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Witness the remarkable homecoming of fashion, community leadership and economic development at the Sixth Annual Fashion on Fulton and Friends benefiting Brooklyn Community Housing and Services (BCHS), one of New York City’s premier providers of supportive housing, at 6 p.m., June 9 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), 30 Lafayette Avenue.

BCHS celebrates their commitment to ending homelessness in Brooklyn, while saluting the achievement and dedication of three distinguished Brooklynites: Nicholas Lembo, president and CEO of Monadnock Construction and the Capsys Corp; Marolyn Davenport, senior vice president of the Real Estate Board of New York; and Maria T. Jones, partner with the law firm Kramer Levin Naftalis and Frankel.

The event begins with a cocktail reception and silent auction, featuring donations from all over the borough. Guests will bid on Barge Music passes from the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, Greene Grape and Madiba wine and dine certificates in the heart of Fort Greene; free ice skating at Aviator Sports & Recreation off the Belt Parkway, and horseback riding at the Jamaica Bay Riding Academy; the indulgent delights of Cake Man Raven confectionery on Fulton Street and Nu Yu Day Spa in Clinton Hill, and much more.

The fundraiser is topped with ‘style’, as hostess Celebrity Styleaholic, Najwa Moses presents Brooklyn’s finest fashion and accessory designers in a comprehensive runway show.

For tickets, call 718-222-1808 extension 140 or visit www.bchands.org.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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