AMBER VALLETTA WELCOMES LA DESIGNERS
AT FASHION FOR LIFE TO BENEFIT FRIENDLY HOUSE
Los Angeles, April 18
– Model/actress/advocate Amber Valletta
will host Fashion For Life,
a glamorous afternoon of fashion to support Friendly House,
one of Los Angeles’ oldest
and most valued community alcohol and drug recovery organizations.
An eclectic mix of LA’s most stylish will gather at Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills on
Sunday, May 21
from 2pm-5pm for hors d’oerves, a silent auction and a fashion show of
LA’s hottest home-based talent, including Paige Premium Denim, Shay Todd
(swimwear), Kevan Hall, Candice Held, Robert Rodriguez, Suss Design and Jak
Hair styling will be provided by stylists
and Carrie White.
The evening will also honor West Coast-based designer Paige Adams-Gellar
for her service to women. Paige has been the denim industry’s most
requested fit model and has worked with every A-list denim label from Seven and Citizens
of Humanity, to Habitual and True Religion. Since then, she has successfully created her
own line of denim that provides the perfect fit for real women.
Fashion For Life
is generously sponsored by The Annenberg Foundation,
Management and Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills.
Tickets start at $75 and can be
purchased by calling (213) 389-9964.
For Sponsorship inquiries call (213) 389-9964.
About Friendly House
A non-profit organization, Friendly House is one of the nation's first residential homes for women
recovering from alcohol and substance abuse. Founded in 1951, Friendly House has given tens of
thousands of women the resources to lead productive and meaningful lives by providing
personalized care in a supportive environment. As a social model living facility, Friendly House
offers full time supervision and has garnered an exceptionally high recovery rate of over 72%.
Friendly House’s aim is to provide services to any alcoholic/drug-addicted woman who is ready to
make a commitment to recovery. No woman in crisis is turned away due to inability to pay
residence fees. Its primary goals are to achieve a stabilized recovery from the cycle of addiction,
renew family relationships and achieve productive community reintegration.