The Destin Woman's Club held its Annual Fashion Show on Friday, November 2nd. The luncheon and fashion show is the largest fundraiser the Destin Woman's Club does each year and this year was bigger and better than years past.
The Louisiana Lagniappe, with its beautiful view of the harbor was the perfect backdrop for this festive event and was all abuzz with the sights and sounds of a true celebration. The tables were adorned with wonderful decorations of Top Hats and oversized Martini Glasses accessorized with white gloves and pearls. The ever-popular Wine and Celebration Carts as well as the Silent Auction Tables were busy with guests buying tickets and placing bids. This year, local Artist Cindi Eastman, painted and donated a piece of her artwork that was used in all DWC advertising pieces as well as offered in the Silent Auction.
Current and past recipients of DWC fundraising participated in this year's event. Volunteers from Children In Crisis, Harvest House, Sacred Heart of The Emerald Coast, Children's Volunteer Health Network, Give Kids a Smile, and Fisher House as well as community representatives modeled some of the exquisite fashions from SOHO, Kiki Risa, Boca, Simply Elegant, Chico's, Brooks Brothers, and Jos. A Bank.
The monies raised from the Glitz and Glamour Fashion will go to the Fisher House of the Emerald Coast and the Destin Woman's Club Assistance Fund, which serves to aid and assist the needy in our area. This fund seeks to fill the gap between public assistance and self-sufficiency and strives to help in such a way that those in need may further help themselves.
This event could not take place without the generous support of the clubs many sponsors such as Destin Center for Cosmetic and Family Dentistry, Coastal Skin Surgery and Dermatology, Taylor By the Sea Hair Salon, and Bancorp South.
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"Glitz and Glamour" Behind the Scenes and More
Enjoy this short video of the Destin Women's Club Fashion Show, thank you to All Things Media for the videography and production of this video.