January 10, 2012 - (BOHEMIA, New York) - Possibly the youngest fashion designer on Long Island, 11 year old Brielle Caro is creating a dress line specifically for the non-profit organization, Angela's House which will be sold exclusively at Geraci Condello Boutique in Saint James.
Caro of Smithtown always had a knack for design illustrations. So when she was introduced to Geraci Condello, the idea to join forces in creating a line was only natural. Known for their updated trends in women's stylish clothing, Geraci Condello Boutique is a store designed to offer customizable and trendy apparel. All of the store's apparel is made exclusively by Madeline Grudens and her mother, Madeline Sangiorgio.
Caro's designs are not your run of the mill children's apparel; the designs are mature and elegant. The remarkable 11 years old, with the aid of Geraci Condello, is creating the fashionable line that is beyond her years and making it committed to charity. Proceeds from the sales of her dress will be exclusively for Angela's House Spring Gala in March, honoring the organization 20th year.
Angela's House assists families caring for children that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness. The organizations aids to keep children out of hospitals and enhance their quality of life by providing a loving home where all of their needs are met and exceeded. The organization holds a yearly Spring Gala to honor supporters and the families. For the 20th year, the organization is celebrating at The Watermill in Smithtown on March 29th with cocktail reception, open bar, dinner, and a Chinese auction. This is a natural partnership for the talented young Caro, who has participated in the charity's events in the past.