Fashionable Philanthropy

Fresh Faces of Fashion strut their chic stuff to raise funds for Suicide and Crisis Center

Fresh Faces of Fashion strut their chic stuff for charity

Nicole Barrett
Nicole Barrett Photo by Joanna Lewis
Karla McKinley, Maddy McKinley
Karla McKinley, Maddy McKinley Photo by Joanna Lewis
Peyton Blackwell
Peyton Blackwell Photo by Joanna Lewis
Crawford Brock
Crawford Brock Photo by Joanna Lewis
Bailey Harrison
Bailey Harrison Photo by Joanna Lewis
Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones Photo by Joanna Lewis
Priya Rathod
Priya Rathod Photo by Joanna Lewis
Melody Rogers
Melody Rogers Photo by Joanna Lewis
Nicole Stewart
Nicole Stewart Photo by Joanna Lewis
Babil Ahluwalia, Rose Clark, Sachin Ahluwalia
Babil Ahluwalia, Rose Clark, Sachin Ahluwalia Photo by Joanna Lewis
Christina Lynch
Cristina Lynch Photo by Joanna Lewis
Rachel Riley
Rachel Riley  Photo by Joanna Lewis
Paige Hardison
Paige Hardison Photo by Joanna Lewis
Nicole Barrett
Karla McKinley, Maddy McKinley
Peyton Blackwell
Crawford Brock
Bailey Harrison
Jessica Jones
Priya Rathod
Melody Rogers
Nicole Stewart
Babil Ahluwalia, Rose Clark, Sachin Ahluwalia
Christina Lynch
Rachel Riley
Paige Hardison

The fourth floor of Stanley Korshak set an elegant scene for the Fresh Faces of Fashion 2013 fete benefiting the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas. With cocktails in hand, a chic crowd of 300 celebrated 13 of Dallas' most beautiful young ladies, who radiate inside and out. 

Before the main event, Crawford Brock praised event chair Yvonne Crum for her dedication to raising funds for the SCC. He added, "These young ladies represent the youth and hope of tomorrow, and we are honored to celebrate them at Stanley Korshak." 

Friends cheered on the honorees selected by Modern Luxury DallasHaley Anderson, Nicole Barrett, Peyton Blackwell, Paige Hardison, Bailey Harrison, Bentley Hill, Nicole Stewart, Jessica Jones, Cristina Lynch, Maddy McKinley, Priya Rathod, Rachel Riley and Melody Rogers — as they walked down the runway with confidence and smiles.

The girls, who have dedicated their time to raising funds and awareness for the nonprofit, donned brightly colored designs by Sachin + Babi while flaunting the greatest trend of all: philanthropy. 

Before guests departed for the seated dinner at Rosewood Crescent Court, we spied arts advocate Karla McKinley embracing her daughter Maddy; Korshak's executive vice president Rose Clark chatting with Sachin + Babi designers Sachin and Babil Ahluwalia; and Gene and Jerry Jones gushing over granddaughter Jessica. 

The Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas, one of fewer than 80 centers nationwide certified by the American Association of Suicidology, helps people in crisis, especially suicide crisis, find hope for the future. The SCC has been in continuous operation since 1968.