Tlaxcala designers organize fundraising fashion show to help children with leukemia


The event is called “502 Tlaxcala Runway” and will be held on August 14 at 7:00 p.m. it will be to help families to acquire chemotherapies.

At a press conference, Tlaxcaltecan designers called on the public to attend a fashion show with a cause for the benefit of the Hearts of Love Against Leukemia Foundation, AC, on August 14 at 7:00 p.m.

The 502 Tlaxcala Runway, is basically an event that will help raise funds to this foundation that does not have any government support. María Haydee Noya Cortés, director of the association, assured that this type of event is of great help for children and their families as they help to acquire chemotherapies, especially in these difficult times when the AMLO’s government is not complying with the delivery of medicines to children with cancer.

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The entrepreneurs mentioned that this synergy between contemporary art, fashion, and the support of the people of Tlaxcala, a small state full of wonderful people, will trigger great support for children with leukemia.

This event will be held at the Munive Arte Contemporáneo Venue located on Independencia Street in the capital city.

The catwalk will feature the participation of the Tlaxcala fashion designer Yatzuri Patiño, creator of the MentaFrida brand, who will present the Josefina and Ana Pau collection; the designer Andrea Zamora, creator of Hilaria Boutique Mexicana with the presentation of her new collection entitled Mamacita and Judit Huerta, creator of the Yudelka Huerta brand that integrates original elements in her designs.


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