ESTEEM: A Fashion Show Returns This Saturday – Let’s Celebrate Healthy, Balanced Lifestyles!

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Marking its sixth year, The Elisa Project’s ESTEEM: A Fashion Show returns to Dallas this Saturday, September 12. Across our fair city, calendars are marked with a gold star for this anticipated celebration of great style and healthy, balanced living.

 

 

Rallying in support of The Elisa Project’s mission for the prevention and effective treatment of eating disorders through support, awareness, education, and advocacy, a bevy of local celebs will again gather at posh Tootsies in the Plaza at Preston Center. This year’s ESTEEM Co-Chairs Kellie Rasberry and daughter Emma Kelly are joined by Honorary Chair Yvonne Crum. Gloria Campos is set to emcee the show, produced by the impeccable Rhonda Sargent Chambers’ RSC Show Productions.

 

 

Strutting their stuff for this sensational cause, models will include Hilary Kennedy, Jackson, Dawn Mellon, Scott Murray, Cynthia Smoot, and many more. As in years past, a notable Tootsies designer will be featured. For Fall 2015, the latest ‘70s-inspired looks from designer, entrepreneur, and reality television star Rachel Zoe will put a boho spin on the runway.

 

 

From mothers and daughters, to best friends, and dads and grandfathers, we expect a large and lively crowd for ESTEEM 2015. All will support The Elisa Project through this vital annual fundraiser. We hope to see you there!

ESTEEM: A Fashion Show takes place tomorrow, Saturday, September 12, at Tootsies, 8300 Preston Center Place, Dallas. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. Tickets will remain available online through noon today, and will be available at the door tomorrow. For more information, click invite below. See you at the show!

 

 

ESTEEM is a celebration of positive body image and self-esteem. By increasing awareness of developing a healthy relationship with food and the importance of self-care, ESTEEM encourages people to love themselves while striving to be healthy. For more information on The Elisa Project, visit theelisaproject.org.

 

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