Founded in 1942, the West Virginia Symphony League (WVSL) inspires community support for the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra (WVSO) through a wide range of innovative fundraising events, educational programs and hands-on projects. The League is one of the largest single sources of financial support for the WVSO. Our volunteer members come from all sectors of the community. Membership is open to all who share our commitment to enriching and elevating our state through the finest symphonic music.
The West Virginia Symphony League Fashion Show, " A Celebration of Heroes," Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the University of Charleston, celebrated 10 heroes in the community, including Jennifer Brumfield, an oncology nurse; Dural Miller, the program director for the Keep Your Faith Cooperation on Charleston’s West Side and Harold Hayslett, a World War II veteran and violin maker. The heroes, as well as the model,s walked down the runway. Three models did a special tribute for Helen Lodge, wearing furs from House of LUXE. Models showed off clothes from 20 different retailers, including Tony the Tailor, Two Eighteen, White House Black Market and Heidi Dylan, a boutique downtown.
We thank all of our models and we thank our retailers very much:
RETAILERS: Heidi, Buckle, Charlotte Russe, Virginia Lee, Morgan Rhea, Kin Ship Goods, Charleston Department Store, Francesca's, University Girl Apparel, Initialed Life, New York & Company, Charlie Boutique, Kelly's Mens Shop, Geraniums, Two Eighteen, White House Black Market, Ivor's Trunk, Tony the Tailor, House of Luxe, and The Boutique by B.Belle Events.
West Virginia Symphony League
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