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Holly Andersen grew up as an Army brat, traveling from post to post during childhood, but is proud to call Colorado her home. She enjoys hitting the running trails with her golden retriever, Shadow, as well as snowboarding and reading. A huge Denver sports fanatic, you can usually find Holly at Broncos and Avalanche games on the weekends. Holly has a degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder and is a certified event planner.

Recap: Max Fashion Show At Cherry Creek To Benefit Children’s Hospital Colorado

The annual Max Fashion Show pulled off yet another dynamic runway show flaunting beautiful models in sophisticated-chic dresses and swimwear. The show had a New York feel adjacent to Denver’s beloved football stadium, Mile High Station’s urban decor made for an enjoyable and entertaining atmosphere. The show opened with a heart-wrenching video of how research at the Children’s Hospital Colorado has been instrumental in saving lives. Hearing the children’s stories couldn’t help but cause the audience to tear up and realize how important even the smallest donation can considerably change a child’s life.

(Photo Credit: Denver Post)

(Photo Credit: Denver Post)

The models walked on a runway that curved around the audience, all of them looking fierce as the crowd looked on in awe of the trendy pieces they were sporting. The collections on the runway included designers: Alexander McQueen, Ann Demeulermeester, Celine, Chloe, Lanvin, Missoni, Narcisco Rodriguez, Nina Ricci, Rask Jewelry, Rick Owens, Saint Laurent, and Victoria Beckham. The event was a thrill for fashion lovers as much as it was successful in helping donate to the Children’s Hospital of Colorado.

(photo credit: Denver Post)

(photo credit: Denver Post)

When it was founded in 1908 in Denver, Children’s Hospital Colorado set out to be a leader in providing the best healthcare outcomes for children. That calling has consistently made it one of the top 10 children’s hospitals in the nation and a place parents across the Rocky Mountain region have come to trust. Read more about their top ranking by U.S. News & World Report and other awards. Their modern-day mission is to improve the health of children through the provision of high-quality coordinated programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy. In addition to providing the best possible care for kids who need it, they also work hard to keep kids out of the hospital. Through medical research and advocacy efforts, they are working towards a world where kids are safer and healthier and will one day have less need for a hospital.

(Photo Credit: Denver Post)

(Photo Credit: Denver Post)

(Photo credit: Denver Post)

(Photo credit: Denver Post)

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