Ticket reminder: Eido Swimwear’s fashion show benefits disabled women and home abuse survivors
Tayo Ishola is a fashion model born in Nigeria. She started participating in the beauty contest at the age of 15. Now, she designs and designs Eido Swimwear, a Miami-based swimwear and vacation apparel company that regularly hosts fundraising events for women.
Eido’s Wonder Woman program is a program set up by the company to highlight the struggles of women around the world and help them. The website says: “Our mission is not to empower women. Its mission is to inspire and activate women’s strengths, strengthen women and make them visible.”
The Wonder Woman program will be co-operating with Le P’ti Club for the 15th anniversary to help women born with disabilities and survivors of domestic violence and abuse, especially in other countries that may lack US resources.
The event, A Jazz Speakeasy and Red Carpet fashion events and fundraising events will take place on September 14th at 8pm at Kasa Champet Restaurant and Lounge at 7920 Pines Cape Avenue, Pembroke, Florida. At 2 am, the ticket price is $20 to $25, and the first few buyers get free tickets. Tickets are at eventbrite.com/e/49298932434.
According to the organization, the dress code for the night is black, white and red/rose. The jazz band Eric and Jazzers will play, followed by Strings and Steel’s “Twoubadou”, bringing the stage of calypso, reggae and kompa music.