"Legends of Style, Saluting Our Icons" Fashion Show
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – MECCA Chapter is proud to present:
“LEGENDS OF STYLE: SALUTING OUR ICONS” FASHION SHOW
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – MECCA Chapter (NCBW-MECCA) invites you to experience a night of legendary high fashion while giving back to the community on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 7 p.m. Pre-VIP reception starts at 6pm. Dwight Eubanks, celebrity hair stylist and event planner, is the creative director of the fashion show.
Join us for an exclusive evening of delectable treats, swanky cocktails, live entertainment and beautiful models as we raise money to benefit NCBW-MECCA’s Scholarship Fund. Legends such as Coco Mitchell and other supermodels will be in attendance. One of our featured celebrity fashion designers will be Bramer Leon.
A silent auction will also be available where you’ll have the opportunity to walk away with some amazing items!
So come dressed to impress in your best cocktail attire, and help us celebrate Black History month as we salute some of the best in the fashion and beauty industries with an exquisite night of charity and fashion.
NCBW-MECCA is a 501c-3 non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to advocacy for women and children. Our programs and strategic alliances with corporate and community partners promote proven agendas in leadership development, health, education, and economic development.
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National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc.-MECCA Chapter
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. - MECCA (NCBW-MECCA) tries meet the diverse needs of its members, and to empower women in general, MECCA advocates for and implements programs that: (a) use the tools of role modeling and mentoring to provide meaningful guidance to young women; (b) establish links between MECCA and the corporate and political sectors; (c) enable women to be a visible force in the socio-economic arena; (d) meet the career needs of these women and facilitate their access to mainstream America; and (e) provide an effective network.
Teen mentoring is an integral component of MECCA and a long-term meaningful plan for managing MECCA’s Educational & Mentoring program, The Little Ladies of MECCA (LLM) is critical. We identify girls in the community in high school and provide educational classes in many areas of their development including career choices, personal relationships, community involvement and financial literacy.
For more information about the dynamic work of NCBW-MECCA or its LLM Program, visit www.nc100bwmeccaga.org or call 404-983-6882.