National Charity League hosts Mardi Gras Fashion Show

Valerie Quick, Susan Cowles

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The Del Sol Chapter of National Charity League held a Mardi Gras Fashion Show on Oct. 23 at the Del Mar Hilton to raise funds for San Pasqual Academy, a first-in-the-nation residential education campus designed specifically for foster teens. Twenty-three girls representing the chapter’s sophomore class sported clothes from Pink Lagoon (Cedros), LF La Jolla, Del Mar Kids/The Back Room, Tobi Blatt (Carmel Valley), Pretty Please (Del Mar Highlands), Macy’s Fashion Valley, White House/Black Market (Fashion Valley) and Passion Fine Jewelry (Cedros). Photos: Rob McKenzie

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