Whimsical Fashion Show
Living Arts of Tulsa was the scene for the April 27 benefit for the Huntington’s Disease of America — Oklahoma Chapter.
Olivia Alverson gives modeling tips to model Alex Wineland.
Living Arts of Tulsa was the scene for the first Whimsical Fashion Show and silent auction April 27, a benefit for the Huntington’s Disease of America — Oklahoma Chapter. The national organization was begun by Marjorie Guthrie, widow of Woody Guthrie, who died from the disease.
The whimsical theme included fashions from local stores, resale shops and boutiques, as well as catered foods by Not Just Cakes Inc., Strawberry Kotoure and Panera Bread. A mirror photo booth was provided by Cocoa Events and Marketing, and event planners were Alexis Alverson and Andrea Garrett.
Twenty guests attended the intimate event, which raised $1,541 for Huntington’s Disease research, support groups and education and awareness events.
Model Jessica Cook
Model Hailey Wineland
Mary Robinson, owner of Not Just Cakes, at her desserts table
Model Melissa Beaver