American Girl Fashion Show

 

The hugely popular doll brand to host fashion show soon — here's how you can participate in the actual show!

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Maria Tettamanti

This December, American Girl, the hugely popular doll brand, invites girls and their friends and families to experience the American Girl Fashion Show on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Shula’s Hotel & Golf Resort in Miami Lakes. This fun, engaging program showcases historical and contemporary fashions for girls and their dolls. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Embrace Girls Foundation’s after-school programs and camps. South Florida girls have until November 20th to sign up and participate as models in the show.  

American Girl is known for its flagship line of historical characters, representing pivotal times in America’s past. Each girl modeling in the fashion show has fundraised for the Embrace Girls Foundation and will model her favorite American Girl character. Funds raised will support the Foundation’s after-school programs and events.  

The fashion show will celebrate girls of yesterday and today through a colorful mix of historical and contemporary fashion. Guests will enjoy tasty refreshments, enter to win grand door prizes, and will experience how clothing has changed over the years to reflect history, culture, and girls’ individual styles.

Additionally, 12-year-old local singer-songwriter and philanthropist, Savannah Maddison, will give a performance as well as model in the fashion show, which will be emceed by current Miss Florida Teen USA, Natalie Fiallo, and Miss Miami Lakes Teen USA, Jackie Garcia- Casals

Tickets are $25 for regular admission and $50 for VIP tickets and can be ordered by calling the Embrace Girls Foundation at (305) 779-3780, or emailing info@embracegirlpower.org.  

Executive Director of the Embrace Girls Foundation Velma R. Lawrence says, "It's going to be a beautiful and entertaining event with holiday decorations as a backdrop, an awesome performance by Savannah Maddison, and an empowering show that every little girls should experience."

Girl power!

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