At Inaugural Style Show, Holiday-Haute Looks — and Giving Spirit of Boys and Girls Clubs — Steal the Spotlight

Jacob Power
At Inaugural Style Show, Holiday-Haute Looks — and Giving Spirit of Boys and Girls Clubs — Steal the Spotlight

Paige Baird, MacKenzie Shimek, Katie Harris, Danielle Herhdon, and Tiffanie Reina

FOR THE FIRST time, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston hosted a seasonal fashion show and fundraiser at Tootsies — and it was a holiday hit!


Nearly 150 stylish guests hit the high-end boutique for festive fashion inspo, DJ tunes, a photo booth, pics with Santa, and makeup artistry by Trish McEvoy cosmetics. Creative cocktails courtesy of Bosscat Kitchen and Libations — plus plenty of wine — warmed up the crowd from the inside out, and BGCGH "Junior Youth of the Year" Brielle gave remarks about how the organization has transformed her life.

In addition to ticket sales and a portion of proceeds from Tootsies purchases, the nonprofit benefited from the sale of raffle tickets for three different prize bundles.

Abby King, Laura Starks, Tiffanie Reina, Chris Reina, and Ryan Quinn

Vanessa Baird, Sylvia Little, and Carol Wooton

Santa and Fady Armanious

BGCGH President & CEO Kevin Hattery

Brielle Omiwade and Page Parkes Model

Courthey Bass, Tiffanie Reina, Jamie Rozell, and Stacy Pierce

Paige Baird and Katie Tsuru

David Chandler, Gwyn Richardson, and Randy Garcia

Emily Trainer and Suzanne Armour

Haley Millis and Lana Taylor

Karen Hill and Cathy While

Kelly Rainbolt and Lauren McGowen

Kim Raschke and Jordan Elton

Natalie Ariz and Michelle Moore

Michelle Young and Victoria Keller

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