On Thursday night, the Junior Friends of The Campagna Center's 13th Annual Toast to Fashion featured fashion, music and prizes—all for charity. The event, which was attended by hundreds at the Belle Haven Country Club, helps fund programs for more than 1,700 children and families in the City of Alexandria.
ABC7 Sports reporter Britt McHenry emceed the event, and provided hundreds in attendance with a peek into spring fashions.
Awards were presented to Carrie Garland, Nicole Duncan, Allison Priebe Brooks and posthumously to Elizabeth Pignatello whose mother Enid Robinson accepted her award on her behalf.
The Campagna Center's programs include:
- Alexandria Head Start
- Early Head Start
- Campagna Early Learning Center
- Afternoon Adventures
- Campagna Kids
- Building Better Futures
- New Neighbors
Event sponsors were:
Volkswagen Group of America; Rich, Rosenthal, Brincefield, Manitta, Dzubin & Kroeger; Queen Bee Designs; Storm King Strategies and Northern Virginia Magazine.
Participating vendors were:
Bronzed Berry, Francesca Joy, Haute Papier, J. Ryan Jewelry, Mija Jewelry, Oh My Darling Hand-Smocked Designs, Pink & Brown, Queen Bee Designs, Rachelle Celine, Reunions, Shop Mamie, Skinfinity, The Clarke Collection, The Dressed Up Nut, Toka & Chris, Top It Off
Participating shops and boutiques were:
Apple Seed, Bishop Boutique, Bloomers, Francesca Joy, Gossip on 23rd, Gossypia, Hysteria, J.McLaughlin, J.Ryan Jewelry, Kiskadee, Lemon Lime, Monday’s Child, Oh My Darling Hand-Smocked Designs, Periwinkle, Pink & Brown, Pink Palm, Purple Goose, Queen Bee Designs, Rachelle Celine, Sherman Pickey, Shop Mamie, Zoe Boutique, The Shoe Hive, Top it Off, Treat, Zweet Sport