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Anna Sui Fall 2014


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Glamorous giving

Dress by Stefanie Schoen/Image: Style Wylde/ S.Whittle



San Francisco's historic Hotel Whitcomb set a perfect background for  three local companies , Dlish Couture, GK Clothing, and Stephanie  Schoen Designs to present their collections as part of The Ivy League Fashion Show, a charitable style event benefiting the San Francisco Food Bank. 


Each collection had a radically different point of view. As the show transitioned from from smart office wear, to quirky dresses , to casual tee shirts and denim.


All though all three had merit, it was Stefanie Schoen's playful dresses that seemed to leap off the runway, and where easily imagined on the racks of local boutiques. 

dress by Stefanie Schoen/Image: Style Wylde/S.Whittle






By the end of the show it was clear that the Cornel Alumni organizers had worked incredibly hard on every aspect of the event from choosing the scrumptious array of appetizers passed, to sending the non-professional models to Phillip Gum for expert runway coaching.  The latter of which was evident as we witness some seriously fierce stomps come down the catwalk.


Dress by Stefanie Schoen/ Image:Style Wylde/S.Whittle



For more information on the Northern California Cornell Alumni Association, visit the group's official home page. And for more information on the growing problem of poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area, or to donate directly  to the San Francisco Food Bank please visit SF Food Bank Online







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