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Megan Fenno (right) and Cincy Chic founder Amy Scalia strike a festive pose at the Cincy Chic Holiday Glam Fashion Show on Dec. 12.
CINCINNATI - First, snow postponed the event. Then, Mother Nature brought us frigid temperatures. But, the fashion show must go on, and so it did.
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CINCINNATI - After getting snowed out on Dec. 6, Cincy Chic’s second annual Holiday Glam Fashion Show strutted its stuff in style on Dec. 12.
Marshalled by Cincy Chic founder Amy Scalia, fashionistas gathered at the PNC Main Branch in downtown Cincinnati.
This year's fashion show sponsors included Three French Hens Boutique of Hyde Park and Dayton's Lisa Robin Jewelry.
Attendees at the free event had the opportunity to shop a variety local vendors all under one roof, among them:
Churchill’s Tea to Mona Lisa’s Permanent Makeup were also on hand along with representatives from Healthier Choice Weight Care Program for Women, It Works!, Rodan + Fields and Mary Kay.
The Holiday Glam Fashion Show benefited St. Vincent de Paul. Cincy Chic is asked attendees to bring a clothing or jewelry item to donate in lieu of an event fee. Donors received a complimentary swag bag.
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