Animalfair.com announces its 11th Annual “Paws for Style” event, supporting the Humane Society of New York — Where Dogs Takeover the Catwalk – May 23, 2011. Join Wendy Diamond, Lisa Oz, Olivia Corwin, Narciso Rodriguez, Sonja Tremont Morgan, Sara Gore, Tinsley Mortimer, Peter Davis, Wendy Lerman, Ramona Singer, Marc Bouwer, Maggie Norris, Chris March, Maria Sansone, Adam Lippes, Wes Wang, Jennifer Jablow, Jordan Lippner, Rob Shuter, Jimmy Floyd, David Meister, Natalie Morales, LuAnn de Lesseps and their stylish dogs for AnimalFair.com’11th Annual Paws for Style benefiting the Humane Society.
The Paws for Style fashion show will also have dogs up for adoption and this year Bravo’s new TV show Mad Fashion (with the wonderful Chris March!) will be filming the event. Celebs and models will serve as “dog walkers” for the event while an array of world-famous fashion designers create one-of-a-kind outfits to be adorned by the amazing canines. All of the dog and human outfits will be auctioned off on Ebay.
Paws for Style: Where Dogs Take Over the Catwalk benefitting the Humane Society of New York
When: May 23, 2011 – 6.30 – 8.30pm
Where: INK48 HOTEL – 653 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10036 ~ Penthouse
Tickets: $150.00 per person – Non Transferable – No Tickets will be sold at the door – RSVP –www.animalfair.com
“Mad Fashion” is produced by Matt Westmore Media and No Regrets Entertainment with Matt Westmore and Noah Scheinmann serving as Executive Producers and Dean Slotar as the series showrunner. “Mad Fashion “presents an up-close look at the over-the-top world of celebrity fashion designer Chris March. From concept to delivery, each episode follows March, the former Project Runway alum, and his eccentric crew of fashion misfits as they create one-of-a-kind designs for his loyal clientele. From Jennifer Coolidge’s Mardi-Gras float ensemble to model Chrissy Teigen’s gown for the MET Costume Gala – no event is too outrageous for this team. Tensions are sure to rise as March pushes the boundaries of fashion and challenges his clients’ comfort zones. In the end, will the design fulfill the client’s fashion fantasy or will it turn out to be more than they can handle? (Bravo)