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The Review - Fashion Show / Fundraiser

By Ben Cable

Photojournalists: Ben Cable and Marcial Bolina

Model: Jimena

Tempe, AZ (May 3, 2009) CableMuse.com -- Poolside fashion shows are difficult to pull off, especially in the evening. Unfortunately this was the case with the Generations of Beauty Fashion show created as a Benefit for the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona on Friday. Despite poor outdoor lighting, low attendance and other obvious glitches, a few bright moments came from the evening.

aXXes

The brightest stars came out as the sun shed its last reflection in the Phoenix pool.  Local music sensation aXXes thrusted their pure voices into the Arizona sky with a brilliant mix of harmonic rhythm and blues with a second channel of clean rap. Moments later, Cruz with raven hair, a sultry but simple black and white outfit, and high heels joined the three men and added another dimension of vocal talent and drama to complete a great performance of aXXes. Cruz and aXXes are listed with RUTTOWN Records.

Model: Rebbeca (Paul Hazlett Design)

Except for the frequent camera flashes, local fashion and vendors were lost in the night sky at the Tempe fashion show benefit. However, some models and designers were able to overcome this obstacle with high attitude and designs that would command the immediate attention from the darkest nightclubs.

Model: Jade Rodriguez

What was billed as a potential splash, this review of the event has to conclude the evening was only wet and soggy when it came to event planning and execution.  Cable Muse Network made several attempts to contact the event coordinator, Natalie Barrett of Something’s Goin’ On Productions regarding the evening and the amount of any donation made to the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona from the event. At the time of publication her company has not responded.     

“Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders. The Epilepsy Foundation is the only American voluntary health agency wholly dedicated to helping people with epilepsy through advocacy, research, education, and services,” says the Epilepsy Foundation website.

Direct contributions can be made to the Epilepsy Foundation or Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona, both links are below:

Cable Muse Network, LLC was a sponsor of this nonprofit event.

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