The fashion community turns out to raise funds for first responders

More than 260 guests experienced a lot of firsts the other night at Marina Bay in Quincy when fashion designer Denise Hajjar hosted a fashion show with the boardwalk serving as the catwalk for the models. The sold-out event was a fundraiser to fund charities that fund and support first responders and those working in healthcare during the Covid-19 pandemic. Among those on hand were Quincy police and firefighters (who arrived in a fire truck), a table of nurses on a night off, and Lt. Colonel Enoch Woodhouse, (ret.) US Air Force, a World War II veteran and member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen. The businesses that came together to put this show on were The Reel House, Victory Point Italian Restaurant, Port 305 and Siros, and, of course, Denise Hajjar – Marina Bay, where you can buy Hajjar’s designs.

All photos by Bill Brett

Yolanda Cellucci attended Denise Hajjar’s fashion show.

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