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'Fashion for a Cause' takes to the runway

| Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 5:45 p.m.
This pink floral lace dress will be featured at Fashion for a Cause and can be purchased for $160 the day of the runway show, as well as at thevintagevalet.com.
M. PHILIP SAM
This pink floral lace dress will be featured at Fashion for a Cause and can be purchased for $160 the day of the runway show, as well as at thevintagevalet.com.
This pink floral lace dress will be featured at Fashion for a Cause and can be purchased for $160 the day of the runway show, as well as at thevintagevalet.com.
M. PHILIP SAM
This pink floral lace dress will be featured at Fashion for a Cause and can be purchased for $160 the day of the runway show, as well as at thevintagevalet.com.

The Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh Foundation is hosting the third annual Fashion for a Cause from 2 to 5 p.m. June 10 at St. Clair Country Club, 2300 Old Washington Road, Upper St. Clair. The theme is Fashion through the Decades and will feature vintage and vintage-inspired looks from the 1920s to today, including items from the Vintage Valet fashion truck as well as a vendor show. The event benefits Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, which provides homes, respite care, in-home services and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Tickets are $55-$100.

Details: realtorspgh.com

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