The Hughes Center Spooktacular Fall Open House

The Hughes Center hosted a Spooktacular Fall Open House at the end of October at the Curtis Center. I’ve attended several events at the Curtis Center and love it as a venue. Very spacious, and gorgeous. It’s hard to believe it’s an office building lobby.
The caterer at the Curtis Center is Cescaphe, which I highly recommend. OK but now to the reason we were there.
Dr. Susan M. Hughes, MD, F.A.C.S., is Harvard trained and among the most experienced and highly educated facial cosmetic surgeons in New Jersey. She has been selected a Philadelphia Magazine, South Jersey Magazine, and SJ Magazine “Top Doc”. Here Dr Hughes is with Susie Johnsen and Julie Dorenbos of Skin Pallette.
At the event demostrations of what Dr Hughes’ office could provide in if you are considering facial cosmetic surgery, and also medical spa services for a fresh and vibrant appearance without going under the knife.
There were also vendors at the event displaying their wares. The Holidays are only about 6 weeks away. So foreign especially with this recent 70F weather. Above Nicole and Mary Harvey of Rack and Roll Clothing offer many stylish clothes to make your fall wardrobe rock.For facial rejuvenation most people don’t realize that there are three areas of the face that may or may not need some help. The face is divided into three sections, the Upper, Mid and Lower. Over time each section experiences skin wrinkling, fat deflation and sagging. They can all be improved with Laser skin tightening, fat or filler injections, and now mini incision face lifting. For more information, and then click here to request a consultation with Dr. Hughes.
Proceeds from the days events went to the charity Little Smiles. Their mission is to help children escape their everyday pain and allow them to be a kid again, even if it’s for a short period of time. We respond to the needs of the children and provide whatever we can to make their day a little brighter. We help put a smile back on the faces of children who need it most.
There were raffle prizes that included designer bags, and lot of Botox Filler & Zeltiq.

Johnny Columbus and Michael Lewis, Philly Cupcake 1132 Chestnut Street, offers sweet treats for kids and grown ups alike.
The candy shoe (AUTUMN ‘CRAZY’ CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTON) pictured here is constructed with 72% dark Belgian chocolate with a layer of painted white chocolate. Our signature non-perils are used to create a fabric look and Jelly Belly Jelly Beans are used to create a magicalsignature non-perils are used to create a fabric look and Jelly Belly Jelly Beans are used to create a magical line around the collar of the shoe. Jelly Bellies are also used to create the magical heel and soul of this edible shoe creation. Custom bow are constructed of white chocolate and embellished with non-perils and sour gummy and cream pumpkins. The shoe is 100% edible and is one of a kind. We can create your custom shoe at your request at $225Fern Pogust and Marina Vogel.
(Photos Taken by Mike Russo, Gabello Studios, on behalf of