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Fashion fundraiser

Fashion fundraiser

A benefit fashion show cum hair styling exhibition is being organized by the Marine'r

Paris Beauty Salon. Set to take place on Mar 24 at 6:30pm at the MiCasa Apartments,

proceeds from the event will be donated to the Nutrition Center of Phnom Penh and

an orphanage in Kampong Thom. According to the event's organizer, 30 models from

Phnom Penh will display the latest in European women's wear. As well, live demonstrations

of hair coiffure techniques will be presented.

The program will be supplemented by dance performances by children from the Kampong

Thom Dance School who have been trained in modern jazz. Tickets at $15 per adult

are on sale at Marine'r Paris, the Phnom Penh Villa and French Cultural Center.

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