Women.Wine.Wear Fundraiser: A good time for a good cause

Women.Wine.Wear Fundraiser: A good time for a good cause

Love good wine, spring fashion and a night out with your girlfriends? Then you are going to love the women.wine.wear fundraiser with Nicole Miller benefiting Step Up Women’s Network. This event takes place on Wednesday, May 29, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Vertigo Sky Lounge located at the dana hotel & spa, 2 West Erie Street in Chicago.

The event is all for a very worthy cause -- to raise awareness and the resources to sponsor 10 girls for Step Up Women’s Network mentoring program.

Chicago’s most influential women will come together for an exclusive evening of networking, philanthropy, shopping, fashion and wine. Guests will shop luxury retailers, savor delicious hors d’oeuvres and sip fine wines. The event highlight will be a fashion show presented by Nicole Miller, emceed by Laura Schwartz, Former White House Director of Events and author of Eat, Drink & Succeedand local community leaders Bethany McLean, Gina Marotta, Michelle Molise, Tsi-tsi-ki Felix, Elise Hofer and Shalanda Holmes walking the runway showcasing the 2013 Spring/Summer collection.

Sponsors include Nicole Miller, dana hotel & spa, Moolagram, Pretty Quick, eventbrite, Nest Furniture and CS Magazine as media sponsor. Host committee members include Alison Ray (So Chic Media), Alexandra Megan (Sterling & Burke, LTD), Bethany McLean (Vanity Fair), Cassandra Gaddo (Step Up Women's Network), Coco Meers (Pretty Quick) Daione Mitchell (GEM Realty Capital, Inc), Elise Hofer (Modern Luxury), Gina Marotta (Coach & Happiness Advocate), Heather Gustafson (CMK Realty), Jules Vance (jules), Mercedes Alonzo (Nicole Miller), Michelle Molise (Molise PR), Mistie Lucht (Playground Pointers), Souk 'Nunu' Supantavong (Nunu Look), Shalanda Holmes (Chicago Public Schools) Stephanie Dressel (Moolagram) and Tsi-tsi-ki Felix (TTK Collections).

Tickets are $75-$95 online http://stepupwww.eventbrite.com All proceeds benefit Step Up Women’s Network to help sponsor ten underserved teen girls in Chicago.


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