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Dancing into fashion at Kiss & Fly

Friday, October 21, 2011
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Last night the Ballet Hispanico celebrated their third-annual Dance into Fashion benefit at Kiss and Fly. Guests like Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Paul Arnhold, Timo Weiland, Wes Gordon and Sophie Elgort watched as native New York designers Pamela Love and Rebecca Taylor showcased their dresses and jewelry.


Hors d’oeuvres, an open bar courstesy of Chatham Imports, and desserts by Coolhaus were enjoyed while the Ballet Hispanico Company performed a tango, entrancing the audience with its unique Latin flair.


In all, $30,000 was raised, with all proceeds to benefit the Ballet Hispanico’s Education and Outreach in New York City. Everything from dinners to dresses was up for grabs in the silent auction, and, of course, Pamela Love’s edgy pieces were the center the attention. What’s not to love about fashion and supporting such a great cause?


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