Formerly Homeless, Wardrobe Stylist Reaches Back With Charity Fashion Event

Formerly Homeless, Wardrobe Stylist  Reaches Back With Charity Fashion Event

Tamika Price has a vision: To make every woman that has experienced homelessness feel inspired, beautiful, and believe in her own strength   Once homeless, the celebrity wardrobe stylist and founder of A-line Style Services, brings the 4th Annual Dangerous Curves Ahead Charity Fashion and Women’s Expo  at Zhou B Art Center, located at 1029 W. 35th Street, Saturday May 19th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. "My family was homeless for months when I was a child and it was an experience I will never forget.  This is my way of giving back to women in need and using my craft for styling for an amazing cause"

Price has managed to put together Chicago’s premier all sizes fashion event and continues to grab the attention of the fashion community with her effort.  Dangerous Curves Ahead  is unique in using fashion to raise awareness of homelessness while embracing the beauty  that all women possess.

This year's runway show will feature 7 fashion lines and models of all shapes, both slim and curvaceous.  The event will be hosted by WVON On-Air Correspondent, Jetta Bates.   The climax to Dangerous Curves Ahead will present a newly made over mother leaving the Grace House, a transitional housing facility on Chicago's west side, to embark on her new beginning. "Watching the mother that receives the makeover grace the runway is by far my favorite part of the evening - it is symbolic and empowering for not only her, but for the attendees as well" says Price.     VIP attendees will enjoy sponsored nibbles by N'ticing Ngredients and cocktails sponsored by Belvidere Lemon Tea and brag-worthy goody bags filled with hair & beauty products.  All attendees will also enjoy music, shopping with over 30 exhibitors and stylish giveaways.

Proceeds from Dangerous Curves Ahead benefit Price's not for profit organization, The A-line Foundation , which offers no-cost, therapeutic life-enhancing workshops and head-to-toe makeover services to mothers living in transitional housing facilities & shelters. The goal is to raise enough funds to provide at least 50 homeless women with makeovers and lifestyle workshops by the end of 2012.    For tickets, sponsorship inquiries and other information about  Dangerous Curves Ahead Charity Fashion & Women's Expo


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