The girls from IN the Loop TV show sit down with Adrienne Harlow to talk about the upcoming Project Pink Fashion Show at the Regions Rooftop on Wednesday September 2, 2015.
IN the Loop TV Show is a media sponsor of Project Pink and here is a copy of the latest press release concerning this fun, fashionable event from the Susan G. Komen Foundation -Central Indiana.
Watch local celebrities and breast cancer survivors walk the runway in repurposed Race for the Cure® apparel, Wednesday, September 2, at the Regions Tower Rooftop in Downtown Indianapolis. Purchase tickets in advance by visiting Project Pink
Project Pink is hosted by Susan G. Komen® Central Indiana and raises funds for breast cancer research, local breast health services and education. The fashion show features one-of-a-kind garments designed by students from the Art Institute of Indianapolis. Students create an outfit using only Race for the Cure t-shirts and scarves provided by Komen Central Indiana. The celebrity judge panel will choose the winning design with help from the audience who can vote for the 2015 Trendsetter Award for $1 per vote.
A $25 General Admission ticket includes fashion show, appetizers, desserts, cash bar and fundraising opportunities. A limited number of $75 VIP tickets will include an exclusive cocktail-hour meet and greet and runway seating. The cocktail-hour meet and greet will allow VIP guests a chance to meet celebrity judges, models and designers. Guests will get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what goes on backstage as they prepare to hit the runway! The fashion show will feature Tom Britt for his 4th year as Project Pink Emcee.
Adrienne Harlow, a breast cancer survivor, is excited to model for her 4th year: “Project Pink is my favorite Komen event. Everyone involved truly enjoys it, especially the survivors! Getting all dolled up and celebrating our survivorship is really special.” Last year’s Project Pink reached 300 attendees who contributed to raising over $20,000 to help local women fighting breast cancer and fund global research. Thanks to events like Project Pink, Komen Central Indiana has awarded more than $15 million in community grants to local organizations that deliver breast health services. These breast health programs are providing mammograms, clinical breast exams, treatment assistance, survivor support, education and community outreach to more than 20,000 underserved women and men per year.
Visit Project Pink for more information and to purchase tickets in advance.
If you missed the segment on IN the Loop about Project Pink 2015 check out the video below. And don’t forget to watch me, Erica Stikeleather, every Sunday night at 11:30 on WISH-TV 8. Keeping you IN the Loop of everything that is Indianapolis.
You must log in to post a comment.