Fashion for a cause

Luly Yang’s 2009 20/20 Couture Fashion Show held at the Fremont Studios on Friday, Oct. 10, raised $100,000 for Camp Korey in Carnation, Wash. The five Camp Korey children models wore their custom Luly Yang dress or suit created just for them by Yang as they worked the runway.

Camp Korey is designed for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses. It allows campers to safely enjoy the activities of a “traditional” camp. Campers have the chance to be with other kids coping with the same illnesses or conditions so they realize that they are not alone. ♦

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