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Fashion, charity, Peroni and did I mention FASHION.  The entire week leading up to the Park Avenue Fashion week runway show boasts parties and trunk shows up and down the Avenue.   LUMA on park was turned into a fashion runway and late night hot spot for Peroni Italy’s “THE FASHION BLACKOUT”

Amy Runyan, owner of SKIN STUDIO, and Michelle Marks of “about town with Shel”, both representing the Orlando Fashion Society, were happy to attend and cover this event.  The $20 donation at the door went to the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Luma provided the amazing food, Peroni provided a complimentary cocktail, and there was even a photo booth to capture this “blackout” party.

Glitz, horns and a hard edge ruled the runway.  Models sported many looks but kept a party vibe throughout the show.

The show was produced by Fused Fashion and runway designs were samples from K. Hendrix fall collection.  Runway hair provided by Prive Salon with makeup artists Alan Almada, Kristin Nugent, Jennifer Nicole Beverly and Sheri Michelle Models for the evening were provided by Abfab Model Management.

Congratulations to all involved on a VERY successful event.


Models in K. Hendrix assisted by Angela Compolongo. photo credit Marlene Turner

Models backstage in K. Hendrix. Photo credit Alexis Perry

Original post from SKIN STUDIO BLOG credit Amy Runyan
Skin Studio
About town with Shel
K. Hendrix
Fused Fashion
Luma on Park


Orlando Fashion Society board members Michelle Marks and Amy Runyan attended Fashion For Feathers on Monday October 15th held at Maxines on shine Benefiting the Pipiol Angels.

It’s such a pleasure to see FASHION behind a PASSION

Pipiol Angels help to provide learning supplies to children in need both locally and internationally. The Pipiol Angels’ mission is to mentor, to inspire, to develop hope and to create opportunities for the young people to achieve excellence and to become productive citizens. This mission is fulfilled by planning, organizing and hosting community events, and by providing training and education to the youths.


With 100% of proceeds benefiting the charity, Orlando’s finest were out to support.  The event featured Live Steel Drum Music, Capoeira Performance, Desserts by sweet 12, DELICIOUS food tastings courtesy of Maxines on Shine and fashion show with clothing from PlanetTogs and J. Hilburn
A big congratulations to Florida Fashion Lab for organizing a successful event!  For more information about Pipiol Angels you can visit their website at