Students at in to benefit Inspirica, formerly known as , a Stamford-based social service agency that helps individuals and families break the cycle of homelessness.
The show, which was held in the school's student commons area, was entirely planned and produced by students and included fashions donated by local retailers, according to a press release. More than 230 people attended the benefit, which reportedly raised $3,730 for the agency.
St. Luke's School junior Christie Kuehner, who had served as a volunteer at Inspirica last spring, organized the event — and a dedicated team of student volunteers brought it to fruition.
"LifeWorks was the inspiration for creating the fashion show," Kuehner said in the release. "I was so impressed by their excellent programs designed to support families in transition by giving them access to the tools and resources they need to help them get back on their feet."