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Derby Week Fashion Show



Story by Liz Lions
With photography by Rusty Isbill/Isbill Photography

Gage Talent held a fashion show at Downtown 211 as part of the Scarecrow Foundation’s eighth Annual Derby Week. Big hats, feathers and flowers were the stars of the Derby-inspired runway show. Scarecrow’s Derby Week includes a poker tournament, golf classic, cigar specials and a brunch.

The Scarecrow Foundation is committed to helping end hunger in America. The proceeds from this year’s Derby Week activities went to Second Harvest of East TN. Second Harvest’s mission is to lead the community in the fight to end hunger. It is the East Tennessee region’s largest hunger relief charity operating programs in 18 counties.

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