Fashion & Philanthropy

Fashion and fun collided Thursday night during the 2nd annual Fashion and Philanthropy event! The Mason Murer Art Gallery was transformed into a blended casino-night and high fashion showcase, to raise funds for Corporate CODE, a non-profit that provides interview clothing and career counseling for men in transition from displacement. All proceedes from the celebration of style went to benefit Corporate CODE efforts.

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Guests mingled, enjoying offerings from the VIP cigar bar, Vitamin Water Zero stand, and the OMG Booth (always a favorite). Celebrity bartenders poured drinks from major liquor companies like Grey Goose, Savida Sangria, and guests also viewed an unveiling of “Exposed for the CODE” photos. “Exposed for the CODE,” a coffee table book collection of artfully posed Atlantans (with amazing bodies), benefits a great cause and were available for purchase. Founder and spearhead of Fashion & Philanthropy James Brashears said, “Fashion & Philanthropy is truly a celebration of the gentleman. The turnout is great, but more importantly every dollar raised will go to support the lives of men in transition which is truly the reason we do this.”

Thank you to ABC Publicity for the invitation, Fashion & Philanthropy for another year of success and promoting an awesome cause in the city of Atlanta. For more information or to support the efforts of Corporate CODE please visit their website. 🙂

Peace,

Dawnavette

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About Dawnavette

A Modern Renaissance Woman passionate about writing, women's issues, race relations, pop culture and music.

Posted on June 19, 2011, in Commentary and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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