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IFS to stage fashion show 'Le Fait- Katrina' for the benefit of survivors

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Sep '05
International Fashion Shows (IFS) - Switzerland/USA and the Marine Advocacy Council Inc have established, "Katrina Benefits" and, "Katrina-Fund" to help support the changing needs of children, elderly, young people devastated by the Katrina Hurricane.

International Fashion Shows will produce a series of fundraising events called, "Le Fait- Katrina". The events will take place throughout North America featuring renowned entertainers and international high fashion designers that are all pulling together to make life a more livable for those who have suffered Katrina's wrath.

International Fashion Shows' are more than High Fashion events. International Fashion Shows venues are carefully selected for the full benefit of attendees, buyers and families wishing to experience the distinctive atmospheres of desirable locations throughout the United States and Globally.

International Fashion Shows will be rescheduling their September, 16th New York event to focus on the immediate needs created by Katrina. The first of International Fashion Shows- Katrina Benefits will take place in, New York City this October.

"Le Fait"- Katrina, New York event is on the main agenda of International Fashion Shows- Global Fantasy Tour. The 2005-2006 international High Fashion tour will include live entertainment and Haute Couture at world-class venues: New York City, Palm Beach, Switzerland Fashion Week, Mauritius Fashion Week, Seychelles Fashion Week, Dubai Fashion Week and other exclusive locations.


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