Philadelphia

Career Wardrobe Presents It’s Annual Charity Fashion Show With Local Celebrities

Career Wardrobe Presents It’s Annual Charity Fashion Show With Local Celebrities

Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has provided clothing and confidence to more then 80,000 job seekers throughout the Philadelphia region. With your help, we will outfit, educate and empower another 4,000 more this year! Last week they held their annual event at a new location, Moore College of Art and Design. Guests including fashionable Philadelphia as well as philanthropic friends and supporters of the program where the Philadelphia-based nonprofit social enterprise uses clothing and professional development to empower unemployed individuals to work. 

Fashion

Career Wardrobe’s annual Hope Walk is the centerpiece of Hope’s Night Out, showcased the hard work and dedication of our clients! Former Career Wardrobe clients who have successfully transitioned to work are joined on the stage by media personalities, elected representatives, and corporate sponsors, all of whom will donate the suit off their backs to an individual in need.

Fashion

 

Fashion

 

6-13-2017 10-43-10 AM (Custom)

 

Fashion

 

6-13-2017 10-46-23 AM (Custom)

Aundrea Cline-Thomas, NBC10 and Rahel Solomon, CBS3

Fashion

This year’s Hope Walk was a memorable one as they welcome Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney to the stage to help them celebrate the success of many Career Wardrobe clients.

Fashion

Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, Philadelphia City Council

6-13-2017 10-47-29 AM (Custom)

Cherri Gregg, CBS3 and KYW Newsradio

6-13-2017 10-47-41 AM (Custom)

Elizabeth Wellington, Philadelphia Inquirer

Fashion
Sue Serio, Fox29

Fashion

Councilman Derek Green, Philadelphia City Council

6-13-2017 10-48-32 AM (Custom)
Monique Braxton, NBC10

6-13-2017 10-48-47 AM (Custom)

 Amy Buckman, Philadelphia Media Network

6-13-2017 10-49-05 AM (Custom)
Thank you Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, Philadelphia City Council Councilman Derek Green, Philadelphia City Council Alison Burdo, Philadelphia Business Journal Aundrea Cline-Thomas, NBC10 Brian Lipstein, Henry A. Davidsen Master Tailors & Image Consultants Cherri Gregg, CBS3 and KYW Newsradio Debbi Calton, WMGK Jenice Armstrong, The Daily News Elizabeth Wellington, Philadelphia Inquirer Rahel Solomon, CBS3 Sue Serio, Fox29 for donating your threads to the worthy cause.

(Thanks to my client Career Wardrobe for providing the photos, as you know I was in Alaska last week on a cruise. It was lovely, but I missed so many of my fun events.)