From left: Kathy Maguire, Edward Barnes, corps de ballet for the Pennsylvania Ballet, Sharon Bozentka and Linda Dooney.
Last week the Cancer Support Community (CSC) hosted the 11th Annual “In Fashion!” Luncheon & Fashion Show at Saks Fifth Avenue on City Avenue. Nearly 100 ladies lunched, mingled and checked out fashions featuring special guest designer Johnson Hartig of Libertine.
2013 “In Fashion” Luncheon and Fashion Show
From left: Valerie Clemens, co-chair Amanda Burch, board president Marcie Kennedy, co-chair Wendy Rosen and Betsy Kania.
Wendy Rosen and Johnson Hartig of Libertine participate in a silent auction that included front-row seats at New York Fashion Week to see the Fall 2014 Libertine collection (which sold for $2,500), and a custom-made jacket by Libertine, which sold for $4,500 (Hartig also awarded the winner with a cashmere sweater).
From left: Barbara Eberlein and Noelle Wein.
From left: Tami Rieger, Lone Spillard and Anne Taylor came out to support the worthy cause.
Libertine made this special bag for live and silent auction winners.
Andrea Freundlich enjoys lunch with friends.
Inspirational modeling was done with a flair by local cancer survivors, caregivers and professional models which presented Hartig's Libertine collection during a fashion show during lunch.
Incoming Cancer Support Community CEO Kelly Harris. Kelly was formerly the CEO of Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley, which is in the process of merging with CSC. Both organizations will operate as Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia by the end of the year. The community center is located at 4100 Chamounix Dr. in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. This is a very exciting move, and one that will keep the mission alive to provide free social and emotional support programs and services to area men, women and children living with any type of cancer. I've raised over $30,000 for Gilda's Club in honor of my sister, Judy Wilkins, who passed away of ovarian cancer in 2009. Happy Thanksgiving, and happy birthday to my sister Judy who was born on Thanksgiving 1960.
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