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Sal Lauretta fashion show to support anti-poverty program
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May '12
Sal Lauretta for Men, will be hosting the 3rd Annual “Behind the Seams” fashion show to benefit Eva's Village, a non-profit comprehensive social service organization located in Paterson, NJ. The exclusive fashion show will present Robert Graham's spring collection (currently available at Sal Lauretta's) with a preview of the fall 2012 collection. The event will be held on May 21st from 6-10 pm at Bottagra Restaurant, located at 80 Wagaraw Road in Hawthorne.

This event will help support the many anti-poverty programs at Eva's Village, whose mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted, and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.

“This is our third year hosting this fashion show to benefit the programs at Eva's Village and last year the event was much like the Bryant Park tents in NYC, complete with outdoor tent area, DJ, fashion kiosks, cocktails, swag bags, fine food and fare,” said Ralph Lauretta, owner of Sal Lauretta for Men. “This year's event will be similar to last year including a lavish buffet and cocktail reception inside the chic Bottagra Restaurant.

Guests will then be escorted to an expansive tent with runway for the Fashion Show. We would like to thank McGraw Communications for joining us this year as the Presenting (Tent) Sponsor. Eva's Village is an amazing organization to partner with and the proceeds from this event assist many people, truly in need,” he continued.

For over three decades, Sal Lauretta for Men has provided discerning men with the finest men's fashions and custom tailored suits.

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