LONG ISLAND FABRIC DESIGNER SET TO PAINT MALL PINK WITH WEARABLE ART
Wearable Art Headwear and Accessories bound for Breast Cancer Awareness at Walt Whitman Mall
Madona Cole-Lacy, the Creative Director and Owner of Madona Cole Originals, is pleased to announce her participation in the Walt Whitman Mall "Days of Caring Expo" from October 7 to October 9, 2011; an event which is part of their month long ,,Paint the Mall Pink'' campaign which embraces health and well-being awareness with emphasis on breast cancer.
Ms. Cole-Lacy describes her mission as one "to offer shoppers the feeling of well-being, contentment and excitement" with her Dignity Headwear and Accessories. On hand will be Gail King ( Ms. Senior America, 2009-2010), model, actress, educator and 38 year breast cancer survivor, who will assist her as she offers free Dignity Enhancement demonstrations and consultations to women who are experiencing hair loss as well as to women who simply want a wearable art accessory to enhance their wardrobe. Through this vehicle, Ms. Cole-Lacy hopes to demonstrate how her versatile and functional Dignity Headwear can be worn with ease and pride as the "perfect solution" to hair loss as well as a fashionable solution to a "bad hair day." Ms. King who has to date, participated in two of Madona Cole Originals fashion shows, is undoubtedly no stranger to the collection! With the focus on wearable art as fashionable solutions and breast cancer health awareness, plans are in place for Ms. King as a 38 year breast cancer survivor to engage shoppers in ,,Dignity mini chats'' on fit-ness, early detection and post-diagnosis steps.
Madona Cole-Lacy develops unique fabric designs and prints from her own original art work, to create one of a kind and limited edition wearable art fashions and accessories for the modern woman and man. She uses a combination of surface design techniques to apply her designs to silk and other natural fabrics using her own exclusive methods. Madona Cole Originals Collections include resort separates and ensembles, hand bags, headwear, silk neckties, vests and shawls/overlays - all of which lend them-selves to one fashion solution or the other. Also noteworthy, is her, Carolyn Series Turwrap „¢ and the Rinde' wrap „¢ which are functional and stylish head-coverings designed to meet a need for women and girls looking to maintain their dignity in the face of hair loss due to chemotherapy, alopecia and other medical-related reasons. The artist creates her wearable art fabrics and fashions at her North Bellmore studio in Long Island.
For more information, please visit our website at www.madonacoleoriginals.com, fill out our contact us form, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (516) 783-9178.