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Save Turtles in Style

In an effort to protect one of South Florida's most beloved sea creatures, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center has teamed up with the Gardens Mall and PNC Bank to host its inaugural Fash Bash. Located in one of Palm Beach County's most luxurious malls, the Fash Bash will mix high-end fashion with compassion on the runway. Featuring 18 local personalities, each model will sport the season's best designs by Michael Kors, Lilly Pulitzer, Saks Fifth Avenue, J. McLaughlin, Vineyard Vines, and more. Look out for Beth Beattie Aschenbach and Danielle Beattie Norcross of Palm Beach Lately, Mo and Sally of KOOL 105.5 GM, Vita Bovio and Kathy Gibson of the Bear's Club, and Dr. Angela Vecellio and Dr. Michael Ridgdill, among others. To spice it up, the fundraiser will also include delectable food, swanky cocktails, and extensive luxury raffles featuring items from Hamilton Jewelers, the Honda Classic, Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, and many more of your favorite brands. Post a fashion-inspired photo during the event on Instagram for a chance to win such prizes, including retailer gifts and a $500 Gardens Mall gift card. Help save Florida's beautiful waters and sea turtles on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Grand Court at the Gardens Mall, which is located at 3101 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. Tickets cost $50 for general admission and $100 for VIP admission. VIP admission includes a swag bag and a premium sea turtle adoption. For ticket information and to RSVP, contact Luisa Frasco at 561-627-8280, ext. 103, or visit
Thu., Aug. 28, 6-8 p.m., 2014
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Gillian Speiser
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