The Junior League of Philadelphia hosted an American Girl Fashion Show. Approximately 150 girls were modeling their outfits and their dolls on the catwalk.
“We’re really excited about it—American Girl is great company to work with,” Morgan said. “They do a lot of community service … and they’re all about empowering girls and teaching girls about history and community service … and we thought they were a natural fit for us given our lengthy involvement in community service in the Philadelphia area.”
The evening was filled with catwalks, silver, and fine china. What a combination! See the complete story and photos in Amanda Mahnke’s story in the Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch.
If you or your little girl are interested in competing in next year’s fashion show, it’s good to know that the article says contestants were selected first-come-first-serve based on how much they looked like their selected American Girl doll! So, that may be a key to getting you into next year’s show. Wouldn’t that be cool?
Local girls in Camden, NJ will be hosting a fashion show to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. This is the show’s 15th year so it is quite a stir right now.
“The American Girl Doll Fashion Show will showcase more than one hundred local models, ages 5-12, walking the runway in historical clothing that resembles the styles of popular American Girl characters including Kaya, Josefina, Addy, Rebecca and others. Older girls will be modeling contemporary looks to “Dress Like Your Doll” and the darling Bitty Baby fashions for younger guests will complete the program.”
Tickets are only $35 so stop by and cheer for your favorite model or your favorite American Girl’s doll!
Read more on NJ.com in this story by Jessica Beym.
This past November, girls from all over the world watched at the Jacob Henry Mansion Estate in Joliet, IL at the 14th Annual American Girl Fashion show as the girls participated in a look-a-like show with their American Girl dolls.
The Victorian Ballroom of the Jacob Henry Mansion was turned into a tropical paradise as guests celebrated the experience of being an American Girl.
Easter Seals raised more than $15,000, with more than 650 guests attending.
Easter Seals is grateful for the continued support of Chignoli Auto as the event sponsor.
“We are building a community tradition and making money to benefit children with disabilities served at Easter Seals, which is a United Way agency,” said Deb Strahanoski, development manager at Easter Seals.
Also available is this fun photo slide show with a handful of photos from the event. Did you go? Do you see yourself in the photos? Next year’s event will be November 16-18, 2012.
Read the original story on the Chicago Hearald-News. You can thank Chignoli Auto for their participation.