Project Pink 2016

Wednesday, August 31

VIP reception begins at 5:30 pm; General admission begins at 6:30 pm
Regions Tower Rooftop
211 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis

Project Pink is our annual fashion show fundraising event. In 2016, we are celebrating year five of the fashion show.

See breast cancer survivors, co-survivors and local celebrities hit the runway modeling one-of-a-kind outfits. 25th annual Central Indiana Race for the Cure t-shirts are being repurposed into new, fashion-forward designs by students from the Art Institute of Indianapolis.

Project Pink Logo 1Event proceeds support the mission of Komen Central Indiana to help local women today with early detection of breast cancer and treatment navigation, and to help women tomorrow by funding research that makes early detection easier, care better and outcomes more successful.

  • General admission tickets: $25, includes fashion show, appetizers, desserts and cash bar
  • VIP tickets: $75, includes exclusive cocktail hour meet & greet, runway seating, appetizers, desserts and swag bag. Limited tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.

A limited number of tickets will be available at the door. 


Capital Group


The Art Institute of Indianapolis
Monarch Beverage
Moyer Fine Jewelers
Oasis Events
Sun King Brewery
Towne Post

For Project Pink sponsorship information, contact our Development Director, Nikki Mazelin.

Project Pink 2015 Recap

Your passion and support was incredible. With your help and the help from our sponsors, the Project Pink Fashion Show raised more than $30,000 to help fight breast cancer here in our community. We felt the love, and so did our amazing models! View photos from the 2015 event here.

Laken & Kristal WInner

2015 winning design


The winning design was created by Kristal Lopez and worn by Laken Kurtz who was walking in honor of her aunt who passed away from breast cancer. The winning design was voted for by our panel of six celebrity judges. The runner-up was a design created by Marie Smed and worn by Rachel Bogle, host of Mornings with Kyle and Rachel on RadioNow.





Joy Neely Trendsetter 2015

2015 Trendsetter


The 2015 Trendsetter Award went to breast cancer survivor Joy Neely! Joy raised $2,805 toward her Trendsetter fundraising campaign. This was the second year Joy rocked the runway. Congratulations!






Fashion with a Passion

The Susan G. Komen Central Indiana Project Pink Fashion Show raises funds that directly benefit women, men and families who are dealing with the costly challenge of breast cancer in our community. Local dollars also serve beyond our community as they support a significant portion of the best breast cancer research around the world. The 2015  fashion show raised more than $30,000 that will fund local breast health services and global breast cancer research. Thank you so much to everyone who made Project Pink a success!