Ebony Fashion Fair proved a fabulous fit
Phantom nike superfly shoes chondra Profit, a hometown girl, returned to San Diego the other day as a glamorous model in the Ebony Fashion Fair.
The show this year is called To Be Fabulous. BEGIN BIGBOXAD >
Chondra, who attended San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, is one of 12 models in the traveling extravaganza, which began in Kentucky in January and will end in May in Canada. Last year show netted more than $2 million for nonprofits.
Sponsor of the show San Diego engagement was Las Mu of the Elementary Institute of Science. (That an afterschool program designed to interest young students in math, science and technology.)
Stephanie Andrews chaired the luncheon and fashion show at the Manchester Grand Hyatt.
Some of the Las Mu members who turned out for the event were Evonne Smith (she the president), Gail Martin, Leslye Rucker, Adrienne Smith, Rosslynne Ludden, Cynthia Jordan, Kimberly White, Evelyn Smith, Julia Rucker, Diane RicheyAndrews, Michan Lucas, Viola Jackson, Sabrina Goosby, Althea Dougherty, Clara Cunningham, Sandra Brown, and Jean Bolden.
Joyce Glazer was phantom nike among the 500 spectators, and so were phantom nike Lee Maturo, Rusti Bartell, Lisa Jackson, Toby Cohen, Lee Goldberg, Diane Clarke, Andrea Wild, Ardelle Matthews, Leslie Delotch, Doris Anderson, Joseph Vasquez, Darlene Davies, James Durfey, Freddie Jackson, and Barbara Brown.
Others included Mary Walker, Deborah Stephens, Ella superfly shoes Pearson, Mary Browne, Jeanne Young, Karin Camp, Ardy Shaw, Kay Taylor Hopkins, Esther Nahama, Reinette Levine, Regina Kurtz, Ingrid Chapman, Ruth Whitefield, Vivien Duncan, Beverly Horton, and Nell Clark.
They applauded truly spectacular designs by Bill Blass, Bob Mackie, Carolina Herrera, Monique Lhuillier, Chado Ralph Rucci, Oscar de la superfly shoes Renta, Christian Lacroix, Chloe, Emanuel Ungaro, Givenchy, Valentino, Vivienne Westwood, Issey Miyake, and many, many others.
The Ebony show is a rare opportunity to see the best in overthetop international fashion.
Tables in the Hyatt ballroom were covered in green satinstriped cloths or in white satinstriped cloths, both with matching napkins. Centerpieces were casual arrangements of longstemmed pink roses and white roses. (Pro Flowers donated those.)
The superfly shoes menu offered a salad of butter lettuce with tomatoes, feta cheese and edible flowers; basilroasted chicken with a chipotle demiglaze; and a Chocolate/Raspberry Rumble.
More Las Mu members in the large turnout were Eleanor Addison, Robin Graham, Viola Johnson, Joyce Kelley, Carlette Lewis, Joann Logans, Helen MartinHicks, Dorothy Mills, Denise Price, Chandra Reid, Deborah Roberson, Dortheria Sullivan, Lurean Taylor, and Vira Williams.
Vira has for years been a mainstay of the Ebony Fashion Fair visit to San Diego.
Many of her friends this year approached her with questions about the health of her mother, Maude Kennedy, and Vira assured them that she was along. mother is recovering from a broken leg superfly shoes.