CLEVELAND, OH – The roaring 20’s are making a comeback in fashion. From sequins to fringe, Gatsby themed fashion is on the rise. To celebrate the newest trends, locally owned fashion boutique Tre Sorelle out of Little Italy, is hosting a charitable fashion show featuring the boutique’s latest spring line along with a gala this March.
The Decade of Decadence Fashion Show and Gala will be a one night only event hosted by Lauren Lanzaretta on Friday, March 28 at The Clevelander located on 834 Huron Rd in Cleveland. The event starts at 8:30 p.m for the general public, and 7pm for VIP ticket holders. With the VIP package, attendees with also receive appetizers and a dessert bar prior to the show.
“This event is going to be fashionable, flashy and fun,” said Christina Cavotta owner of Tre Sorelle Boutique. “Each season we offer a themed fashion show. This spring, we’re seeing a lot of trends that are inspired by the Great Gatsby era. We’re very excited to share a variety of Gatsby themed fashion items that Tre Sorelle offers, while also supporting a great cause.”
This year’s spring charity that will benefit from the event is True Lies Anti-Bullying Assemblies. This organization’s owner Phil Chalmers, puts together anti-bullying assemblies at various schools across the nation to help teach tolerance and kindness in schools.
“The message behind Phil’s work is something that is so important to our generation now. With new ways of communicating like social media, bullying is more prominent than ever and happens outside of the classroom - making it something that some kids face daily,” continued Cavotta. “Assemblies like the ones that Phil hosts, are a great way to help make a difference in kids’ lives, and we’re are happy to be a part of that mission.”
For those interested in attending the event, the fashion show will run from 9pm to 10pm. and guests are encouraged to dress in theme. Following the show, a gala will take place starting at 10 pm, until 2:30 am. This soiree will include a cash bar, Chinese raffle, live entertainment and special guest appearances.
VIP tickets will cost $35 in advance and $40 at the door on the night of the event. General admission tickets cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Presale tickets end on March 21. For more information contact Christina Cavotta at (330) 203-5123.