October is domestic violence awareness month and Fezelry Jewelry was proud to be a sponsor for "Walk This Way" with Becky's Fund to end Domestic Violence. The event, a fashion show/fundraiser featured clothing by Eric Finn Custom Clothiers strutting down the runway on Washington Redskins and DC United players!
Walk This Way was a huge success raising funds, awareness and support for victims of Domestic Violence.
Among the attendees were Washington Redskin's Clinton Portis and Jason Campbell, even R&B artist Ginuwine came out to support the cause. Fezelry Jewelry was thrilled to be the events Jewelry sponsor. Christine Haynes, Owner/Designer Fezelry Jewelry was also requested to be the jewelry stylist to Lindsay Czarnik (the event emcee) of NBC News Channel 4 who was adorned with the Fezelry Floating Freshwater Pearl Necklace in white. Christine also created a custom piece for the Walk this Way silent auction and Becky Lee (Former Survivor cast member and founder of Becky's fund) wore custom Fezelry in a recent interview on WTTG Fox 5.
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The event was a huge success for Becky's Fund and Fezelry Jewelry was proud to be a part of it.
As it turns out the event, which was far more than just a fashion show, and has been called many things including exciting and edgy drew quite a bit of press coverage and Fezelry Jewelry Designs was featured in several clips including Washingtonian Magazine!
Here are just a few news clips and images from the night that feature Christine Haynes and Fezelry Jewelry Designs:
Lindsay Czarnik in Fezelry:
Lindsay Czarnik in Fezelry, Washingtonian Magazine:
Christine Haynes in Washingtonian Magazine:
Hollywood on the Potomac:
To read more about the event and to learn more about Becky's Fund visit:
Christine Haynes A.J.P. (GIA)
Fezelry Jewelry Designs