Save the Girls returns to the Runway



Back for the 4th year in a row the highly anticipated Save the Girls designer bra fashion show will return to the runway at PNK Ultra Lounge on Sunday, June 17th. Models will be outfitted in creatively designed bras made by local media personalities and Seattle socialities including Brooke Fox of MOViN 92.5, Laura Cassidy, Fashion Editor of Seattle Metropolitan magazine, Christie Johnson of King 5 News, Lisa Hunter of NBC’s Fashion Star, Jenni Hogan of KIRO 7, Kaci Aitchison of Q-13, and many more! Guests will sip on signature cocktails, pose for photos on the pink carpet and participate in the evening’s raffle and silent auction to help make a difference for women in the community by raising money for the Puget Sound affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Brooke and Jubal of MOViN 92.5, Seattle’s most listened to morning show, will emcee the event for the second year in a row and unveil bras designed by morning show listeners! The evening promises to be exciting, inspirational, playful and provocative. Help Seattle “Save the Girls” and get your tickets now!

What: 4th Annual Save the Girls Fashion Show & Fundraiser

When: Sunday June 17th, 2012

Where: Pnk Ultra Lounge 600 Pine St. Seattle, WA 98101 (Located at Pacific Place)

Time: VIP Reception 3:00pm/General Admission 4:30pm/Fashion Show 5:30pm

Tickets: $25-40 via Brown Paper Tickets (Event ID: 246999)

Social Media: On Twitter @LBDressEvents – Event hashtag #SavetheGirls12

2012 Sponsors include Swink Style Bar, PNK Ultra Lounge, MOViN 92.5, Carly's Custom Cakes, Girly Girl Wines, New York Cupcakes, Angela Miller Inc., KIND bars, Sparkling ICE, Talking Rain, Brick House Photography, Gossip  & Glamour, Opal, PopChips, Tannya Bernadette, Seattle Metropolitan magazine, Vue Society, Pacific Dermatology, EFinancial, Etcetera, Chocolate Shop, Crave Health, Precept Wines, Michael Plosky Design, Luna Bar, Style Scout Seattle, Alison Turner Graphic Design and many more!

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