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    Haute With Heart

    Thanks to friends of mine, I attended the 33rd Annual "Haute for Heart" Fashion Show and Luncheon last weekend.  It was a benefit luncheon to raise money for St. Madeline Sophie's Center which "serves adults with developmental disabilities".  The event was well put on with a huge silent auction, opportunity gift baskets, a scrumptious luncheon, and best of all, a fashion show!  The fashion show was organized by fashion show producer, Leonard Simpson, who showcased local boutiques and fashion designers. 

    One of the segments in the show included Five Loaves Two Fish by Kit Frye and Heather Haas.  They showcased a fine collection of children's clothing, adding in pieces for adults.  Their segment was so fun to watch.  Whose heart doesn't melt when you see young models walking the runway and strutting their stuff.

    Other designer segments included The Lewis Lattimore Collection by Bob Eix, Juelerie by Pamela Pogue, Q Couture by Qadir Hamidi, and Fuegorosa by Olga Cecilia.  I was able to capture a shot from Fuegorosa that I thought turned out quite lovely.  She went above and beyond, thinking through every detail of each model as they walked the runway.  Face masks, hair pieces, and all the models walked in 3's, posing slowly and perfectly to fit their design.  It was a hit!

    Overall, I think the event and the entire fashion show was very entertaining.  The men I was with, who don't typically find fashion very interesting, also enjoyed watching everything for it was new and different and they could see that each of the pieces used on the runway were special and very creative.

    • Posted on   08/24/10 at 05:17:09 PM   by Brooke  | 
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