Once again, Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee (EDCT) is planning to stir up the Nashville fashion scene with its sixth annual fashion show.
Fashion for EveryBODY is a celebration of individual uniqueness and body-acceptance, as well as an opportunity for local “ROLE models” of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds to strut their stuff on the runway and demonstrate that real beauty shines from within. This year’s Fashion for EveryBODY will be too much rock for one runway…or for one host, at least.
EDCT is thrilled to announce Broken Bow Records artist Dean Brody as co-host of Fashion for EveryBODY 2009. The Canadian singer-songwriter, who moved to Nashville to pursue his dream of landing a career in country music, released his self-titled first album in 2009 and is excited to join singer-songwriter Emily West to co-host Fashion for EveryBODY 2009. “Brody’s self-acceptance and determination closely embody EDCT’s mission of changing our conception of beauty and promoting inner beauty,” says Lynn Lawyer, co-chair of the event.
Fashion for EveryBODY 2009 will take place on Saturday, September 26, at 7 PM at the Commodore Ballroom, located at 310 25th Avenue South, Nashville TN. Tickets are now available at Tickets Nashville or www.fashionforeverybody.org.
General Admission tickets are $35 and include fashion show, silent auction, drink ticket, passed hors d’oeuvres compliments of Passport Catering, and $5 discount to the pre-party. VIP tickets are $75 and include runway seating at the fashion show, silent auction, VIP WeBe Bag compliments of Ivey On Main, open bar, buffet and passed hors d’oeuvres compliments of Passport Catering and ticket to pre-party. The pre-party will be held on Wednesday, September 16th at 6 PM at Aerial.
Visit www.fashionforeverybody.org to learn more!
Eating Disorder Coalition of Tennessee is a resource for individuals, families, and communities on eating disorders, with the hope that education will prevent the development of eating disorders and provide those who are impacted by disordered eating with support, information, and assistance in finding effective treatment.