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NEWS
June 10, 1999 | TAMMY McGINLEY / Inquirer Suburban Staff
The WB television network's mascot laughs it up at lunchtime with Bill Steele (left) of Medford and Peter Calo of Voorhees. They were at Ponzio's Restaurant in Cherry Hill yesterday for the American Heart Association's Heart Day 1999. The fund-raiser included a fashion show, a talent show, and visits from local celebrities.
NEWS
August 4, 1991 | Special to The Inquirer / PAOLA TAGLIAMONTE
In full battle dress and with muskets at the ready, Civil War re-enactors gathered last weekend at the Colonial Plantation at Ridley Creek State Park for a weekend of twice-a-day battles, a parade and a fashion show. Participants came from as far as New York and Virginia.
NEWS
March 26, 1992 | Special to The Inquirer / DAVID SWANSON
For the 80th anniversary of Girl Scouting, fourth through sixth graders donned uniforms worn during the decades for a fashion show at the Jefferson House in Norristown Saturday. Above, Susan Zeager helps Stepanie Pistilli. At right, Katie Monaghan wears a 1928 uniform, Becky Wall wears one from 1940 and Corinne Picard wears 1918's outfit.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 17, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
COME for the tennis, stay for the fashion show. Venus Williams will present her new line of workout gear, called Strisce, under her EleVen brand during the halftime of the Washington Kastles game against Billie Jean King 's Philadelphia Freedoms tomorrow at Villanova University Pavilion (800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova), where Venus played her first Philly match back in 1997. She says that her line is about being able to express herself on the court. Strisce features yellow stripes, a favorite of Williams' although it's the first time that EleVen has delved into the pattern.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 24, 1986 | By RENEE V. LUCAS, Daily News Fashion Writer
Models wearing serious expressions and clothed in richness move slowly down the runway. Satin, velvet and cashmere fabric hang in luxurious folds, with all the trimmings - beads, Lurex thread, hand-woven ribbon. The models pivot. The audience applauds, shouting "beautiful," "just gorgeous" and "marvelous. " That's the usual scenario at a women's fashion show. But as this show ends, the models hoot and holler, slap each other on the back - one of the differences between presentations of men's and women's couture clothing.
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