The Evoluer House puts on a great Show at Uof Arts – Lots of fashion, and fashionable people
Friday night the fourth annual fashion gala benefiting The
Evoluer House (http://www.evoluerhouse.org/)
The University of the Arts Dorrance Hamilton Hall. Looks in the show reflected
The Evoluer House’s values; bright yellow and metallic fabrics, revealing silhouettes
and tall stilettos broadcasted a message of empowerment. The organization
strives to challenge girls to think bigger, dream higher, love the skin they
are in, and overall be the best person they can be. Kithe Brewster, fashion
designer, editor and honoree at the event, captured those messages with his
garments. (The tall and toned Wilhelmina of PA models definitely added to that
message as well).
fall in those high stilettos, but thankfully no one did!
graced one of the four covers of its “All Black” issue, while Naomi
Campbell, Liya Kebede, and Jourdan Dunn graced the alternative ones – She was honored at the event. She’s with designer and
celebrity stylist Keith Brewster
Bobbi chaired media relations for this event to help raise awareness for The
Evoluer House. Congrats and thank you for the invite, Bobbi!
wanderlust traveler in this time & place interacting with God’s creations, Jeweler & artist, John Wind who just showed his art work at Basel a few weeks back, and Jennifer Francis director of marketing for Philadelphia Museum.
Dash, honorary chair of J’adore La Mode, and Kittura Dior who said she is Dash’s biggest
works to book models and grow the Wilhelmina modeling agency. Nice orange tie!
G. Leon 1938 (http://gleon1938.com/) clothing.
Self-Respect,” style director of Evoluer Image Consultants and founder
of The Evoluer House, is the quintessential authority on all matters
regarding beauty, style and self-image.
Evoluer House (http://www.evoluerhouse.org/). Since opening its doors in 2004,
the organization has helped over 700 girls through two core programs – the Evoluer
Personal Development Workshop and the Evoluer Workforce Development Program.
Wearing bold fashions are a perfect way for girls to show ambition, personal
development and positive self-image.
(Thanks to Ian M Crumm for his assist on writing this blog post.)