Ladies in their LBDs

The “Little Black Dress” is back.

The Center for Creative Education’s second-annual fund-raiser is scheduled for Nov. 1, 2012.

Susie Dwinell is honorary chairwoman and co-chairwomen are Kim Havlishek, Michele Jacobs and Rena Toppe Ueltshi.

Kim Havlicek, Susie Dwinell, Michele Jacobs, Rena Toppe Ueltshi

Kim Havlicek, Susie Dwinell, Michele Jacobs and Rena Toppe Ueltshi

The party begins at The Gardens Mall’s Saks Fifth Avenue entrance, where guests will valet park and be greeted with champagne. The cocktail reception will feature a silent auction in the Saks courtyard before guests head to the Grand Court for supper-by-the-bite tapas and a fashion show.

Saks will present runway and informal modeling of the season’s hottest trends. Ladies can continue the fun with a DJ and have their photo taken with their friends.

Grand sponsor for the “Little Black Dress” event is AutoCricket.com & JasonBrian.com. Fashion sponsor is Saks Fifth Avenue and media sponsor is Palm Beach Illustrated.

Proceeds from the event benefit Center for Creative Education, which provides arts programming to more than 11,500 underprivileged youth in 118 schools and after-school sites throughout the county last year.

Tickets to the “Little Black Dress” event are $150 per person and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, please call (561) 805-9927 or visit www.cceflorida.org.

Photo by Tracey Benson Photography.

Comment



  • « Older Entries
  • Newer Entries »