McMullen Spring Fashion Show 2020

McMullen Spring Fashion Show: Benefitting the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula


Sherri McMullen, San Francisco Bay Area’s Leading Fashion Innovator Collaborates with Co-host and Philanthropist Chelsea Lynch on McMullen’s Spring Fashion Show.

Photography by Drew Altizer.


On February 28th, McMullen hosted 75 attendees for an intimate gathering at their first Spring Fashion show in the new Palo Alto location which opened in September 2019.“This Spring Fashion Show is a great way for McMullen to become more involved in the local Palo Alto community, while supporting an amazing cause and organization that we believe in,” says McMullen. The Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula is an organization focused on fulfilling young people’s lives with a good education fair paying jobs, decent housing, and the ability to raise a family. 

Photography by Drew Altizer.


Featured runway looks included renowned designers, Ulla Johnson and Mara Hoffman. Hair and makeup were executed by Glam Squad, and wines were provided by Paula Harrell Wines. Guests were able to shop exclusive collections including Christopher John Rogers and Jacquemus. 10% of McMullen’s guests’ sales from the event on Thursday, February 26th through Thursday, March 5th will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula.

Photography by Drew Altizer.

Photography by Drew Altizer.

Photography by Drew Altizer.




Thank you to our hair and beauty sponsor:

Photography by Drew Altizer.


In its twelve years, McMullen Oakland has become well known for bringing global fashion and experiences to the Bay Area. “Our brand is focused on supporting design and manufacturing that can impact communities and empower women,” says Founder and CEO, Sherri McMullen. Aimed at filling the market gap, McMullen has a commitment to supporting African and African-American apparel and home decor designers.The sister McMullen location, at Town and Country Village in Palo Alto, is a 2500 sq ft boutique that “enables us to better serve clients throughout the Bay Area, as well as to elevate the top, current fashion” says McMullen. “Silicon Valley is full of dynamic women and leaders within technology, art, philanthropy and business. We offer a space for clients interested in curated, fashion and community experiences.” 

Photography by Drew Altizer


Thank you to our wine sponsor: