The Junior League of San Francisco

Media Inquiries & Press

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Members of the media: please email us for more information or call us at (415) 775-4100.

Read the Infinitely Chic press release or download the Infinitely Chic Press Kit.

Press highlights

Junior League San Francisco fashion show and gala, clockwise from top: Denim rocks the runway. Photo: Drew Altizer PhotographyJunior League of San Francisco Infinitely Chic fashion show
3.31.14 -

"Infinitely Chic not only represents the timelessness and infinite nature of fashion, but also speaks to the legacy of the San Francisco Junior League: a long history, and a bright future... " Read more >

Photo from The Junior League of San Francisco Fashion Show ArchiveSTYLE; Fashion for Good
3.14 - The New Asterisk

"Celebrate the fantastic works of the Junior League of SF with an archive of photos from past galas right in time for the 88th Black Tie Gala Fashion Show... " Read more >

Fashion designer Karen Caldwell with past fashion show chairs Schuyler Hudak and Gail DeMartini at the patrons party for Infinitely Chic, February 2014The Junior League Fashion Show is Back!
3.14.14 - Red Carpet Bay Area

"Tickets are available for the Junior League of San Francisco's 88th annual fashion show, Infinitely Chic, on Friday, March 21, 2014, at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. As in previous years, the event will feature both lunch and dinner shows with fashions modeled by Junior League members, their spouses and children... " Read more >

Meet designer Trina Turk at the Belk charity fashion show Sunday. It benefits the Junior League. COURTESY OF TRINA TURKStylin': Meet designer Trina Turk at Belk charity fashion show
3.4.14 - News & Observer

"I've done Junior League events in San Francisco and San Diego, she says. The Junior League is an organization of women who are helping their communities, and they also happen to be my customer. I think it's a great synergy between the women involved in Junior League and what we do as a brand – women helping their community be a better place... " Read more >

Samantha Kauser, Krista Tan, Kyleen Breslinl, Tom Wilkinson, Amanda ChristoffJLSF Annual Fashion Show Launch Party
3.4.14 - SF Magazine

"Infinitely Chic by The Junior League of San Francisco hosted a Fashion Show & Gala Launch Party at the W Hotel to celebrate their 88th Fashion Show taking place March 21... " Read more >

Kristen Martin and Jasmine Sterling at the Junior League of San Francisco's Fashion Show Launch Party on February 20, 2014. PHOTO BY DREW ALTIZER PHOTOGRAPHY/SFWIRE/DREW ALTIZER PHOTOGRAPHYJunior League of S.F. Fashion Show launch party
2.27.14 - SFGate

"In preparation for the annual fashion show taking place in March, the Junior League hosted a launch party on February 20, 2014... " Read more >

Pictured: Kimberly Hooker, chair Devon Diebel, and Sabrina LowellCover sponsored by: Mosaic Financial PartnersPhotographer: Meghan MacAskillHair & Makeup: DreamGirls Makeup InstituteGowns & Jewelry: Karen CaldwellSF Junior League Fashion Show on March 21
3.14 - Nob Hill Gazette

"The 88th annual Junior League of SF fashion show, Infinitely Chic, will be held on March 21 at The Fairmont SF. Enjoy an elegant luncheon and black-tie dinner and gala with a cocktail hour, silent auction, live auction, and fashion show. The professionally-produced... " Read more >

Chaz Flexman & Whitney Hudak PHOTO CREDIT: DIANA MULVIHILL FOR DREW ALTIZER PHOTOGRAPHYJunior League of S.F. Fashion Show Pre-Party
2.13.14 - C California Style

"The 88th Annual Junior League of San Francisco fashion show celebratory launch party was held at Saks Fifth Avenue in San Francisco’s Union Square on Thursday, February 6. The League’s patron committee welcomed members and friends who will moonlight as runway models for Infinitely Chic, the fashion show and gala benefiting a host of Bay Area charities that will be held on March 21... " Read more >

Jiji John at the Junior League of San Francisco Fashion Show Model Tryouts on January 9, 2014. 
1.15.14 - SFGate

