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March, 29 2005 - Blacktie-Colorado and Saks "Charity Chair Salute 2005"

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American Institute of Wine and Food's Kerrin Degnan, left, and Vickie Greunke, event chair Elsie Spain from the Day of Caring with the organization's founder, Sue Miller, and Saks associate Roz Abrams Blacktie-Colorado President Elizabeth Byrnes Crony, left, with Gail Johnson, Kay Cline from Saks Fifth Avenue and Kristina Davidson, chair of Western Fantasy Cancer League chair Dave Weisberg, with wife Glory, society writer for The Villager
Chair Donna Browing, left, with Children's Charity Ereka O'Hara Kent McBride from the Make the Difference Network, left, with NFL Alumni Associaiton's President Leroy Mitchell Sarah Forsberg, left, and Jenny Roope from the American Diabetes Society, with Kee Liakos from Goodwill Industries of Denver Paula Jeane Ph.D., founder of the Touch-Ablity Project, with Karen Ireland, event coordinator for the Touch-Ability
From the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce VP Wil Alston, left, his wife Roz Alston and Darrick Brown, Chair of the September 24th Gala. Jeanne Rubin from the International Institute for Indiginous Resource Management, left, and Fanny Belle Evans, President of the Colorado Symphony Guild Have Piano Will Travel's Larry O'Connor From the Jefferson Foundation; Kim Hoover, Anton Delgado and Mona Sandoval
Fashion Editor for the Denver Post, Suzanne Brown with Katelin Wussow Blacktie-Colorado founders Kenton Kuhn and Georgia Imhoff, with Blacktie President Elizabeth Byrnes Crony Angie Perry, right, from Friendship Bridge with her mom Pat Angotti, who was visiting from Ft. Lauderdale Nancy and Kay Neely from the Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts
Craig Owens and Zack Romero, Executive Director of the Jake Plummer Foundation Mary Clark, Manager of Human Resources for Saks Fifth Avenue with Mark Smith, Manager of Designer Douglas Kerbs, chair for the Huntington Disease Society's annual gala, and Kimi Porterfield Clinica Tepeyac's Lucielle Ruibal, left, and SafeHouse's Brenda Roush
Make the Difference Network's Kent McBride with Lisa Herzlich from Cherry Creek Shopping Center Kay Neely from the Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts, left, and Carol Downs from the American Diabetes Association UNICEF's Sue Davis and Gloria Dogan Susan Long and Suzette Fremling from Junior League of Colorado, co-chairs of the upcoming gala
Edie Marks, holding grandson Bronson Connors, with Lyn Schaffer, Chair of Little Hearts Fashion Show and Luncheon, and Kristina Davidson from the First American State Bank Fitness Festival American Institute of Wine and Food's Steve Gross with wife Lori Kristine Hembry from the American Lung Association, left, and Rebecca Saltman Judy George and Judy Fung from the Table Mountain Animal Center
Helping out with the fashion show are Saks staffers Amy Anderson, Kate Reinhardt, Laura Bellendier and Pam Montgomery Saks Fifth Avenue's Dom Nazario, Director of Signatures of Evening, flew in from New York to present the trunk show Saks Fifth Avenue's General Manager Kay Cline salutes the 2005 Charity Chairs Melissa, from Mirage Talent, models one of the Signatures of Evening gowns
All of the evening gowns showcased at the trunk show are available in an array of colors Jasmine is pretty in purple in this floor-length skirt and matching jacket Melissa models a daring black dress Adding flare to the collection was a whimsical dress paired with jeans for an edgy nightime look
There were both long and short dresses A chiffon top gives a classy look to casual demin An asymetrical off the shoulder strap gives the little black dress a new update Black pants give an updated look to formal wear
Shaunavee shows off a new twist on the little black dress Allison shows off a beautiful strapless gown from the Signatures of Evening collection Katie, from Mirage Talent, shows off a black dress with delecate white and black leaf detail at the bottom Jasmine, from the Donna Baldwin agency, glides down the runway in a red strapless gown with a sweeheart neckline and layers of floaty chiffon
Fun and flirty colors give a great sparkle to this floor length dress with delicate spaghetti straps Bold colors add new energy to the evening gown collection Jasmine strolls down the runway in an elegant floor-length black gown Sequins and chiffon make an elegant gown
This stunning orange dress featured a daring silver sequined back for an added dramatic effect      
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