Perth Community Struts Stuff For A Good Cause

Perth community struts stuff for a good cause.

Local fashion designer Cheryl Straby hosts fashion show with meaning

Melissa Novacaska
Perth Courier
Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Cheryl Straby, founder of Strévé Design, celebrated 34 years of business in the most fashionable way.

By putting on a fashion show for Perth residents and guests at the Crystal Palace, Straby not only provided a wide range of inspirational outfits, but contributed to a local organization – Interval House.

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On October 17th , I was finally able to celebrate 34 Years in Business with a runway fashion show at Crystal Palace in Perth! With all safety precautions in place, the audience was entertained by watching the models strut my early retro designs from the late 1980’s to present day designs.

I would like to thank my special guests Fashion Envy and Queen Bee Millinery for making the show extra special by adding interest and variety to the show and increasing ticket sales.

I would also like to thank everyone who bought a ticket, made a donation, modelled and volunteered!

I could not have done this without you!

And Wow! We raised $2,100 for Lanark County Interval House ♥️

The fashion show on October 17 was so positive on so many levels, but my goal was to always raise much needed money for such an amazing local community organization!

As a business where my focus is women , I very carefully picked #lanarkcountyintervalhouse which has been in our community for 40 years and helps women leaving an an abusive home .

Interval House has seen an increased need for their services during Covid. In addition to crisis services, I have been really interested to learn that they do outreach counselling to teens in high school. The goal is to help teens learn what is a healthy relationship!