GUYS WITH TIES PHILANTHROPY “WHITE PARTY FASHION SHOW”
Guys With Ties of Orlando annual “White Party Fashion Show” returns Friday, June 14 at 180 Grey Goose Lounge at the Amway Center in Downtown Orlando from 8pm-10pm. Renowned local fashion stylist Melanie Pace will take the stage as emcee with creative direction by Studio|Couture. This year’s White Party Fashion Show proceeds, which will also include funds raised at the upcoming White Party event in July, benefit the Children’s Homes Society of Florida.
“The White Party Fashion show is the premiere kick-off event for Guys with Ties most anticipated event of the year, The White Party,” says GWT President and Event Chair JR Tanghal. “Guys With Ties puts the fun into fundraising – and this year’s event will feature an exciting fashion show showcasing today’s hottest white apparel from local boutiques including Violet Clover, Sophie & Trey, Babe & Liz’s, Lauren Nicole and Downtown Divas, sure to get people in the mood for this summer’s White Party.” Find out here about successful event management.
The Children’s Home Society of Florida is Florida’s oldest non-profit provider of services for thousands of children and families in your community. CHS protects and heals children, builds and strengthen families and rescues and embraces teens struggling to survive on their own though a wide range of programs and services within the state including: foster care, adoption, child abuse prevention, emergency shelters, group homes, case management and treatment for developmentally disabled children.
White stylish attire is optional. Experience the White Party Fashion Show on June 14 at 180 Grey Goose Lounge located at 400 West Church Street in Downtown Orlando. A $15 cash donation is recommended at the door. The 8th annual White Party will be held Saturday, July 20. For more information on upcoming Guys with Ties events, visit www.guyswithties.org.
Friday, June 14th, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM at 180 Grey Goose Lounge located at 400 West Church Street in Downtown Orlando Florida!
Video from last year: