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            The Second Annual Fashion Show and Sale – run by the Weinbaum Yeshiva High School (WYHS), a religious Zionist high school in Boca Raton, Florida – was a grand success. Organized by seniors, Alix Greenberger and Elizabeth Markovitch, the event was run to demonstrate that being fashionable and modest is possible.

 

The all-women fashion show featured student models, hair and make-up done by students, and a special singing performance by seniors Tarynn Katz and Daniella Litwin.

 

The show featured clothes from Jody’s Clothing, a Coral Springs vendor, Chewing Gum, a store in Miami Beach, and Rodeo Drive, a shop in Brooklyn that shipped clothes south for the event. Following the show, clothes from the various vendors were offered for sale to the excited crowd of students, parents, student models, and faculty.

 

Weinbaum Yeshiva High School is surely proud of all the students who made this year’s fashion show a night to remember.

 

 

 

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