Fashion to Figure Partners with VH1 Save The Music Foundation for Grand Opening of New Store

Fashion To Figure (FTF) to partner again with The VH1 Save The Music Foundation to celebrate the opening of a new FTF location in Kings Plaza Shopping Center on Saturday June 5th, 2010 in Brooklyn, New York.

Brooklyn, NY, May 27, 2010 --( After a successful May 1st Bronx, NY store opening event, Fashion To Figure (FTF) will partner again with The VH1 Save The Music Foundation to celebrate the opening of a new FTF location in Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Brooklyn, NY. On Saturday June 5th, 2010 at 1:00 p.m., FTF will cut the ribbon on their newest store and invite shoppers to celebrate the opening of their first store in the Brooklyn borough. FTF will be donating 10% of all sales from the day to The VH1 Save The Music Foundation in support of their mission to “ensure that every child has access to a complete education that includes the benefits of music instruction.” VH1’s Save The Music has facilitated children’s music education in schools across New York, donating $2 million of instruments to 78 schools in Brooklyn alone.

“We are excited to open in Kings Plaza Shopping Center and become part of the Brooklyn community, sharing our FTF Experience with local guests. Our commitment to supporting our stores’ local communities is a core value of FTF, and we are thrilled to continue our partnership with VH1’s Save The Music to raise awareness about the importance of music as part of children’s education” said FTF Co-Founder and CEO Michael Kaplan. He continued, “We were delighted to have the opportunity to make a contribution to Save The Music. We look forward to serving the Brooklyn community and making people’s lives better through providing them with the ultimate full-fashion shopping experience.”

As with the recent Bronx store opening, FTF is pleased to announce a donation of 10% of all sales from Saturday June 5th to The VH1 Save The Music Foundation. Representatives from the Save The Music Foundation will also accept direct donations at the event. Guests are invited to shop, enjoy complimentary light refreshments, and enter a raffle give-away to win a guitar courtesy of Save The Music, as well as gift cards from FTF.

Details: Saturday June 5th
12:00 – 4:00pm, ribbon cutting at 1:00 p.m.
Fashion To Figure
5166 Kings Plaza Shopping Center
First Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11234

Contact: Charlotte Paulson at or 800.949.3085

About Fashion To Figure (FTF)
FTF provides a trendy full-fashion shopping experience exclusively focused on ladies sizes 12-26. FTF is style by anyone's definition - a place where everyone wants to shop and where you will find the latest fashions at the very best prices. New fashion arrives every day and personal service is provided by FTF Fashion Stylists. FTF is dedicated to making people's lives better through providing the ultimate full-fashion shopping experience and was founded by the great-grandsons of Lena H. Bryant, the revolutionary businesswoman and visionary dressmaker who invented full-fashion more than 110 years ago. Go to for more information.

About The VH1 Save the Music Foundation:
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education programs in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. To date, VH1 Save The Music has provided more than $45 million in new musical instruments to 1,700 public schools in more than 100 cities around the country, impacting the lives of over 1.4 million children. With the support of people across the country and the 2010-2011 Ambassador Class including: OneRepublic, Chrisette Michele, Nick Lachey, Mandy Moore, Kelly Clarkson, Jason Mraz, Fall Out Boy, Colbie Caillat, it is The Foundation’s renewed commitment to donate one hundred million dollars worth of new musical instruments to ensure that even a greater number of students receive a comprehensive music education in the coming decade. Get involved and learn more at

Fashion To Figure
Charlotte Paulson