LOS ANGELES–Armenian children from around the city will participate in Armenian Missionary Association of America’s (AMAA) Orphan Care Children’s Fashion Show and Luncheon on April 9 in an effort to bring Armenia’s together to raise money for the AMAA.
Directing the fashion show this year is designer Pol’Atteau–who will exhibit his collection–some of the hottest items for next season. Pol’ Atteu Haute Couture specializes in custom designed couture gowns–dresses–and suits for cocktails–debutant balls–bridal parties–engagement parties–television/studio–academy awards and Emmy awards.
The AMAA Orphan Care Committee provides food–clothing–summer camps–and Christmas programs–including Christmas packages–to the children in Armenia. In the last ten years–the AMAA has significantly improved the lives of thousands of children in Armenia.
The co-chairs for this year’s Orphan Care Committee are Eileen Keusseyan–Lucy Gulvartian–and Alice Chakrian. The public is invited to enjoy Pol’Atteu’s fashions–a luncheon–and silent auction on April 9 at the Beverly Hills hotel. The donation is $65 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under. For more information and tickets call Savey Tufenkian (818) 956-8455 or Eileen Keusseyan (818) 404-5686.