Join Big Brothers Big Sisters As Philadelphia Eagles Players Trade Football For Fashion
For the seventh year in a row, join your favorite Philadelphia Eagles players and local fashion visionaries for Fashion Touchdown, benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence.
Tune in November 9th at 7 PM to watch your favorite Eagles players discuss their personal style, the 2020 football season, why Eagles comradery is so special, PLUS… why we must fight for social justice, what mentors have impacted them the most, and why investing in the next generation is so important. They do it all in bespoke Damari Savile designs, the Philadelphia-based design house founded by NFL legend and style icon Malcolm Jenkins.
Rodney McLeod, Safety #23 | Vinny Curry, Defensive End #75
Miles Sanders, Running Back #26 | Cre’Von LeBlanc, Cornerback #34
Will Parks, Safety #28
Returning to curate the women’s fashion show is Philadelphia style icon Joan Shepp, recognized as one of the country’s style leaders by publications Harper’s Bazaar and Lucky Magazine. The store, located on Chestnut Street in Rittenhouse Square, is recognized as Philadelphia’s premier fashion concept store, specializing in avant-garde women’s clothing from local and international designers.
This year, we’re pivoting to a totally new, virtual format for the show—an in-store DJ-spun set of fresh fall looks to inspire your wardrobe! Rather than strutting the catwalk, Joan Shepp gives us an intimate, whimsical peek in-store with her models in drool-worthy outfits as the finale to the evening’s broadcast!
Funds raised for the event will ensure the ongoing success of Big Brothers Big Sisters’ life-changing youth mentoring programs, right here in Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.
Thank you to our generous sponsors for making Fashion Touchdown 2020 the best ever!
Watch your favorite Philadelphia Eagles players define 2020 Menswear trends by Damari Savile, the Philadelphia-based design house founded by NFL legend and style icon Malcolm Jenkins.
Don’t miss your favorite Eagles as they have an exclusive, intimate conversation about fashion, football, and investing in our youth.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence is proud to have Joan Shepp and Damari Savile return as our Fashion Partners for Fashion Touchdown 2020 to help us empower youth, the future of America.
Joan Shepp is recognized as one of America's top fashion leaders by Harper's Bazaar and Lucky Magazine, having curated premier fashion for 45 years. The boutique on 1811 Chestnut Street is home to creative, hard-to-find designers from around the globe. Join us November 9th at 7:00 p.m. as Joan Shepp curates a virtual in-store fashion show with professional models. You don't want to miss it!
Damari Savile is a Philadelphia fashion powerhouse founded by NFL legend and fashion icon Malcolm Jenkins. Damari Savile is paving the way for modern suiting by utilizing creativity, styling, and tailoring skills to provide a unique experience for each customer, while making culture a priority.
The ONLINE AUCTION for Fashion Touchdown opens on Monday, November 2nd!
Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at an item for the Eagles super-fan in your life! You don’t want to miss this autographed full-sized 2018 Philadelphia Eagles helmet, signed by Zach Ertz, Brent Celek, Jalen Mills, Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, Jordan Hicks, Chris Maragos, and Brandon Graham.
Check out over 50 Eagles items and more on our Auction Homepage.
Bidding closes November 11 at 11:59 p.m.!