PHOTOS: The Women's Symphony League of Tyler Style Show Thursday

Published on Thursday, 26 September 2013 23:10 - Written by Photos by Sarah A.Miller/Staff

092613_WSL_Style_Show_04web photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Mary Johnston of Tyler watches models take the runway showcasing clothes from Mary V's by Shelby during the Women Symphony League style show Thursday at Villa di Felicita in Tyler. The show and luncheon featured the latest in fall fashion by two Tyler local businesses, Mary V by Shelby and fine jewelry by Ramsey Fritz Jewels. The event was a fundraiser for the Women Symphony League. The Women Symphony League was founded in 1955 to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and to encourage music education within the community. With more than 700 members, the organization raised more than $120,000 last year. These funds support the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, the Tyler Youth Orchestra, the Women Symphony League Endowment and Memorials, Kirshbaum Strings, TASO Youth Concerto Competition, and other music education programs.
092613_WSL_Style_Show_01web photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Participants of the Women Symphony League style show the stage during the finale of the show Thursday at Villa di Felicita in Tyler. The show and luncheon featured the latest in fall fashion by two Tyler local businesses, Mary V by Shelby and fine jewelry by Ramsey Fritz Jewels. The event was a fundraiser for the Women Symphony League. The Women Symphony League was founded in 1955 to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and to encourage music education within the community. With more than 700 members, the organization raised more than $120,000 last year. These funds support the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, the Tyler Youth Orchestra, the Women Symphony League Endowment and Memorials, Kirshbaum Strings, TASO Youth Concerto Competition, and other music education programs.
092613_WSL_Style_Show_05web photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Dr. Sherry Munn of Tyler models a dress and purse from Mary V's by Shelby during the Women Symphony League style show Thursday at Villa di Felicita in Tyler. The show and luncheon featured the latest in fall fashion by two Tyler local businesses, Mary V by Shelby and fine jewelry by Ramsey Fritz Jewels. The event was a fundraiser for the Women Symphony League. The Women Symphony League was founded in 1955 to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and to encourage music education within the community. With more than 700 members, the organization raised more than $120,000 last year. These funds support the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, the Tyler Youth Orchestra, the Women Symphony League Endowment and Memorials, Kirshbaum Strings, TASO Youth Concerto Competition, and other music education programs.
092613_WSL_Style_Show_03web photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Melissa Jackson of Tyler models clothes from Mary V's by Shelby during the Women Symphony League style show Thursday at Villa di Felicita in Tyler. The show and luncheon featured the latest in fall fashion by two Tyler local businesses, Mary V by Shelby and fine jewelry by Ramsey Fritz Jewels. The event was a fundraiser for the Women Symphony League. The Women Symphony League was founded in 1955 to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and to encourage music education within the community. With more than 700 members, the organization raised more than $120,000 last year. These funds support the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, the Tyler Youth Orchestra, the Women Symphony League Endowment and Memorials, Kirshbaum Strings, TASO Youth Concerto Competition, and other music education programs.
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Participants in the Women's Symphony League style show took the stage during the finale of the show Thursday at Villa di Felicita in Tyler. Dr. Sherry Munn, of Tyler modeled a dress and purse from Mary V's by Shelby. Melissa Jackson, of Tyler, modeled clothes from Mary V's by Shelby. Mary Johnston, of Tyler, watched models take the runway. The show and luncheon featured the latest in fall fashion by two Tyler local businesses, Mary V's by Shelby and fine jewelry by Ramsey Fritz Jewels. The event was a fundraiser for the Women's Symphony League. The Women's Symphony League was founded in 1955 to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra and to encourage music education within the community.