Power of Pink: Nicole Miller Philadelphia

Nicole Miller boutique owner Mary K. Dougherty and Jefferson University Hospital Radiologist Dr. Annina Wilkes invite you to embrace the “Power of Pink” October 25th at their Center City location in Philadelphia.  An amazing opportunity for inspiring conversation and an evening of shopping to raise money and awareness for women affected by breast cancer.

Breast cancer touches nearly every one of us in some way or another. Most of us know someone, whether it’s an aunt, mother, cousin, sister, or friend, who has battled breast cancer. About one in eight U.S. women will develop an invasive form of breast cancer in their lifetime — over 260,000 women will be diagnosed with new cases in 2018 alone. But there are also over 3 million breast cancer survivors in the United States today.

Anita Grossberg has been with Nicole Miller Philadelphia for three years. “I was drawn to work here partly because of their commitment to philanthropy. Nine years ago my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Luckily she was able to catch her cancer early,” says Grossberg.

This unfortunate circumstance brought our family closer together and introduced a group of extraordinary women called the River Sisters. My mother discovered the DRAGON BOAT TEAM River Sisters, a diverse group of fierce cancer survivors from various backgrounds. They compete in races all over New Jersey and Pennsylvania, even traveling as far as Italy. This group has provided a major support system for my mother, proving to her cancer is not a reason to give up, but a reason to fight harder. My Aunt was diagnosed three years ago, her cancer was more complicated. We once again realized the importance of family, resilience and the power of a positive attitude. All of these incredible women have given me strength to always remember and to never give up and be grateful for family and friends.

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Please share your story: #powerofpinkPhilly

10% of event sales will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services to help women whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer. Nicole Miller limited edition pink umbrellas will also be for sale, with 100% of the proceeds donated to the cause.

Meet artist Nataliya Yermolenko who will donate 10% of her sales through the month of October to LBBC. Please RSVP to Nicole Munoz: NMunoz@nicolemillerphiladelphia.com.

 

 

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Win two Tickets To Fashion Touchdown

“Do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” – Nicole Miller 

Nicole Miller, the internationally recognized designer behind the Nicole Miller fashion brand, will attend this year’s Fashion Touchdown Event to unveil her custom-made leather jacket featuring an embroidered Eagle inspired, designed to celebrate this year’s Super Bowl championship. Now in its fifth year, Fashion Touchdown raised more than $360,000 last year. Proceeds from this year’s event, scheduled for November 5, will again go toward Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region. Watch your favorite Eagles players walk the runway to raise money for mentoring programs!

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Fashion Touchdown is something we look forward to all year because it blends our loves of fashion, Philadelphia and giving back to the community,” said Mary Dougherty, owner of Nicole Miller Philadelphia. “We have been honored to be involved since 2016 and are excited to showcase some surprise pieces this year.” Call Nicole Miller in Philadelphia to reserve your exclusive Eagles inspired leather jacket {also available in black} or email info@nicolemillerphiladelphia.com. Sign up to win two tickets to fashion touchdown.

Fashion Touchdown

Carroll went behind the scene at Nicole Miller for New York Fashion Week. To call New York Fashion Week a “fashion frenzy” would be an exaggeration, behind the scenes is an army of stylists and make-up artists. Nicole Miller’s Eighties club-kid-inspired Spring collection mixed nostalgia with a cool-girl vibe for a fun, wearable line as featured in WWD, Vogue Magazine, and People

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