Geri Corrigan and Adrianne Singer. Credit: Asher Almonacy
This year’s Fashion on the Ave event, has been postponed to Wednesday, Sept. 16 due to rain, but Thursday’s party at Delamar went ahead as planned and a great crowd assembled to celebrate both the event and its organizer, Geri Corrigan.
“We really wanted to hold off because this year there are several more outdoor activities associated with the event, including live music, fitness demonstrations and even a cigar sampling by Nat Sherman,” Corrigan said on Thursday at the Delamar, adding that the event has several aspects that will appeal to men.
The event will also feature a long list of popular food trucks. “Each year Fashion on the Ave has been elevated. It’s become a favorite town event,” Corrigan said.
David Fletcher, Director of Operations at L’Escale. Credit: Asher Almonacy
David Fletcher Director of Operations for L’Escale, said that in the past L’Escale traveled to Saks to prepare delicious food on the spot. “This year we thought, ‘Let’s bring fashion all the way down to Steamboat Road to L’Escale,” Mr. Fletcher said, as staff passed delicious hot hors d’oeuvres to grateful guests.
On the 16th, Fashion on the Ave will at 5:30 pm, with Geri Corrigan at the mic in front of the Greenwich Arts Center beginning at 6:00pm.
The event will also include an art show, car show presented by Mercedes-Benz of Greenwich, boats from Beacon Point Marine (Greenwich Water Club), Greenwich Cross Fit demonstrations and a dance performance by the Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich.
Tucker Pope from Casablanca Polo and Kim Decarlo from Lulu Lemon. Credit: Asher Almonacy
James D’Adamo, Geri Corrigan, and Ann Quasarano. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Gigi and Dieter Blennemann. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Sarah Huo, Karen Piscitelli from Beacon Point Marine (Greenwich Water Club), and Ashley Effler. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Becker Chicaiza and Tatyana Kalyozhny. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Event sponsor Christine Georgopulo of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom and Adrienne Singer, president and CEO of Greenwich YWCA. Credit: Ashe Almonacy
Gabrielle Carbonetti from Val’s Putnam Wines and Kim Johnson. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Jeb Fiorita of Val’s Putnam Wines and Frank Gaudio, President and Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of Greenwich. Credit: Leslie Yager
Donna Buscemi, Geri Corrigan, Jackie Hvolbeck, Sonia Hedvat, Stephanie Dunn Ashley and Adele Catino. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Jeb Fiorita, Julia Chiappetta, and Frank J. Guadio Credit: Asher Almonacy
Frank Murphy and Jeb Fiorita, from Val’s Putnam Wines. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Jonny Cann and Kim Johnson. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Jonny Cann and friend. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Donna Buscemi, Jackie Hvolbeck, David Fletcher (Director of Operations at L’Esale), Sonia Hedvat, Stephanie Dunn Ashley and Adele Catino. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Stacy Ray and Amy Gordon Credit: Asher Almonacy
Anne Friday, Michelle Jordan, Stephanie Torres, and Ann Quasarano (from left to right) Credit: Asher Almonacy
Delicious hot passed hors d’oeuvres at the Delamar celebration of Fashion on the Ave. Credit: Asher Almonacy
Credit: Asher Almonacy
Mindy Roca and Kim Sclafani. Credit: Asher Almonacy
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