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Review: Couture Designer Randi Rahm Announces Fall Evolution Launch-An Evening of Fashion & Music in NYC and Exclusive VIP Benefit Night

I’ve never have been to a fashion show before so I was excited when I was invited to New York couture designer Randi Rahm Fall Evolution fashion show to benefit the TJ Martelli Foundation. From the red carpet to the most exclusive global events, Rahm has been dressing icons for over 25 years. Look to Hollywood and Broadway where Rahm continues to defy all fashion odds with her unique style and show-stopping designs that A-listers and celebrities demand from their stylists for the most important events of their careers.

As a couture designer in New York City, Rahm has created the “Evolution,” an extraordinary new approach to launching collections outside of the normal fashion world experience. The designer’s Fall Evolution will be a limited edition collection presented at an exclusive event to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation – Music’s Promise for a Cure. As a classically trained pianist and musician, Rahm recognized the synergy between the two organizations and believes that fashion is meant to be uplifting – thus her commitment to giving back.

On Monday, March 18, I joined NYC’s fashionable elite at the Empire Hotel’s Crystal Ballroom, to watch Randi Rahm unveil her Fall Evolution – her take on the classic black tie with a bit of music involved. THe event was hosted by CBS’ Mary Calivi who wore a stunning dress from Randi. After, we were introduced to Maggie Baugh a talented songwriter who played 3 song set It was really fun.

After was themain event. The dresses and outfits were gorgeous, daring and lush.

The T.J. Martell Foundation was founded by Tony Martell in memory of his son who passed away from leukemia. With over $280 million dollars in funding to flagship hospitals across the country, the Foundation provides innovative cancer research and patient treatments, as well as, funding to scientists and medical personnel.  For more information go to www.tjmartell.org

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