Little City hosted Fashion Show
Benefit featuring latest
2011 Trends from Neiman Marcus
The benefit brought together Chicago's most fashion-forward talent to present
the latest spring and summer fashions while raising awareness for children
and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities
served by Little City Foundation. The event took place at the beautiful
Chicago Hilton Hotel.
This year, Neiman Marcus unveiled the latest trends for 2011 spotlighted on
a runway show starring Ford models. Some designers include: Diane Von
Furstenberg, Kate Spade, Elie Tahari, Tory Burch, Nanette Lepore, St.
John and Milly.
A trunk show showcased handcrafted textiles, accessories, ceramics,
jewelry and artwork created by the award-winning artists at Little City's
Center for the Arts-where creativity has no disability. The creations were
really an amazing work of art, many of the guests couldn't pass up this
opportunity to make a purchase and take some pieces home.
The event included cocktails and networking, a sit-down, plated dinner, great
raffle giveaways and concluded with the fashion runway showcasing
highly-coveted clothing lines from top Designers. Center pieces for the dinner
tables were one of a kind and created by the artists at Little City's Center for
Funds raised through Runway Exclusive 2011 help provide vital programs
and services for the children and adults with disabilities served by Little City
Little City Fashion Show Dinner was produced by Little City Foundation in
partnership with Michigan Ave. Magazine, Neiman Marcus, Ford
Models, and ZZAZZ Productions. If you missed this big event please go to
www.littlecity.org to find out about upcoming events or if you would like to
find out more about Little City.
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