Last night, the Wortham Center was transformed into a runway and pop-up boutique for the fourth annual "reNew and reDux Fashion Show." The show featured men and women modeling clothes that had been donated by high-end designers and benefitted The Women’s Home, a local nonprofit that offers housing and treatment for homeless women suffering from addiction. Guests on hand were able to purchase items from the organization's thrift store, The Cottage Shop, which is known for it's selection of high-end attire. 
Fox 26 anchor Natalie Bomke emceed the fashion show, which included fall and winter pieces from designers such as Chanel, Escada, Chloé, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, and Prada. The eight-scene show featured an eclectic mix of styles and decades from “Classic ReDux” to “Color Therapy.” After the show, all the pieces were brought to the Grand Foyer and put up for sale. Click on the slideshow for more. 
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