Health Empowered Beauty Fashion Show Draws Sold-Out Crowd

Care for the Homeless Kicks Off NYC Fashion Week

Billed as the only fashion show during NYC Fashion Week that changed the lives of homeless women--the event featured residents of Susan's Place, our 200-bed shelter for homeless women in the Bronx, as models. The sold-out crowd gave several standing ovations during the event, which raised more than $8,000 for Susan's Place. 

One of the models, Lizette, talked about the struggles she's overcome in her own life, sharing: "A couple of years ago, I never would have had the self-confidence to do something like this."

Since opening the shelter in 2008, over 900 women have moved out of Susan's Place and into permanent housing. Less than 8% become homeless again.

Photos by Redens Desrosiers

View photos from the September 4th Fashion Show in our online Photo Album here.

Looking for more information about the incredible designers who generously sponsored the Fashion Show
Follow the links below to learn more about the clothing lines.

Learn more about Head Stylist and the Traveling Trousseau here.

Many thanks to all our Sponsors:





Thanks to our generous supporters, Care for the Homeless is changing lives every day. We're on the front lines of a crisis. Over 60,000 men, women and children are homeless every night in NYC. Your contributions provide critical services to the most vulnerable, at a time when they need our help the most.

From all of us at Care for the Homeless, thank you.

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