Bella Salon of Lufkin, Texas held its second annual fashion show, Capitol Couture, March 19, 2015, to a packed house at Abram’s on First Street.
“I decided to theme this year’s fashion show after The Hunger Games because the main character is strong and she protects her people. She gives them hope,” said Brenda Weaver, owner of Bella Salon. “I hope that through this event we have given you hope.”
Models from around the East Texas area showcased fashion trends for the spring and summer seasons and highlighted collections found at local boutiques for all ages and sizes including Let Them Be Little, The Pink Leopard, Mama Tried, Rubie and Jane, and Poise Boutique. Hair and make-up were styled by Bella technicians.
As an Aveda concept salon, Bella participates in initiatives that protect the Earth, in particular clean water projects. The proceeds raised at the fashion show benefited Gulf Restoration Network, which promotes and protects the ecology of the Gulf of Mexico in order to provide clean water for five states and three nations.