Event: GORGEOUS – Sunday 1/27/13
Noel Zayas Events brings Gorgeous to the Ritz Carlton on Sunday January 27, 2013
Hey GORGEOUS !!! See you at the Ritz Carlton on January 27th!!!
“Gorgeous” an event of fashion, music,
photography, and art benefits City of Hope
Philadelphia, PA: Noel Zayas Events has created a
high profile, luxury lifestyle event, entitled, Gorgeous, which will be produced at 10
Arts at The Ritz Carlton, Philadelphia’s historic landmark hotel on
the Avenue of the Arts.
The event, to be held on January
27, 2013, will attract major media coverage and an upscale crowd of
Philadelphians. Gorgeous will benefit nonprofit City
of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment, educational institution,
dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening
diseases, guided by a compassionate patient-centered philosophy.
designers showcasing their latest designs include: Boyds, Nicole Miller,
Joan Shepp, 611, Gregory Taylor, Intermixx, Priscilla Costa, Carmelita
Couture, and Metro Men, among others.
hair stylist, specializing in cut and style, bridal hair, special events
styling, updo, photo shoots will be styling hair. One of the east coast’s
top freelance makeup artists, Susan Sorrell Makeup, will be demonstrating
her refined makeup techniques and Jewelry will be presented by Philadelphia
designer Jennifer Boyle and her collection named Simply Adeline.
include Denise Fike and Victor Atkins, among others.
excited to be relaunching Gorgeous. I am equally excited for everyone
showcasing their latest pieces at Gorgeous “- Noel Zayas, Principal
of Noel Zayas Events.
thirty dollars, which benefits the City of Hope for biomedical cancer
research. Don’t miss out on attending a night filled with Philadelphia’s
finest artists, fashion designers, musicians, and photographers at The
Ritz Carlton on January 27th from 7-10pm!
“It’s just to showcase art in Philadelphia – whether it’s fashion, whether it’s art, we’ve got a dance company that is also performing.”
“Gorgeous” costs $25 at the door and begins at 7 p.m. Zayas says proceeds will benefit City of Hope.