“Eras of Hope” Where Fundraising and Fashion Meet Again! April 5, 2013 Hi, Chicago! This is Sarah Vargo from Maven, creator of The Diva Series, Divo Series and author of the upcoming book, Life Is Your Party. Excited to stop by Billy’s blog and say hello! I am on the Executive Host Committee for One Hope United’s “Eras of Hope” this Saturday, April 6th, 6-10pm at Hubbard Inn, 110 West Hubbard. Join us as we travel through time to celebrate One Hope United’s 118-year history of protecting children and strengthening families with our fashion event supporting the Blue Ribbon campaign and Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. And as if raising money and awareness for a wonderful cause wasn’t wonderful enough…you get to dress up in your favorite featured era! The event will offer a fashion show produced by Benjamin Cottrell Designs featuring four fantastic designers creating looks from four different eras. Thrilling Thirties: Borris Powell Fabulous Fifties: Tamara Nicole Super Seventies: Garic Stephens Into the Future: Calvin Tran Natalie Martinez (NBC Chicago) will be our fierce emcee and we have a dynamo event team: HOST COMMITTEE: Philip Jones Andrea Metcalf Lisa Lockwood Brian Tomkins Jetta Bates Marisa Buchheit Carmen Rivera Justin Jacobson EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Benjamin Cottrell: Benjamin Cottrell Designs Marco Foster: Chicago Models Jenaeth Markaj: One Hope United Glenn Murray: 220 Communications Sarah Vargo: Maven Brand Relations Specialist: Shari Duffy Bites and beverages provided by Hubbard Inn, St. Claire Vodka, and Aged 2 Perfection. Hair styling by Strange Beauty Show. Saturday, April 6th from 6PM -10PM at Hubbard Inn $50 general admission in advance $100 VIP tickets –pre-sale only Read more about One Hope United, purchase tickets and RSVP to the Facebook invite. Thanks for your love and support – come find me on the dance floor! Much love, Sarah Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.