The show will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2011, at the University of Maryland College Park, Stamp Student Union inside the Colony Ballroom. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show will begin at 7:00pm. The “Beautiful Disaster” is a play on hard and soft, edgy vs. preppy. Auxilly is well known for her ability to contort the most difficult of fabrications into beautifully edgy garments, making her the perfect match for the show’s premise.
Project I.N. V.O.G.U.E will donate all proceeds from “Beautiful Disaster” to the charity Abused and Homeless Children’s Refuge- Alternate House (http://www.thealternativehouse.org/
Tickets can be purchased from http://projectinvogue.eventbrite.com/
About Project I.N. V.O.G.U.E
Project I.N. V.O.G.U.E (Impacting Valuing Our Girls: Uplift and Empower) consists of four young girls in high school located in the Metropolitan area, based at the University of Maryland College Park, who have a passion for fashion and aspire to learn more about business. Project I.N. V.O.G.U.E is a program designed to address the needs and visions of minority women in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, ages 15-18. The program began in the summer of 2010 through the visions of, Tina Olayimika and Isimemen Ojeabulu. www.projectinvogue.com.
About Dominique Auxilly
Dominique Auxilly is a New York born and bred, self -taught designer, inspired by the New York scene, 40’s and 50’s films and by the Jamaican dancehall culture. The Auxilly brand is a revamped interpretation of old Hollywood glamour. Auxilly’s take on her aesthetic, “It’s as if Marilyn Monroe lived in 2050.” Visit www.dauxilly.com for additional information.
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