for the men.
My favorite model was towards the end. His team had won the gold medal in wheelchair rugby. He was super cute, and he really worked the runway. They had a female model come out and give him a gold medal which was a fun role play.
Olomomo Nut Company was there giving away free samples.
At CU Denver, where I go to school, they have a business plan competition every year. Olomomo and MetroBoom have both won this competition (which is their connection).
Their nuts reminded me of a less sugary Weihnachten (German Christmas). They were delicious, and a nice treat.
They added Cayenne in a way I had never tasted in nuts before, and it was wonderful.
Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse
The Colorado Mammoth were there, and one of their players was one of the models. Lacrosee is a fun game, where the players have college degrees. This means better role models, and more well rounded players.
They were very nice and excited to support the non-profits the event was benefitting.
Everyone was dressed to impress and it was great seeing the latest fashions on the guests. I was not able to talk to that many people, and it seemed that most people had come to support their friends who were serving as models.