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Fashion For Your Sole: Charity Fashion Show & Fundraiser Benefiting The Carying Place

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Fashion For Your Sole: Charity Fashion Show & Fundraiser Benefiting The Carying Place

It’s ALL about the shoes! The Women Business Owners Network of Cary hosted their annual Charity Fashion Show & Fundraiser “Fashion with Sole” at Tony’s Oyster Bar & Grill in Cary. The event featured shoes and accessories for raffle, with proceeds supporting The Carying Place. The event raised over $1100 in proceeds for The Carying Place.

The show included a beautifully integrated advertisement skit by WBON’s fundraising co-chairs, Christine Engelbrecht and Cindy Prince, featuring each of the event sponsors and showcasing  Spring 2013 ready to wear fashion. The models were decked out in the latest Spring and Summer designs from various accessible fashion brands such as Chaps, Marc Anthony, Rock and Republic, and Simply Vera Wang, all from their featured sponsor Kohls.

Local celebrity models included, Shaila Pandya (RNS Savings); Deb Zechini (Order in the House); Rob Kastelic (Outside Raleigh and Coffee News); Alice Osborn and her daughter Erin (Write from the Inside Out); Sandra Eisenring and her daughter Leone (The Diet Center) Lisa Cotter (Doctor’s Express) Catherine Katz (Cherished Celebrations); Renee Groom (Avon); Kelly Green-Krist (Green-Krist CPA) and Sharon Galluzzo (Home Video Studio), all of whom are members of the WBON. The show also included STYLE tips and advice  from two savvy advisers; Victoria Niemeyer (Business Development Manager for Echos Media Group) and Carolina STYLE Magazine‘s very own Men’s Editor, David-Alexander Coley.

 

 

The Carying Place teaches life skills for independent living, while providing short-term housing and support for families with children who do not have the financial resources to be able to acquire or maintain adequate housing in Wake County. Their mission is to help create  a new beginning for those who are homeless, working,“doubled-up”, otherwise inadequately housed, or who are in jeopardy of losing their current housing. They help individuals with families who are motivated to improve their situation, and are willing to work hard at budgeting, time-management and setting and attaining goals. Through financial assistance and broad-based counseling in life skills, The Carying Place seeks to help people work toward self-reliance and growth. To learn more or to make a donation to The Carying Place, please visit 

Getting ahead in business involves building relationships and support from other professionals. The WBON (Women Business Owners Network) of Cary is the premier organization for women who do business in South Western Wake County, that will assist you in reaching your personal and professional goals. To learn more about the Women Business Owners Network of Cary, please visit


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An artist and poet at heart, Florida native David-Alexander Coley has always had an eye for photography and fashion since the early age of 10. With his background primarily in the performing arts, David would spend his free time creating his own fashions, writing lyrics and short stories as a side hobby. Fusing together all of his passions, David-Alexander Sets forth into the stylish carolina scene; passionately making his brushstrokes within the landscape of the carolinas.

An artist and poet at heart, Florida native David-Alexander Coley has always had an eye for photography and fashion since the early age of 10. With his background primarily in the performing arts, David would spend his free time creating his own fashions, writing lyrics and short stories as a side hobby. Fusing together all of his passions, David-Alexander Sets forth into the stylish carolina scene; passionately making his brushstrokes within the landscape of the carolinas.

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