The Heart of America Foundation has been producing Sweet Charity, a fashion show sponsored by Des Alpes and Albert Uster, which features models on the runway dressed in costumes of chocolate, sugar, and marzipan. It was a sweet night for an even sweeter cause!
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It was a heavy duty to be Miss Sweet Charity for the Sweet Charity chocolate fashion show tonight – “heavy duty” mostly because of the 25 pound chocolate cake on my head. It isn’t a heavy duty at all to help raise money for children’s literacy… especially when every dollar raised buys a new book for a child, or fills the shelves in a neglected library.
(Photo credit, the fabulous Pamela Sorensen of Pamela’s Punch)
And you can check out my write-up of the event in DC Style by clicking here.
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Kate, you were the most professional on the runway … but of course, that is because you ARE a pro! Job well done. 🙂
Kate, you are so lucky I was not there. I would have probably run off with that chocolate hat. You looked stunning.
You were very lovely that night, Kate…of course, you’re very lovely every day! You can see my blog entry and photos plus a link to more photos and videos from that evening on my blog: http://www.joeganci.blogspot.com.