“Salute the Runway” Honoring Military Servicewomen and Veterans Kicks Off New York Fashion Week

Salute the Runway fashion show, presented by Little Black Dress Wines and Fatigues to Fabulous, kicked off New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 by honoring America's veterans. Fourteen military servicewoman and veterans from around the country walked the runway in an effort to raise awareness and support for our women in uniform, and their transition to re-entering civilian life. Each servicewoman wore a different variation of the iconic little black dress.

Participating design houses included DKNY, Calvin Klein, Carmen Marc Valvo, Norisol Ferrari, BCBG, Tahari, Rebecca Taylor, Betsey Johnson, Nicole Miller, Tadashi, Tommy Hilfiger, Michael by Michael Kors and Mara Hoffman, with makeup artists representing Bobbi Brown Cosmetics and hairstylists on behalf of Aveda worked to beautify the women, pre-show. Before the servicewomen took to the runway, supermodel Hilary Rhoda provided exclusive coaching and tips for walking the runway.

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