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Published: Sunday, 5/26/2013

ON THE TOWN

Fashion show raised money for Toledo Symphony

BY BARBARA HENDEL
BLADE SOCIETY EDITOR
From left, Beth Bowman, Katie Maskey, Deborah Born, event chairman, and Jane Wurth at the Fashion on a High Note event for the Toledo Symphony From left, Beth Bowman, Katie Maskey, Deborah Born, event chairman, and Jane Wurth at the Fashion on a High Note event for the Toledo Symphony
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Several fashion shows provided a preview of what to wear this summer and a sneak peek at fall fashions.

Suzanne Fredericks wears a black zippered dress. Suzanne Fredericks wears a black zippered dress.
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“Fashion on a High Note” at Carranor Hunt and Polo Club in April presented fashions provided by On Stage, CaBi by Pam Pilz, VCouture, Ragazza, and Elegant Rags.

An auction had style, too: A Giorgio Armani tie donated by VCouture and an autographed hat and a script from Criminal Minds television show, courtesy of actor Jeanne Tripplehorn and husband Leland Orser, nephew of Jonathan Orser of Perrysburg.

Event chairman Deborah Born reports that $5,000 was raised for the Toledo Symphony.



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