Stylish celebs do a little turn on the catwalk to raise $30,000 for children's charity
The bass was pumping and the furniture was vibrating at the Diesel celebrity fashion show, Walk the One Way, in support of children's charity ONEXONE. Diesel queen Joey Adler took to the stage at Cube nightclub to shush the audience, but also remind everyone how a "very important Canadian couple," Ted and Suzanne Rogers, supported ONEXONE from the beginning (after a little corralling, Ms. Rogers finally took a bow). High-fives for best runway struts go to musician Jully Black, who managed to imitate both Naomi Campbell and Hulk Hogan during her walk, and to CosmoTV host Wilder Weir, who went the comedy route and gave his best blue-steel face. More than 450 people raised $30,000 for the non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of children.
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