As I mentioned in my previous post about the campaign, special guests Marisa Acocella Marchetto (Glamour cartoonist and author of Cancer Vixen), Bob Carey, and Luis Valenzuela were available to meet and greet with guests while the fashion bloggers were prepping for the runway. Guests also devoured gluten-free cupcakes by BunnieCakes, fro-yo by Pinkberry and sips by Perrier.
Marisa Acocella Marchetto, cartoonist, author of Cancer Vixen (published by Knopf), and founder of The Cancer Vixen fund which aims to empower women undergoing treatment at Beth Israel Comprehensive Center in New York
|Luis Valenzuela, fashion designer and visual artist who created one-of-a-kind wearable art out of Bloomingdale's Little Pink Bags|
|Bob Carey, a commercial and fine art photographer and co-founder of The Tutu Project, which serves women with breast cancer and their families via The Carey Foundation|
SoBlo styled our hair while Bloomingdale's newest cosmetic area, Illamasqua gave each blogger a fabulous pink-inspired look to pair well with our Peace Love World shirts. As a runway blogger, I pre-selected and styled my look courtesy of Bloomingdale's and had an amazing time supporting a great cause. As a niece of breast cancer survivors, this particular cause was close to my heart and I will continue to support breast cancer awareness.
|What I Rocked: Jacket by All Saints | Top by Peace Love World | Sweater by All Saints | Skirt by Herve Leger | Necklace by BCBG Maxazria | Shoes by ZARA|
|The Petite Poet and The Fashion Poet, Annie Vazquez, creator of the Fashion for a Cause Campaign|
|Top Miami Fashion Bloggers against Breast Cancer "runway bloggers"|
Photography: Alexander Tamargo / @ALTAimages
Check out the Fashion for a Cause event video and see how I rocked the runway: