Next up was TV personality Geni Cavitt who took the podium as mistress of ceremonies to announce the “2016 PATH to Recovery” Awards. The Honorees this year were: Little Tommy Sablan, producer of the Jeff and Jer Show on KyXy; Julia Negron, Director of PATH Florida and a steering committee member of Moms United to End the War on Drugs; Dennis Childs, Ph.D; director of African American Studies at UCSD, and this year Strut was privileged to have former professional baseball player Steve Garvey as a special guest speaker. As many know, the first baseman was nicknamed “Mr. Clean” for his wholesome image during his career. Plus, he holds the National League record for consecutive games played.
Gretchen Productions produced the entertaining fashion show. Gretchen Bergman is well-known for her choreography; she incorporates dancing and singing to produce a top-notch theatrical fashion show. Fashions for the runway were from Macy’s UTC and Fashion Valley and the evening gowns were from Mia Bella Couture. A special segment in the fashion show celebrated guest models in recovery, these guests celebrated their success with everyone by walking the runway. The range of recovery was from one year clean and sober to over 30 years, it was an inspiring moment for everyone.
For more information visit: https://anewpathsite.org/
- Friday, Sep. 30 - Runway Show Night 1 of FWSD16 at Hotel La Jolla from 6 to 9: 30 p.m. Night 2 will be Saturday Oct. 1 from 6 to 9:30 p.m., and trunk show will be at the La Valencia Hotel on Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For tickets, visit tickets.sandiego.org/e/fashion-week-san-diego-2016-runway-shows.
- Thursday, Oct. 27 - Zandra Rhodes Fashion Luncheon with International Designer Dame Zandra Rhodes in the Versailles Ballroom at the Westgate Hotel starting at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon includes a three-course luncheon created by Jeanne Jones for executive chef Fabrice Hardel. For tickets, visit tickets.sandiegouniontribune.com/e/zandrarhodesfashion.
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