Thursday, December 18, 2014

Celebrity-filled Runway Show Sets a New Standard for Fashion Benefits

Celebrity-filled runway show sets a new standard for fashion benefits strives to make a difference this holiday season by sponsoring and attending the 1st Annual Runway Wonderland Children's Benefit by the Trina's Kids Foundation

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wednesday December 10th there was only one place to be in Los Angeles, and that was the Runway Wonderland at Hubble Studios. The turnout was impeccable with women dressed in floor length dresses and men done up with suits and ties. Revolutionary fashion e-commerce website proudly sponsored the event along with other well known fashion and beauty brands. The star-studded audience included Floyd Mayweather, Mohamad Hadid, Terrell Owens, Brian Greenberg, Geoff Stults, and Molly Moll, just to name a few.

Hubble Studios teamed up with The Boys and Girls Club for the event, all to benefit the Trina's Kids Foundation. The event was hosted by E! News personality Terrence J while guests experienced a high-energy fashion show by Michael Costello and Walter Mendez. The designers had celebrities such as Christina Milian walking the runway, as well as musical entertainment provided by Fabolous and DJ ProStyle. The live & silent auctions were full of exclusive items, including a dinner date with Lilly Ghalichi & Dhar Mann.

About Le Jolie: Le Jolie is an online boutique with accompanying designer sales offering top fashion trends for men, women and kids as well as accessories and home goods up to 80% off retail price, along with a Flexible Payment option giving you Access to Excess. They offer a variety of must-have brands and products, from luxury designer lines, vintage, introductory labels by new young designers, and their own Le Jolie Boutique.

About The Boys and Girls Club: Since 1944, BGCSM has given kids and teens what they need to succeed in life in a safe and nurturing environment. The Club provides youngsters with the foundation to develop socially, succeed in school, stay physically active and prepare for positive futures. They currently serve over 9,000 young people living in the greater Los Angeles area, from 6 to 18 years of age.


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