Fashion Fight For A Cure At Depasquale The Spa
August 8, 2011 (Morris Plains, NJ) – In the spirit of Fall Fashion, Depasquale, The Spa will play host to their second annual Fashion Fight For A Cure on October 2, 2011.
The creative and competitive runway show put on by the talented staff of Depasquale, The Spa, is in an effort to benefit Cancer Care at Saint Clare’s Hospital.
This year's theme is a runway competition in beauty and fashion with the purpose of uniting everyone in the battle against cancer.
Taking place at the Hanover Marriott, the popular and lively charity event will feature a runway style “walk‐off” competition as talented artists from Depasquale, The Spa engage in a fun‐filled battle of style and fashion.
Coming off the heals of last year’s sold out event hosted by Caroline Manzo of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, celebrity judges will be on hand to rank the teams on most original style as models ranging in age from toddlers to adults strut their stuff in BCBG‐ sponsored apparel.
This year’s guest judges include celebrity stylist Alisa Maria, Modern Salon beauty editor extraordinaire Maggie Mulhern and additional celebrity judges to be announced soon.
Guests will be given the VIP treatment and will mix and mingle at a one‐of‐a‐kind red carpet reception complete with gift bags, a silent auction and $10,000 raffle drawing.
Inspired by Dr. David DePasquale, a beloved member of the DePasquale family who lost his battle with cancer at the age of 42, this VIP event is being hosted in an effort to raise funds and awareness in memory of Tatyana Petrushkevich and the friends and families we all know that battle cancer. Tatyana, a professional at the spa for 15 years died of cancer in April. She was 50.
General admission is $75. For sponsorship opportunities and to purchase tickets please visit www.depasqualethespa.com/fashion‐fight‐purpose or call 973‐538‐3811.
Saint Clare’s goal is to provide world‐class expertise and technology with care that is personal, supportive and compassionate. For more information please visit www.saintclaresfoundation.com.All proceeds will go to the Cancer Care Center at Saint Clare's Hospital. In 2010, over $60,000 was donated. The event was sold out again this year and drew support and sponsors from businesses, celebrities, and friends throughout Morris County and surrounding areas.
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