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High Fashion Meets High Purpose

International Examiner
“On Dec. 3, a store in downtown Seattle opened for business – the business of giving. At the Sandy Lew Clothing and Accessories store (1401 First Avenue), a trunk show for a cause had dozens of women of all ages “oohing” and “aahing” to specially hand-woven purses. The trunk show coordinators are from the Oba Project – a collaborative effort of nearly 40 multi-generational volunteers ages 25 – 99 years-old, donating their time and skills to produce “hand-fabricated” accessories for sale, with 100 percent of the proceeds gong to charity.”…

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