A style revolution on the Lakeshore

The world of fashion came to Grand Haven on Thursday night when Donaylle Nicole Hair Studio of Grand Haven hosted the fourth annual spring style show, "Lakeshore Style Revolution,' to benefit the Center for Women in Transition. "We decided to work closely with that organization I would say five years ago,' Donaylle Rogers said. "We just heard about an organization that does so much to stop domestic violence and sexual abuse - and, because we're an organization of women, we felt it was close to our heart to help other women.'
Alex Doty
Mar 25, 2011

The Center for Women in Transition provides assistance for women and children who are dealing with challenges from domestic violence, sexual assault and other life-changing situations. Charisse Mitchell, the center’s executive director, said CWIT helps 3,000 women per year, and it’s designed to support and empower them.

“You’re changing their lives, their world, every day,” Mitchell told the audience at Thursday night’s show at the Grand Hall of Harbourfront Place in downtown Grand Haven.

Mitchell also highlighted Rogers’ salon and their hard work to benefit the Center for Women in Transition. She said the event did a lot to show their spirit and commitment to the community.

“This is an organization and business that does so much for so many,” Mitchell said.

Nearly 40 models of all ages graced the runway with casual, formal and professional attire from local businesses and area fashion designers.

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