Washington, DC, October 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The President of the DC Continentals, Essie Page and Janette Hoston Harris, Event Chair invite you to Fashion is Life on Sunday, October 18, 2009 from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The show will incorporate fashion, music, and philanthropy with proceeds benefiting the Continental KIDSS (Kindness Is Doing Something Special) Program.
Fashion is Life will be hosted by popular modeling and style coach Paul Wharton. Paul has been seen on hit shows including MTV's hit series MADE model show, VH-1s series The Agency, and TV One’s Makeover Manor. Paul is the host of Top Model Makeover on the CW Network and he will host local model searches for the ever-popular America’s Next Top Model. Paul owns Evolution Look Modeling Agency in Washington, DC and Evolution Look Online, a company that dynamically creates flash portfolios and websites for creative talent. He provides image enhancement advice to young women that aspire to break into the modeling industry and to those that just want to look and be fabulous.
Fashion is Life will be more than just a fashion show. The afternoon will showcase top fashion, great live entertainment, and special guests. The fashion show will be produced and coordinated by nationally renowned fashion expert, Ida Lewis, owner of Ida’s Idea for 25 years. Special guests include Miss Black USA 2009, Shayna Rudd, a DC resident and educator in the DC Public School System. Shayna appeared in Tyler Perry’s movie Meet the Browns. Entertainment will be provided by The Fred Foss Jazz Quintet. The quintet will delight our spirit and soul with finely tuned Jazz. Foss has played professionally for over thirty-years.
Tickets for Fashion is Life are available for $85 and $100. Tickets can be purchase online at www.continentalsdc.org, or by in person by visiting Ida’s Idea; 931 7th Street NW; Washington, DC 20001; (202) 408-7904 OR Metamorphosis; 811 Wayne Avenue; Silver Spring, MD 20910; (301) 588-8901
About Continental Societies, Inc.:
Continental Societies, Inc., an international public service organization dedicated to the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of underprivileged children and youth, was founded in June 1956 and incorporated nationally in 1972. The Washington, DC chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. has provided services and assistance for more than 55 years to improve and enhance the quality of life for children and youths in the Washington metropolitan area.www.continentalsdc.org