Do The Extraordinary fashion company holding first fashion show on May 23

Seattle-based fashion company Do The Extraordinary (DTE) is announcing their first runway fashion show at RAW: natural born artists presents EXPRESSIONS on Thursday, May 23, 2013. The event will take place at the slick new Aston Manor venue, located at 2946 1st Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98134.

Guests will get a sneak peek of DTE’s brand new Urban sportswear and accessories line. Of the new line, DTE designer and owner Justin Kercher said, “This is a line of clothing geared for a generation of doers and world changers. They dream bigger than themselves and live on purpose.”

DTE will be one of two fashion designers showcased at the RAW event, along with local photographers, artists and performers, among which is local singer, songwriter and recording artist Nyoka ( “I’m looking forward to being showcased at an event with Nyoka,” explains Kercher. “She has such amazing talent and her soul/pop/electronica vibe will set the perfect tone for the night.”

The showcase is from 7pm to midnight. Advance tickets are $10 online at and $20 at the door. The event is 21+ and features a cash bar for cocktails while you enjoy the night. Dress code is cocktail attire, so dress the occasion and get ready for an artistic circus of creativity!

Boutique owners, specialty fashion buyers, fashion representatives and the like are invited to attend for a first-hand taste of the cutting edge style and quality of DTE’s urban apparel.

Do The Extraordinary (, is an urban sporstwear and accessories line, created by Justin Kercher and NFL MVP Shaun Alexander. DTE was founded with a vision to create a brand that exists to encourage, inform, inspire, unite, and invest in the extraordinary causes around us. DTE is a lifestyle brand outfitting a style-conscious generation committed to seeing our world a better place. A generation passionate about GOING, and SEEING and EXPERIENCING this extraordinary LIFE.

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