Fashion & Beauty

Dressed for a Cause — ‘Women’s Voices for Change’ Celebrates 10 Years

This past Monday, our non-profit organization, Women’s Voices for Change, celebrated ten years with a fabulous luncheon attended by over 400 guests of elegance and style. Our publisher, Dr. Patricia Allen, wrote about the significance of the moment in the history of the organization’s growth. We  honored Christy Turlington Burns, chosen as our 2015 Champion for Change, an award given to women who have made a difference. The luncheon guests glowed with their enthusiasm and support for the work of Women’s Voices, and we took note of what they wore, including their talent for pairing their outfits with beautiful jewelry pieces and accessories.

Photos courtesy of Cheryl Fleming,


Anne Goulanadris wearing a Chanel dress and the Verdura “Criss Cross Cuff.”








WVFCDr. Patricia Allen, publisher of Women’s Voices for Change, wearing a Michael Kors dress. She pairs it with the Pleiades Earclips and a signature cuff by Verdura.



Marcia Mishaan complements a white shirt by layering an off-white bead necklace with an antique cross necklace.





WVFCJulia Perry pairs a Dior dress, with a Prada pin, vintage Goyard bag and Christian Dior shoes.


WVFCJulie Al Hejailan wearing Vince shirt and pants, a Chanel jacket, Dior bag and Helmut Lang shoes.

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  • Suzanne September 25, 2015 at 9:12 am

    Congratulations on celebrating WVFC’s ten-year anniversary. And thank you for this wonderful project that helps women reclaim the second half of our lives. I am a fan! Suzanne