"In preparation for the 88th annual Junior League of San Francisco Infinitely Chic Fashion Show on March 21, 2014, ladies strutted their stuff at the Fairmont Hotel for a chance to walk the show's catwalk... " Read more >

Tony Sananikone brought a floaty black dress out onto the Junior League runway. Photo: Sandra Garcia, Drew Altizer Photography/SFWIREFashion Incubator class' styles hit runway
3.12.13 - SFGate

"The show, produced by longtime runway show producer Natalie Smith, had plenty of sass. There was something for everyone, from workout wear to wedding gowns... As midnight rolled around, five adrenaline-fueled fashion designers did what comes naturally after a big runway show. They partied, and put off thoughts of fabric and fit, at least for a little while... " Read more >

Designer Trina Turk walks on the runway after her collection was presented at the 2010 Junior League of San Francisco Fashion Show; Steve Goetz models menswear at the 2011 show; a swimsuit model in 1998; and children's fashions in 2008. Photo: Jana Asenbrennerova, The Chronicle League Fashion Show sets new course
2.24.13 - SFGate

"The fashion show, with its whimsical themes and professional presentation, represents about 65 percent of the league's fundraising for the year, according to PR co‐chair Alexandra Skillman. Since the league's founding, $24 million has funded community grants. The 2012-2013 charities are Janet Pomeroy Center, La Cocina, Raphael House, International Rescue Committee and the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center... " Read more >

L-R: Margaret Shaw Lilani, Mina Seong, Schuyler Hudak, Michelle Curtis and Sealy Livermore at the Junior League Fashion Show Gala 2012 at the Fairmont Hotel April 13, 2012. Photo: Heather Wiley, Drew Altizer PhotographyJunior League of San Francisco fashion show gala
4.29.12 - SFGate

"It was a full day at the Fairmont Hotel for the Junior League volunteer models and, in some cases, their children and spouses. Both the luncheon and black-tie gala, which together drew about 1,500 guests, included a VIP penthouse party, silent and live auctions, and fashion shows. The league has raised about $600,000 this year, according to member and PR adviser Alexandra Skillman... " Read more >

Susie Hall, models and junior league member, poses for a portrait before the annual Junior League of San Francisco Fashion Show at the Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, Calif. Friday March 19, 2010. Photo: Jana Asenbrennerova, The Chronicle League fashion show raises half million
3.28.10 - SFGate

"This year's featured guest, Los Angeles designer Trina Turk, who came to the event, showed about 15 breezy, bright and beachy print and solid halters, shorts, minis, knit tops and tunics in hot pink, yellow, navy and coral from her spring collection that made one want to excuse oneself from the luncheon table and get on a plane to Hawaii... " Read more >

Photo: Moanalani JeffreyThe Junior League of San Francisco's 84th Annual Fashion Show, Through the Looking Glass Part I
3.22.10 - San Francisco Examiner

"It was one of the sunniest days this year to enjoy the picturesque view of San Francisco and the Bay. One intriguing room was the circular two-story library. The second story just a narrow walkway leading the adventurous around the shelved books. The walls of another room were completely covered in ceramic tiles. They looked as if they'd been painstakingly transported piece by piece from an ancient Persian temple... " Read more >  Read part II >

Atmosphere Photo:Moanalani JeffreyHeights for the Junior League of San Francisco Fashion Show Launch Party
3.30.09 - San Francisco Examiner

"80's cover band, Pop Rocks gave a rousing performance while dressedas the night's captains. Their high energy performance kept up with the impressive turnout. 400 people were expected but from the look of the stylish group at One Leidesdorff, they exceeded expectations... " Read more >

Photo: 2000Preparing To Strut For Charity / Big fashion show finances Junior League activities
3.14.00 - SFGate

"The organization has traveled far from the high tea society with which most people associate it. It now lobbies for such causes as stronger laws against domestic violence and pushed for passage of the 1994 Violence Against Women Act, which provided federal grants for local agencies to combat crimes against women. This is clearly not your rich auntie's Junior League... " Read more >