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Fashion & Philanthropy Comes Together as Style to the Aisle Magazine Partners with The House of Ruth MD
BALTIMORE, MD (April 10, 2018) – Come this October Style to the Aisle Magazine is bringing awareness through fashion to fight against domestic violence. Style to the Aisle Fashion Weekend is set to take the area’s fashion scene by storm. Style lovers will be able to relish in the opportunity to shop, splurge and indulge in a 2-day fashion affair. Style to the Aisle Fashion Weekend (STAFW) is the first of its kind to be held after NY Bridal Fashion Week. This awe-inspiring event will give everyone in attendance unparalleled access to the industry to experience the best of fashion including designer & trend catwalk shows, shopping and industry talks.
The inaugural Style to the Aisle Fashion Weekend 2018 will feature runway shows, beauty brands and boutique pop-up shopping experiences! Style to the Aisle Fashion Weekend’s mission is to bridge the gap between consumers and brands through creative means of awareness, style consciousness and brand expansion. Style to the Aisle Fashion Weekend is a fashion lover’s chance to sit front row to view some of the latest collections & trends from some of the most talented designers and boutiques. Two jammed packed days of exclusive runway shows, a beauty lounge, pop-up shops and fashion talks with some of the best style experts.
In a effort to raise awareness & be part of the global movement to stop violence against women and girls, Style to the Aisle Magazine has partnered with the House of Ruth Maryland as the official charity partner of STAFW. By supporting this worthy cause, we intend to remind our community that there are countless victims and survivors, their children and families impacted by domestic violence. A portion of the proceeds will directly support the House of Ruth Maryland Domestic Violence Programs.
About House of Ruth Maryland
The House of Ruth Maryland leads the fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting the attitudes, behaviors and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear. House of Ruth Maryland was founded in May of 1977 by a coalition of women’s organizations, religious groups, service providers, and elected officials to provide a safe haven for victims of domestic violence and their children. In November of 1977 they opened Baltimore’s first crisis shelter for these victims in a row house on North Calvert Street. The shelter was staffed by one paid staffed person and a voluntary Board of Directors.
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