It was all about fall fashion and fun – and raising money for the Kennedy Krieger Institute – at Green Spring Station.
The evening kicked off with a cocktail hour in the station’s atrium, much of the opening tented for the evening, which kept the night’s rains from dampening the party spirit.
Then, the fashion show got underway…
…which featured fashion ranging from gowns to activewear…
…all from the center’s shops.
Pictured (LtoR) Andrea Moore, Johns Hopkins Health System business support division manager; Laura Mannarino, YogaWorks yoga instructor; Jennifer Spencer, community volunteer; and Monique Cleverley, pharmaceutical sales representative
Pictured (LtoR) Nancy Grasmick, Kennedy Krieger Institute board chair; Hristina Schlaggar, addiction researcher; and Lainy LeBow-Sachs, Kennedy Krieger Institute executive vice president
Pictured (LtoR) Lisa Vogel, The Lisa Vogel Agency owner; and Katie Constable, community volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Chelsea Smith, The Lisa Vogel Agency director; and Emma Young, Baltimore area sales marketing manager
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, Kennedy Krieger Institute CEO; and Wes Moore, Robin Hood Foundation CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Dulany Dent, The Nanny Network president; Brigid Zuknick, Baltimore School for the Arts institutional grants & alumni director; and Carter Arnot Polakoff, Baltimore School for the Arts foundation director
Pictured (LtoR) Jennifer Peden, medical device sales representative; and Carin Patterson, community volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Elizabeth Diamond, community volunteer; Scott Vandiver, Reltio vice president of sales; and Janel Dutton, Baltimore area teacher (September 7, 2018 – Green Spring Station)