To commemorate the centennial celebration of Children’s Medical Center, the Legacy chapter of the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center has partnered with long-time community ambassador jcpenney to host an exciting fashion presentation and luxury raffle. The Legacy of Love Benefit & Fashion Show will be held at jcpenney’s headquarters on March 26 at 6:00 p.m. All of the net proceeds from the Legacy of Love Benefit & Fashion Show will go directly to Children’s Medical Center.
Along with delicious bites from Wolfgang Puck’s team, guests will be treated to a fashion show showcasing more than 40 fashion looks for men, women and children available at jcpenney. Joe Mimran, creative director of Joe Fresh, will feature looks from the Joe Fresh collection, which will debut at jcpenney this spring. Mimran is an accomplished clothing and home designer whose influence is found with brands such as Club Monaco and Caban.
Special guest, Mackinlee Waddell, a patient of Children’s who underwent open-heart surgery at the young age of five, will speak at the event and serve as a model in the fashion show. Waddell’s experience at Children’s inspired her to become a spokesperson for Children’s through a number of events and initiatives held throughout the year. Bringing it all together is “America’s Sassiest Lifestyle Guru,” Steve Kemble, who will emcee the event, sharing his passion for philanthropy and fashion and encouraging guests to support the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center, Legacy Chapter.
In addition to the spectacular fashion event, there is a luxury raffle featuring incredible items such as a dream getaway to the Broadmoor Hotel, Diane Von Furstenberg dress and handbag, Lagos bracelet, David Yurman necklace, Apple iPad, Michael Kors designer handbag chosen and signed by Kors himself, jcp Dream Fashion Package, Dr Delphinium Floral Class and much more!!
For additional details visit www.childrensauxiliary.org/legacyoflove