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EMERGE 2012: Evoluation of Fashion
Local fashion show benefiting the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities
This years’ fashion show will feature the designs of: Dani Oliva, Leluna Star, Julkee, Leneva and Dapper Style House with proceeds benefiting the TAMMY LYNN CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES;
Every aspect of the production – from lighting and set design, to marketing and promotion, guest services, public relations and of course, the runway collections – have been created from concept to execution for and by local designers.
“Evolution of Fashion” is an opportunity for local talent to experience the electric energy of a major runway production. Not only does the show provide them with a great opportunity to develop their design and production skills, but it also allows them the opportunity to be a part of one of Raleigh’s premier fashion events benefiting charity.
Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities was established in 1969 by parents of children with special needs: Billy and Ruth Pierce (whose daughter, the late Tammy Lynn Pierce, is the Center’s namesake), Betty and C. Durham Moore, Jr., and Helen and Irvin B. Tucker. The Center’s goal is to provide the individuals it serves the opportunity to maximize their abilities in a loving, nurturing environment. Proceeds from this event benefit Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation which supports the following programs and services of Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities:
For more information about the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities, contact Sarah Crawford, Director of Development at 919-755-2677 or visit www.tammylynncenter.org
For tickets and more information, please visit www.emergefashionnc.com
Page Updated Last on: Mar 27, 2012