Marina Bay is the setting for Denise Hajjar fashion show to benefit St. Mary’s

QUINCY — The weather may have pushed the sold-out fashion show hosted by Denise Hajjar to June 23rd, but when the 400 people gathered at Marina Bay in Quincy it was a beautiful night that benefited St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children in Dorchester.

Among the many area businesses that joined Hajjar for “Eat. Drink. Model.” included: Marina Bay Living, Siros restaurant, Victory Point restaurant, Marina Bay Market, Port 305 restaurant, Montilio’s Bakery, Reel House, ALBA, Granite Links golf course, Coach, Dorchester Florist/Coleen’s Flowers, Cedar Grove Gardens, Abby Park, the Frugal Fixer, Top it Off, and Indie Salon and Skincare. The music for the event was by Lady DJ.

Joining Denise for the in-person runway show was an array of notables including fashion mavens Yolanda Cellucci and David Josef, former sports anchor Bob Lobel, yoga maestro Tacahou Dubuisson Brown, and models Elsa Rocha and Dee Rodrigues.

All photos by Bill Brett

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