Southern Methodist University’s Alpha Chi Omega chapter and its Dallas alumnae chapter host its 6th annual Alpha Chi Couture fashion show and silent auction – 7 pm, Friday, November 8th at the Tower Club Dallas 1601 Elm St, Dallas, TX, 75201.
The event, hosted by Dallas fashion icon Jan Strimple, benefits the Genesis Women’s Shelter and the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation and aims to raise awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence.
“One in every four women fall victim to domestic violence, which means one in every four of my friends and sisters will become part of that statistic,” said Joy Xac, Alpha Chi Couture collegiate chair. “I have an opportunity to protect the ones that I love and those in my community. Who could say no to a chance like that?”
This year’s theme – “Around Town” – showcases fashions tied to neighborhoods of Dallas from Uptown to Downtown, Deep Ellum to Highland Park. Collegiate men and women from SMU and area Alpha Chi Omega alumnae will model apparel from TOOTSIES, ZAR Clothier, WAREhaus and Beretta Gallery fashions.
Over the last six years, Alpha Chi Couture has raised over $200,000 to help the Genesis Women’s Shelter provide shelter and services to over 2,000 women and children fleeing domestic violence.
I am very excited to attend this event. Please come out to support the generous efforts of Alpha Chi Omega and the hard work of Genesis Women’s Shelter. Tickets are $75 for adults and $20 for SMU students/faculty. Tickets can be purchased online the Alpha Chi Couture website or at the event.About Genesis Women’s Shelter Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support offers a free, comprehensive continuum of care for women and children who have suffered unspeakable violence in their own homes. Serving North Texas for 28 years, Genesis is dedicated to ending the epidemic of domestic violence in the community by providing safety, shelter, counseling, and case management to the more than 1,000 women and children who seek recovery and strength at Genesis each year. Genesis is also committed to preventing abuse by raising the level of community awareness regarding the pervasiveness and effects of family violence. For more information, visit genesisshelter.org. About the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation Alpha Chi Omega is a values-driven fraternity founded in 1885. As a nonprofit organization, it supports more than 100,000 living members in 135 college chapters and 200 alumnae chapters across the United States. The Fraternity is far more than a social organization, more than a place to live, or a way to meet people. Its mission is to enrich the lives of members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning and service. Learn more about Alpha Chi Omega at alphachiomega.org and facebook.com/alphachiomegahq.