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COAT DONATIONS REQUESTED – HAUTE PURSUIT RUNWAY SHOW BENEFITING CHILDREN of MARK CUBAN HEROES BASKETBALL CENTER

Open to the public, the free fashion show will feature 30 teens and young adults from the Heroes Center; winter clothing and monetary donations accepted through Dec. 10 at Planet Lincoln Dallas Love Field Donning glitzy cocktail holiday attire and chic leisurewear by local designers, 30 teens and young adults will strut their stuff for the Haute Pursuit Runway Show on Friday, Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Planet Lincoln Dallas Love Field. Benefiting the children served by the Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center, the fashion show is free and open to the public. Children’s winter clothing items – including coats, hats and gloves – as well as monetary donations are appreciated. Guests are asked to RSVP by Dec. 9 to HautePursuit10@gmail.com.

Donations can be dropped off now through Dec. 10 at Planet Lincoln Dallas Love Field, located at 7767 Lemmon Ave, Dallas. Monetary donations can also be made at markcubanheroescenter.org/donate.

The runway show will feature a variety of pieces by local designers including Indigo1745, Vintage Martini, 3Volt, Drt. Life, Roger Canamar, Bonobos and Steven Goudeau. Recording artists Ross David and Kevin Ross will perform, and Hannah Davis, host of WFAA’s Good Morning Texas, will serve as emcee.

For more information on the Center, go to markcubanheroescenter.org.

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