New York may be bad at traffic management and affordable housing, but you can’t deny that it’s produced some snappy dressers. Cesar Galindo, among the city’s best, hit San Antonio last month for the Fashion for a Cause Luncheon, which raised funds for UT Health San Antonio’s Cancer Center.
Sloan/Hall, Visible Changes, Page Parkes, and Blincs helped put together a show that Michael Quintanilla emcee’d to perfection. It wasn’t just about raising money to help those affected by the Big C, though. In addition to professional models, Phil Hardberger Park’s Urban Ecology Center saw several local cancer survivors model Galindo’s designs, including UT Health Research Coordinator Cheryl Blalock. While they enjoyed a truly unique show, guests had the opportunity to bid on silent auction items and partake in a seated luncheon.
Click here to see what UT Health SA has in store for the future and be sure to keep them in your thoughts this holiday season. Those who fight cancer are legitimate heroes in our book.
All photos provided by Vincent Quaranto of Super Q Photography