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A Walk in Paris Charity Fund Raiser

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A walk in Paris

Couture Rocks is bejeweling models for the Walk in Paris - Round up for Autism charity luncheon. Join us on April 23 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas - The fashion show and luncheon last from noon to 1:30 p.m., and tickets are $100.  For tickets and information, call 972-644-2076, ext. 106, or go to roundupforautism.org.

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The Roundup for Autism along with Binzario Couture are having their first fashion show and luncheon April 23 at The Fairmont Hotel.

The money raised at “A Walk in Paris” will benefit Autism Treatment Centers of Texas.

The vintage French-inspired fashion show will showcase custom gowns by Binzario designers Andre Yabin and Luis Nazario. It’s being produced by Jeannette Chivvis of Chivvis Style.

The models will wear jewelry from Couture Rocks Fine Jewelry.

Yvonne Crum will be the emcee, and Carrie McClure, host of Good Morning Texas on WFAA-TV (Channel 8), will be a special guest.

Roundup for Autism executive director Gina Marx and Mary Bentley are the luncheon co-chairs.

“We are overwhelmed so far with the support of the D-FW community and are so thankful to have Binzario Couture on board to help make this event even more special,” Marx said.

The luncheon is a warmup for Roundup for Autism’s two-day fall event, the parade and rodeo in the Fort Worth Stockyards, followed the next day by the black-tie Pegasus Ball at the Fairmont. That event will take place Sept. 18 and 19.

A Binzario gown and two tickets to the Pegasus Ball will be raffled off at the luncheon. Raffle tickets are $25 or five for $100.

The fashion show and luncheon last from noon to 1:30 p.m., and tickets are $100.

For tickets and information, call 972-644-2076, ext. 106, or go to roundupforautism.org.

The Roundup for Autism was founded in 1988 by Bobby Norris in honor of his daughter. It raises money for Autism Treatment Centers of Texas, which provides diagnostic services, research, residential, education, training, therapy and occupational opportunities.