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One upcoming event that hopes to offer support to those who have recently been diagnosed with the disease will be held Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for ladies and gentleman who want to see haute couture trends in fashion hit the runway for a fabulous cause.
Celebrity designers Rosita Hurtado, accompanied by Lisu Vega, Maria Lepe and DZiegher, will unveil their new visions for female fashion this upcoming season. The Second Annual Fashion for Her event will showcase models parading the latest trends worn by international celebrities.
"I'm extremely excited about this second year of Fashion for Her. More than 35 models will be onstage, setting the tone like Miami fashion style shows in the beautiful Naples, Florida," Hurtado said.
Lepe will also be showcasing her high-end bathing suit collection, and she looks forward to meeting and greeting attendants.
"Breast cancer awareness is something I feel very strongly about, and I have a friend who went through it. As a woman, it is important to support things like this to find a cure for this illness," said Lepe, who has designed fashions since she was 16 years old. She is a graduate of the Art Institute of Miami and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She is one of many designers who will be showcasing their creations from the runway to a trunk show, too.
D'Latinos magazine and Fifth Third Bank are hosting the event and all proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer."
The event will include a buffet dinner and professional networking during a cash bar happy hour. Mayela Rosales, executive editor at D'Latinos, will host the event with local celebrity NBC-2 news anchor Stacey Deffenbaugh.
"This is our second year doing this event, and we are looking forward to bringing awareness and bringing more support to making strides against breast cancer," said Natalia Zamora, a marketing coordinator for D'Latinos. "We expect about 250 to 300 women, and we're expecting even more in attendance this year."
Fashion for Her tickets cost $75 per person or table purchases are available at www.dlatinos.tv/fashion. Tickets may also be purchased by calling (239) 254-9995, extension 218, or by emailing an RSVP with payment information to [email protected] No tickets will be sold at the door.
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