By Punch Correspondent Darryl Keeton
Car enthusiasts and fashionistas alike were on full display at the Italian Embassy in DC Saturday evening. The Embassy played host site to the 7-7-7 Fashion Series, one of seven Fashion Shows promoted by VIP Exclusive Fashion. The series features seven fashion shows in seven cities and began with the premiere launch in Miami, FL back in March. Los Angeles followed in May and on June 29th DC got it’s shot.
The 7-7-7 Project supports local charity organizations through their events. This year the DC event was in support of Fashion For the Cure, an annual event which raises awareness and funds for DC-area breast cancer initiatives through fashion and art. “Fashion for the Cure” is the signature program for the non-profit organization, Cause and Affect, Inc.
Terrance Shaw, CEO of the VIP franchise served as host for the show. Designers included Steven McDermott for Stevie Mac, Lili Forrest, Estella Couture, Stacey Barker, Cheri Fashions, LLC, Jacqueline Hutcherson, Occeus Couture and Jerha Couture.
For information on future host cities, visit the VIP-Exclusive Fashion Website at http://vip-exclusive .org.
**Darryl Keeton is a distribution executive in the asset management industry. He and his wife Zoe Rodriguez-Keeton share a passion for adventure, travel and sports. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.***