After the wrap up of NY Fashion Week, fashion is still on the forefront of many minds. While not all of the looks that were presented in NY last week are realistic for busy moms, business professionals, and chic women in Wisconsin, the Go Red for Women Spring Fashion Show at Macy’s will model looks that can perfectly move from the runway to your wardrobe.
Macy’s will be styling all of the models, both male and female from child to adult. Because each look is coming directly from Macy’s you can be guaranteed it will be a realistic match for your spring closet. Haven’s owner Lisa and her daughter Kaela will both be models in the show. They’ve had a sneak peak at some of the outfits and promise they are exciting and perfect for spring!
And the part were most excited about for the show — Haven will be styling the hair of each model. Prepare to be dazzled as we reveal some of the styles were most excited about for spring. Along with day time, business, and night time looks for men and women, children will also be styled. With prom right around the corner we will also be sharing updo’s that are different than your average prom updo.
The fashion show begins at 12:30 in the Fox River Mall directly in front of Macy’s. Donations are requested for the first 200 people who would like to secure seating. All proceeds benefit the American Heart Association, fighting to end heart disease and stroke, our Nation’s number 1 and 3 leading causes of death.
The first 100 people who donate to the American Heart Association will also receive a SWAG bag, including a $20 gift certificate for a first time salon or spa experience at Haven.
Join us tomorrow at 12:30 to watch the Go Red For Women Spring Fashion Show at Macy’s. Wear your red and remember if you choose to donate to the American Heart Association you could receive a gift certificate to Haven.
See you at the catwalk!
February has been American Heart Month since 1963. Heart disease is our Nation’s No. 1 killer taking the life of 1 women per minute. More women die from heart disease than the next 4 leading causes of death, including all forms of cancer. 90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.
But there is something we can do to help. We can choose to Go Red and put an end to heart disease and the number of women that are affected or loose their lives because of it.
Haven supports the mission of the American Heart Association and invites you to join our effort to raise awareness and funds that help create life saving research.
Friday, February 3 is National Wear Red Day. We will be wearing red at Haven and Going Red in other ways.
Watch Fox 11 Friday morning at 7:45 am while Kaela from Haven shares her story as a survivor. Kaela survived a stroke and heart surgery at 19 years old. Following Kaela’s story Haven will show you how to Go Red! We will demonstrate the red lip craze: how to wear red lipstick, when to wear it, and what to wear it with.
Haven's owner Lisa and her daughter Kaela at the Green Bay Heart Walk
Schedule a Go Red Make-up Application for Friday, February 3 and 50% of the service charge will be donated to the American Heart Association.
Help Haven fight heart disease and support your mother, daughter, sister, friend, and yourself!
Get your Saturday morning exercise in with a purpose! This Saturday, September 17 Haven will be participating at the Green Bay Heart Walk benefiting the American Heart Association.
Haven stylists will be applying red hair extensions for $15 or strips of red hair spray for $5 before the walk. The “Go Red” message sent by the American Heart Association reminds us that everyone can be a victim of a heart attack or stroke at any age. These red hair pieces are trendy reminders of that very message.
Haven staff will also be participants in the three mile walk starting at 9:00 am from NWTC. Walkers and Haven employees have raised money to help support the American Heart Association. Money from the walk is used to fund research in an effort to find a cure for heart disease and stroke and help to educate and raise awareness about heart disease and stroke, America’s number 1 and 3 killers respectively.
Haven's owner Lisa and her daughter Kaela, a heart disease and stroke survivor, at last year's Heart Walk
Bring your friends, family, and dogs to this years Green Bay Heart Walk, and stop by the Haven booth to get some fun red flare for your hair!
For more heart walk details visit the American Heart Association or call Haven at 920-339-1111