Tickets on Sale Now for 2011 Walk This Way Charity Fashion Show on November 2, 2011!


Mark your calendars and get ready for the 2011 WALK THIS WAY event 
THIS Wednesday, November 2 from 
6:30 pm – 10 pm,
held at the gorgeous Andrew Mellon Auditorium (!

Come support Washington Redskins’ Brian Orakpo, Anthony Armstrong, DeAngelo HallCapitals’ John Carlson, Karl Alzner, Nick Backstrom, DC United’s Ben Olsen, Former Redskins Gary Clark, Former Jets John Bootyand others as they take a stand against domestic violence at 2011 “Walk This Way.”

Co-hosted by Comcast Sportsnet’s Julie Donaldson and Fox’s Steve Chenevey, this event will feature amazing food, fashion, and entertainment all while supporting Becky’s Fund’s efforts in promoting the prevention of domestic and dating violence in our communities. In addition to the fashion show, Art Soiree Co. will add an artistic touch to the evening by presenting a special art exhibit of local artists’ work, as part of their Art Can Make A Difference project.

Other Special Guests in attendance include Redskins Tim Hightower, Former Jets Marvin Jones, No.1 Contender for IBF and Junior Welterweight Professional boxer, Lamont Peterson, Lightweight Professional Boxer, Anthony Peterson, Mayor Vincent Gray, DC Council Chair Kwame Brown, DC Councilman Michael Brown, DC Councilman Harry Thomas

We are grateful for our Honorary Host Committee’s support in helping create awareness for domestic violence prevention through 2011 Walk This Way!

Thank you, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, Senator Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, Senator Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, Co-Author of VAWA Congresswoman Louise Slaughter of New York, Congresswoman Kathy Hochul of New York, Congressman Dan Boren of Oklahoma, Congressman Ted Poe of Texas, House Democratic Senior Whip Congressman Mike Honda of California and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton of the District of Columbia!

The event will highlight three amazing stories of survival describing the cycles of domestic violence in a unique theatrical presentation that will incorporate three eras of design as interpreted by Eric Finn Custom Clothiers and renown women’s designer, Maggie Norris Couture, the legendary designer who has dressed classic personalities such as Audrey Hepburn, Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman among others.

After our main event at the Mellon, guests will be invited to attend the Official Walk This Way afterparty at OPERA,
located at 1400 I St, NW, Washington DC 20005.

**This will truly be a night to remember in Washington D.C. and we hope you will join us!**


Tati Ana, Joe Arnold, Caryn Bailey, Theo Bell, Blue Knot Strategies, A. Scott Bolden, Josh Boles, Chadleon Booker,Doug Bradshaw, Steve Chenevey, Ken Christensen, Michael Clements, Kelly Ann Collins, Amanda Deatherage, Julie Anne Donaldson, Mark Drapeau, Taryn Fielder, Flavius Galiber, Juleanna Glover, Angie Goff, Erwin Gomez, Carlos Gray, Erika Paola Gutierrez, Dannia Hakki, Jennifer Harlow, Andre Johnson, Susie Kay, Tiffany Keaton, Sandro Keresa,Riz Khan, Matt Landsberg, Alicia Lewis, Diamond David Lee,Cynthia de Lorenzi, Jimmy Lynn, Leigh Macdonald, Lindsey Mask, Dr. Alex Naini, Sharon O’Brien, Maggie O’Neill, Charles Paret, Mike Ponticelli, Carl Ray, Christina Sevilla , John Schriffen, Matt Schwartz,Todd Sherbacow El Southerland, Richard Strauss, Yvonne Taylor, Michael Tuteur, John Hamilton, Kimberly Warfield, Leia Warren, Andre Wells, Nancy Wolff, Mayor Vincent Gray, Council Chair Kwame Brown,Councilmembers Yvette Alexander, Muriel Bowser, Michael Brown, Jack Evans, and Harry Thomas.


General Admission ~ $125 ~ 
Includes open bar, food, entertainment

VIP ~ $200 ~ Includes open bar and food, entertainment, VIP seating, access to VIP areas, and VIP gift bag