Catwalk for Water Fashion Show to get earth wise

by Jeff Pederson
Sheboygan Falls News Editor


THE FOURTH ANNUAL Catwalk for Water Spring Fashion Show benefiting The Alliance for Great Lakes will take place Saturday, April 5, at Bemis Bath Shoppe. The event, which is co-sponsored by Salon 511, will run from 2-4 p.m. Pictured are Lindsay Igl and Nikki Miesner, who served as models at last year's show. - Submitted photo THE FOURTH ANNUAL Catwalk for Water Spring Fashion Show benefiting The Alliance for Great Lakes will take place Saturday, April 5, at Bemis Bath Shoppe. The event, which is co-sponsored by Salon 511, will run from 2-4 p.m. Pictured are Lindsay Igl and Nikki Miesner, who served as models at last year's show. - Submitted photo With the arrival of some somewhat warmer weather, the latest clothing, hair and make-up fashions are starting to come to the forefront as the spring season kicks into high gear.

For the fourth consecutive year, Bemis Bath Shoppe and Salon 511 in Sheboygan Falls are set to host the 2014 Catwalk for Water Spring Fashion Show benefitting The Alliance for Great Lakes Saturday, April 5.

The event, which runs from 2-4 p.m., will take place at Bemis Bath Shoppe, located at 512 Broadway St. in downtown Sheboygan Falls.

This year’s show, which will be held in conjunction with Earth Month 2014, provides an opportunity to see the latest in spring fashion, hair and make-up featuring area retailers, independent clothing designers including “recycled” collections, spring dresses and casual wear.

“This is a great way to get a view of the latest spring fashions from throughout the area,” Salon 511 co-owner and event organizer Vicky LeMahieu said. “We will be featuring fashions from several local businesses, including, Maurice’s and A Cute Angle out of Manitowoc.

“One of the things we are doing for the first time this year is showing off men fashions,” she said. “Art Imig’s will be presenting all of the men’s fashion for us this year, which is exciting.”

In addition, one lucky member of the audience will be selected to get a whole new look for spring.

“We will be doing a surprise makeover again this year,” Le- Maheiu said. “We will be taking someone out of the audience and doing a makeover at Salon 511. Their new look will be debuted at the end of the show.

“Last year we made over Dorothy Schueffner with a completely new look,” she said. “She really looked fantastic.”

LeMahieu is hoping to attract a full house for the event.

“We can hold up to 80 people in the space at Bemis,” LeMahieu said. “Our goal is to hit that number.”

Proceeds from the event benefit The Alliance for Great Lakes and its mission to conserve and restore the world’s largest freshwater resource using policy, education and local efforts to support healthy Great Lakes and clean water for current and future generations of people and wildlife.

“We wanted this to tie in with Earth Day and we think The Alliance for Great Lakes fits in very well with the Earth Day theme because its goal is to maintain clean water,” LeMahieu said. “Last year, we raised $4,000 for the cause, which is really outstanding.”

Tickets, which includes a complimentary beverage, hors d’oeuvres and a chance to enter several raffles, are now on sale at Salon 511 and Bemis Bath Shoppe for $25 each. Tickets will be $30 at the door.

“It is really a fun event for everyone,” LeMahieu said. “It is great for women and men and even kids. It is a family event that everyone can get into.”

Event sponsors include Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly Bread and Bean Eatery, Salon 511 and Bemis Bath Shoppe. For more information, call 920-467-3339.


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