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Our Closet at Neiman Marcus — December 1, 2015

On Tuesday, December 1st, Our Closet is once again teaming up with Neiman Marcus for a its annual Fashion for All show. With styles put together by Neiman Marcus Accessories Fashion Director Ana Maria Pimentel and exclusive beauty products by Le Metier de Beaute, this is one event you won't want to miss. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP as soon as you can. On behalf of Our Closet and the event committee, we hope you can make it!
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Pop-Up Clothing Shop Serves People in Need

Most of us take for granted that we have the appropriate clothes to wear to work, to stay warm, and to feel good about ourselves. But that’s not the case for people in need who depend on the social service system to inch by.
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Mainline Power Women: Jill Aschkenasy, Founder of Our Closet

When the youngest of Jill Aschkenasy’s four kids started kindergarten, she wanted to get involved with a charitable organization. “I did two years of research to find a way to contribute to the community in a way that worked for me and my childcare commitments,” says the stay-at-home mom from Haverford.
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Our Closet at Neiman Marcus

On November 11th, 2014, join Our Closet at Neiman Marcus in King of Prussia for a fashion show benefitting Our Closet. Guests will also enjoy Edie Parker and Stephanie Kantis designs, for their first-ever Neiman Marcus trunk shows. Edie Parker will be raffling off one of its designer bags, and Stephanie Kantis will be donating a portion of sales directly to Our Closet. Click here to learn more or to RSVP. To learn more or to RSVP, visit: www.ourclosetatnm.eventbrite.com
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Haverford Resident Receives Award for Our Closet

Haverford resident Jill Aschkenasy received the LIFT Community Award last week for founding “Our Closet”, a pop-up shop for free, high-quality clothing in West Philadelphia. The award comes from LIFT-Philadelphia, whose mission is to help members achieve enduring economic stability and well-being. Also honored were Drexel President Jonathan Fry and LIFT member Tyrone McLaurin.
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