Sunday, February 12, 2012

EVENTS: World Vision Themed Jewelries by Naomi, Auctioned at the Genting Club

There are three major things that we Filipinos look up to in a celebrity.  Namely, their character in and out of the limelight,  their brilliance in the role-playing, finally, a heart that reaches out to the less-fortunate.
Undoubtedly, Filipinos have a penchant for the glamorous life of celebrities.  Thus all channels would have certain shows which talks abut them.  However, not all that glitters are gold.   These "stars" as we call them may have the X-factor on being known in TV and movies but not all of them possess a heart that surpasses their shine as "celebs." 
In the recently concluded event managed by Uno Magazine,  Naomi Jewelry  have presented a unique line of  beautifully hand-crafted accessories.   The event dubbed as Renaissance Woman Jewelry Fashion Show, showcased the design were UNO cover models, together with Lara Quigaman, Daisy Reyes, and Miss Eula Valdez, wore the jewelries and strutted with all finesse at the Genting Club of Resorts World Manila.
Two NAOMI World Vision Special Edition Pendant, an inspiration from World Vision Development Foundation's star of hope, was silently auctioned off, for the benefit of the children studying funded by World Vision.   The picture a top shows Eula Valdez wearing one of them.  
During the said event there were two things I was really excited about, of course the fashion show and well, you guessed it right the food prepared by Genting Club Catering Department.

The women had their eyes glued on the stunning jewelries, men all-eyes on the models, and me waited to get my eyes and palate on the stylish food on the buffet table.   Once again, Genting Club had mesmerized me with their forage and service.  
Congratulations to everyone who have been behind the event, it was a night of opportunities for everyone to take part on helping our down-trodden brothers and sisters, from the event-sponsors to the World Vision child sponsors.


World Vision Benefits From "Renaissance Woman by Naomi

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