SKINS fashion show, tabling benefitting Japan, Chinatown center

SKINS, a fashion show that celebrates local Asian-American designers,
is part of the Brandeis Asian American Students' Association's
celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Brandeis
students model clothing and accessories in a runway show that seeks to
promote Asian-American achievements in fashion. This year's show also
will feature performances from Brandeis dance groups and outside

SKINS 2011 will begin at 8 p.m. Friday, March 18, in Levin Ballroom.
There is no admission charge, but SKINS accepts donations to support
charity organizations.

This year, the donations will be distributed between the Chinatown
Neighborhood Center and relief efforts for the recent tsunami victims
in Japan. This Thursday and Friday, SKINS will be tabling for
donations at Shapiro Campus Center beginning at 11 a.m. A donation
guarantees a wristband, which will reserve a seat among the first few
rows for the show.

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