Last Thursday Dallas socialites flocked to Couture Gallery for a showcase of fashion and philanthropy. MOVEMENT- The Warren Center’s 1st Annual Spring Fashion Show brought out supporters to share in the night full of merriment as guests enjoyed bites by Eddie V’s, delicious cakeballs by CakeBallz and Neurosonic Beverages.
Leah Frazier, Cristina Barbe, Tara Null
Hosted by DFW’s Style Daily’s Editor- Leah Frazier, MOVEMENT brought familiar faces to the runway. Produced by Willie Johnson of WJ Productions we were in for a treat as Former Bachelor (What a hunk!) Jake Pavelka, Paul Salfen, Allison Edwards, Dr. Rohan Jeyarajah, The Warren Center child- Constance Jackson along with Frisco ISD students sweep the runway sporting frocks from Aftershock London, Elaine Turner, Edo Popken of Switzerland, Kid Biz and The Biz.
Jake Pavelka wearing Edo Popken of Switzerland
Lastly, Couture Designer Shemara Jeyarajah concluded the show with her custom Shemara Couture line consisting of women’s cocktail dresses, suits, gowns and men’s shirts that scream “I have arrived…”
I regret not getting a chance to snag one of the 100 “Chance Bags” that were sold (out)! It featured Kendra Scott jewelry, Dinner for Two and Martini Set by Capital Grille, Wine/Jazz Reception for 10 at Eddie V’s, Package of 3 Microdermabrasion’s by Naila Malik, M.D. and $150 Microdermabrasion and Spray Tan Packages by Skintastic!
Myself, Christian Craven and Jordon
With All Proceeds benefiting The Warren Center there’s no wonder fashion bloggers Christian Craven, Berty Morales and Kelley Barnes sat front row to gaze upon wonderful fashions for the worthy cause.
About The Warren Center:: For over 46 years The Warren Center has worked closely with families in North Dallas to ensure that every child with developmental delays has continued success. They put children and families first through their Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program for children birth to three, Therapy Services program for ages 3-5 and the Family Education and Support programs that show families they are not alone.