Young Men of Brophy ‘Set the World on Fire’

Brophy Fashion Show funds financial aid program

The Brophy College Preparatory Mothers’ Guild and Neiman Marcus hosted the annual Brophy Fashion Show to benefit the Brophy Financial Aid Fund at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel. More than 1,200 guests attended the Nov. 3 luncheon, which took as its theme “Set the World on Fire.” The runway show featured fashions by Monique Lhuillier, presented by Neiman Marcus and the designer. Lhuillier donated a ball gown to be raffled at the event.

More than 200 members of Brophy’s senior class dressed in fashions from Biltmore Fashion Park, Scottsdale Fashion Square, other retailers, the Brophy Varsity Shop and the school’s many clubs and sports teams.

Kathleen Graham and Missy Smith, both mothers of Brophy seniors, co-chaired the event, which raised $700,000 for the Brophy Financial Aid Fund.


The senior class of Brophy College Preparatory

Brophy attire available in a pre-luncheon boutique

John Graham, David Kolbe, Cade Smith and Drew Smith

Mothers’ Guild president Nancy Bates, Thomas Holben and Barbara Corpstein

Allison Harding, Brent Harding and Pam Harding

Principal Bob Ryan; Michael Schwab; Zion Maggitt; Christian Kirkland; Adria Renke, president; Sebastian Ribakare; Michael Niebling; Stacy Thomas; Jaxson Baker; and Luke Tanner

Larry Clemmensen, Carter Clemmensen and Carol Clemmensen

Noah Gonzales and Ariane Gonzales; Oliver Jacobsen and Kimberly Jacobsen

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