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May 7, 20123 years ago

Passionate About Fashion… For a Cause! Fashion Show to Benefit Victims of the April 2011 Tornadoes

On April 29, 2012, a beautiful Sunday evening, I had the opportunity to attend the 3rd annual fashion show hosted by Mahogany and Pink, a local fashion and image consulting firm founded by Aisha Watts. In the midst of cameras flashing and heavy Kanye & Jay-Z bass lines thumping, I witnessed ten models rip the runway while showcasing the season’s hottest styles – all for a good cause

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Tags: Belk, Donald J. Pliner, fashion, Green Bottoms, handbags, Lisa Pliner, shoes
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April 17, 20123 years ago

“Green Bottoms” A Fashion Love Story

Last week celebrity shoe & handbag designer Donald J. Pliner made a guest appearance at Belk in the Summit. Pliner showcased designs from his Spring 2012 collection, and signed merchandise for fans. MelanieM had the esteem privilege to briefly interview Mr. Pliner for our B.Positive Magazine Readers.

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October 15, 20113 years ago

The Cirque du Soleil Dralion Experience!

For the second time in the show’s history, Cirque du Soleil made it’s way to Birmingham, Alabam for the premiere their production of Dralion. Cirque du Soleil Dralion blends Eastern & Western cultures combining the dragon for the East and the lion for the West. With three main cultures represented — Chinese, Indian, and African, Cirque du Soleil bridges the gap between humans (man) & nature.

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October 13, 20113 years ago

The 3rd Annual Kick'N Chick'N Birmingham Wing Fest to Benefit Magic Moments

October 1, 2011 marked the 3rd Annual Kick’N Chick’N Birmingham Wing Fest, to benefit Birmingham’s Magic Moments. The Kick’N Chick’N Birmingham Wing Fest is a chicken wing cook-off between local Birmingham restaurants competing for the title of best wings in town, or what they deem as The Thighsman Trophy. Thousands of locals come out to taste the fabulous wings and celebrate the South’s favorite fall tradition, football.

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