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Fashion show, boutique support LifePath Hospice

SOUTH TAMPA – Clothing and accessories, much of it with designer labels, will be shown at the LifePath Hospice Fashion Show and Boutique, featuring merchandise from the Life’s Treasures thrift stores.

The third annual event, open to the public, will be Feb. 8 at Christ the King Catholic Church, 821 S. Dale Mabry Highway.

The event begins at 9:30 a.m. with shopping at the Marketplace Boutique, which features a wide selection of fashions and household items from Life’s Treasures thrift stores, which are operated in support of LifePath Hospice. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. with the show at 12:15 p.m. Shopping continues to 2 p.m.

Life’s Treasures has three stores in Hillsborough County: 1918 S. Dale Mabry Highway, 4802 Gunn Highway, and 1335 W. Brandon Blvd.

Some of the outfits featured at the LifePath Hospice show include high-end fashions from Lilly, Ann Taylor, Dana Buchman, St. John and Caché.

“Throughout the year, the Life’s Treasures thrift stores receive incredible donations of beautiful clothing and accessories,” said Anne Ferrell, LifePath Hospice development coordinator. “Our annual fashion show gives us the opportunity to highlight the fashions shoppers can find at Life’s Treasures, raise funds for a good cause and help educate the community about the value of hospice care.”

Blues musicians Josh Lamkin and Nalani Rothrock of the Suncoast Blues Society will perform. Chef Rick Ceglio and the students from the award-winning culinary program at Sickles High School return for a second year to cater lunch and News Channel 8 anchor Gayle Sierens returns for a third year as celebrity emcee.

General admission tickets at $35. A VIP ticket is $100, which includes entry to the marketplace 30 minutes before the official opening and a swag bag with $25 in Life’s Treasures gift cards.

For tickets, sponsorships or information, contact Ferrell at (813) 357-5321 or [email protected]

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