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At Walk This Way, Fashion Stepped Out Against Domestic Violence

The Second Annual **Walk This Way** Charity Fashion Show took place last evening at The Liaison Hotel in Capitol Hill. The event was hosted by Becky's Fund and Eric Finn Custom Clothiers, and as anticipated, many of D.C.'s social and philanthropic elites were present, including WUSA 9's Angie Goff.

Walk This Way

Join Becky's Fund this Tuesday evening, September 28, 2010, as fashion takes a stand against domestic violence.

That's right. Eric Finn Custom Clothiers and Becky's Fund will host the Second Annual **Walk This Way** Charity Fashion Show. There, Matt Landsberg, founder and owner of the luxury men’s clothier, will showcase his collection, which will be modeled by local professional athletes and celebrity models.

D.C.'s social and philanthropic elites are expected to congregate for this fabulous event, which will benefit Becky’s Fund, a Washington, D.C.-based national non-profit organization that uses education and empowerment to prevent and raise awareness regarding domestic violence.

Clinique Fresh Faces Tour Stops in Foggy Bottom at The George Washington University

This Foggy Bottom/GWU story comes to us from Kirsten Steglich:

Clinique, the number one prestige cosmetics brand in the United States, and Teen Vogue, the leading teen fashion magazine, are launching the second annual Clinique Fresh Faces Tour today.  The 13-city tour will travel to college campuses and select Nordstrom locations from September 14th through November 9th to inspire young women interested in fashion, beauty and publishing careers and educate them about how to break into these desirable industries. 

On September 22nd, the Clinique Fresh Faces Tour in association with Teen Vogue will stop at the George Washington University and deliver a unique beauty experience while educating young women on how to get started in a related field.

District Sample Sale Proves That Fashion and Charity Go Hand In Hand

Last night, Georgetown's M Street was abuzz as hundreds of fashionable women—from up and down the east coast—attended the District Sample Sale. The event is hosted twice-annually by the District Sample Sale Foundation, which was founded by Real Housewives of D.C. star Mary Schmidt Amons, Shannon Haley, Liberty Jones, Barbara Martin and Jayne Sandman. Prior to this eighth installment of the Sale, the Foundation had raised over $187,000 for local charities.

Fashion Night Out Coming to the DC, Georgetown Morton's

On Friday, September 10, Morton's The Steakhouse on Prospect Street in Georgetown will host the "Fashion's Night Out" charity auction.  The event will run from 6:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m., and will feature local businesses raising money for Labels for Love, a charitable fashion organization.

The Morton's, located at 3251 Prospect Street just of Wisconsin Avenue, will be serving hors d'oeuvres and discount drinks.  There will also be a silent auction to support Labels for Love.  The auction will feature items from several neighborhood boutiques, including:

  • Betsey Johnson
  • Simply Soles
  • Urban Chic
  • And more!

Check out Fashions Night Out for updates and more information on the event.