Mr. Sid to host benefit event for Art beCAUSE Breast Cancer Foundation

Mr Sid is passionate about the ArtbeCAUSE event and their efforts to continually support breast cancer treatment and research. Please join them for a fashion show extravaganza designed to entertain as well as support this worthy cause.The event includes cocktails,a live auction and beautiful models.

Newton, United States - April 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The Art beCAUSE Breast Cancer Foundation has just released the lineup for this year’s highly anticipated celebrity style extravaganza hosted by prominent local clothing retailers Mr. Sid and Gretta Luxe.

The fashion show and cocktail party will take place at the gorgeous Wellesley Country Club on April 27th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm.

Mr. Sid is a proud sponsor of the benefit event. Organized to raise funds for breast cancer research, proceeds assist Art beCAUSE in their quest to discover the root environmental causes of breast cancer and to educate the public on detection and prevention.

Mr. Sid, Vice President, Barry Segel said, “We are proud to sponsor the Art beCAUSE annual fashion show. It’s a fantastic evening that everyone thoroughly enjoys and it helps a really worthy cause. I’m sure this year’s event is going to be one of the best yet.”

The evening’s emcee, Gretta Monahan, is a style and beauty expert and successful author. Special guest emcee Robert Verdi, celebrity stylist and television personality, is also scheduled to appear. Attendees are invited to sample wine and hors d’oeuvres while bidding in a live charity auction run by the co-host of “Dining Playbook” Jenny Johnson.

Modern styles from both Mr. Sid and Gretta Luxe fashion boutiques will be presented by a broad array of celebrity models and breast cancer survivors. Models include Miss Massachusetts Julia Scaparatti, celebrity chef Jason Santos, fashion designer Daniela Corte and a number of local news and radio personalities.

Music will be provided by DJ Rich DiMare from KISS 108, FM radio.

The registration fee is $110. Guests can register here.

About Mr. Sid:

Mr. Sid offers discerning men a tantalizing selection of top luxury brands in suits, shoes, casual wear and accessories. On site master tailors ensure a perfect fit. Mr. Sid provides clients with a men’s grooming parlour, billiards table and complimentary bourbon bar.

Contact Info:
Name: Barry
Organization: Mr. Sid
Address: 1211 Centre Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02459, United States
Phone: +1-617-969-4540

For more information, please visit http://mrsid.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 188787

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