Happy #FashionFriday! This past week Neiman Marcus at Garden State Plaza in Paramus hosted a fashion show and luncheon benefiting Soroka Medical Center. The show displayed Rickie Freeman’s new fall collection for Teri Jon.
Co-chairs Jackie Koby and Mindy Gale-Zeigerman organized this event with Neiman Marcus and Rickie to raise awareness for the Soroka Medical Center and to help fund new projects in Israel.
Her collection gave us a preview of her fall looks that are multigenerational, look great in any size, and can be dressed up or down. Rickie stressed the importance of comfortability with all her looks. If you’re going to look good, might as well be comfortable too! Her dresses promise to give you the stretch and movement you’ve always wanted.
The looks varied from short dresses to gowns, and even pant suits! With dark colors to brighter ones, you can find one that perfectly matches your occasion. Models showcased looks with lots of sparkles and shine. One of her many looks included a beautiful, covered up animal print dress. She showed us that being covered up and sleeves can be attractive.
You can wear any of Rickie’s looks for a day occasion, to dinner, wedding guest, or any affair you may have. Some of her looks can be worn anytime of the year!
To add more excitement to the day, The History of the Star of David Art by Marc Bennett generously donated a $4,000 piece of artwork that was raffled off during the event!