In 2017, I started a styling business as part of my fashion blog called TFK Styling, which stands for The Foxy Kat Styling. I offer a variety of styling services for the everyday women as well as event styling and fashion show styling. I was able to debut my styling business at the Pearce Family Foundation (PFF) charity fashion show Runway of Hope. I spent a few months working with the CEO and Founder of PFF (and my good friend) Meghan Alfonso in preparation of the big night. Plus, I styled all 48 women’s looks from 8 different brands and designers including the jewelry pieces and collaborating on the hair and makeup with Gossamer Salon and The Sparkle Bar. Three weeks leading up to the show I was actually in Europe traveling with my husband Aaron and landed the night before. Jet lap aside, I worked my tail off to ensure that everything was perfect the day of. I was ecstatic to see Aaron and my girlfriends cheering me on!
The best part about the entire show is that PFF was able to raise $25,000 to help support additional families with children who suffer from chronic illnesses.
I didn’t capture all of the looks for each 6-piece collection, but I have most of them broken out by designers below. I hope you enjoy what you see and hopefully I’ll see you at the 4th Annual Runway of Hope event tomorrow night at 7pm! I will be styling the NYDJ 6-piece collection. Purchase your tickets with a 15% off code “NYDJROH” by clicking here.
– Brothers Tailor kicked off the show with stylish male suiting. –
– The first women brand to show was Charmosa Swimwear. –
– 224 Apparel & Design showed their transformation from more than just graphic tees. –
– Next was the very feminine and girly Boutique Amore. –
– The final collection before intermission was NYDJ. –
– After intermission was the second swimwear line. –
– InspireHERnow showed how fashionable impactful graphic tees can be. –
– Obsessed added a little edgy girl flare with their custom pieces. –
– Last but not least, the show ended with a bang with Blush Boutique. –