Monday, June 2, 2008
Petite Fashionista Presents...The First Ever Event for Petites! June 22
Toronto. May 22, 2008 – Petitefashionista.com, the top Toronto-based fashion blog for women 5’4” and under, proudly introduces PETITE FASHIONISTA PRESENTS, the first fashion extravaganza for petite women. The event will be held from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Sun., June 22, 2008 at the Proof Bar & Sky Lounge, Inter-Continental Hotel, 220 Bloor St W, Toronto between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET. Tickets are available at www.petitefashionistapresents.com for $15.00 CDN.
“Fashion should be enjoyable for every woman no matter what her height,” said Christa Jean, creator and blogger of petitefashionista.com. “Petites are too often an afterthought. Petitefashionista.com wants them to be the main attraction!”
Held at outside at the trendy Proof Bar and Sky Lounge, ticket holders will have the chance to bid on clothing straight out of petite celebrities’ closets include HERO’s Hayden Panettiere. The funds raised from Hayden’s outfit will be donated to her favorite charity – Save the Whales Again.
Fashion shows by top petite brand designers including TLE Designs, Sweet Petite, Joe’s Jeans, Benedicto, 5ft2in, Lovelina, Kingston 20 and Fernanda Carneiro will go on throughout the day. In addition, ticket holders will receive style advice and tips from fashion insiders, live wardrobe makeovers, and will afterwards be able to shop for the latest trends in clothing, accessories and make-up exclusively for petites.
All ticket holders will also receive a complimentary manicure, mini massage or the hemming of one pair of pants or skirt. Music to be provided by DJ L’oquenz.
Once tickets are purchased at www.petitefashionistapresents.com, ticket holders will receive a confirmation e-mail which must be printed and shown with photo ID at the door.
Christa Jean created Petitefashionista.com in October 2006 to share her knowledge as a stylist and fellow petite, on how and where to shop for small sizes. As a petite woman living in one of Canada’s top fashion cities- Toronto, she found it difficult to find clothing that was fashionable and that fit her frame. Christa knew that she was not the only petite that shared her frustration. She created a blog that provides other petite women with advice on what works on their frame, what other petite celebrities are doing and petite charities.
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