Monday, April 20, 2015

Oh So Charitable: Accessible Luxury 2015

Accessible Luxury was created to celebrate Dallas retailers and to bring together individuals with luxurious tastes in fashion, cars, cuisine and gems to benefit Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. This year's soiree will be led by event chair, Jackson, and honorary chairs Clarice Tinsley and Stephan Giles. Join us on Saturday, May 2 at the luxurious Park Place Premier Collection at 5300 Lemmon Avenue. Party goers will have a night of impeccable fun with a myriad of exciting activities like the Maserati Man Cave featuring Beretta. This male-dominated cavern will showcase Beretta’s polished apparel, guns and gear. You will also enjoy specialty drinks and hand-rolled cigars. Maybe you'd prefer the Bentley Bubble Room featuring dazzling jewelry and champagne? Or perhaps the Jaguar Jungle Lounge where you can party on the patio and enjoy a coffee bar and nibbles. Everyone will be dazzled at the Rolls-Royce Runway Show featuring Highland Park retailers. The McLaren Moonlight Room will offer the chance to enter a raffle as well as bid on the Big Board for some luxurious items. Don't forget to take a photo in the Photomadic photo booth and post it to your social media channels (#AccessibleLuxury).

Guests will have an opportunity to enjoy a special VIP experience for $500 each which includes 2 event tickets, access for 2 guests to VIP hour, priority runway show seating for 2, luxury swag bag, bourbon and Champagne Tasting and one (1) complimentary raffle ticket. Reserved runway show seating is guaranteed for sponsors and VIP ticket holders only. Individual tickets are $125 and provide standing room only at the runway show. Get more information or purchase tickets at TSRHC is a world leader in the treatment of pediatric orthopedic conditions. Since 1921, TSRHC has treated children with orthopedic conditions, such as scoliosis, clubfoot, hand disorders, hip disorders and limb length differences, as well as certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. Admission is open to children from birth up to 18 years of age. TSRHC, the only Scottish Rite hospital in the world, is not affiliated with the Shriners Hospitals for Children. I love that they will treat any patient - regardless of the family's ability to pay.