The American Saddlebred Museum has announced that its Summer at Spindletop event on July 13 was a huge success.
The fundraiser, which took place in the historic Spindletop Hall, featured an afternoon of food, fashion, and fun. Guests enjoyed an exclusive fashion show featuring women’s clothing from Glasscock’s Boutique and the emerging designer Lucian Matis. Men’s fashions were provided by Crittenden Rawlings. Jewelry designer Barry Brinker accessorized models with his one-of-a-kind designs, Jeffrey Fetzer fashioned model make-up, and hats were provided by Jordan Skeen from the Bluegrass Belle.
In addition to the fashion show, guests had the opportunity to shop at exclusive boutiques and speak with the designers in person. All proceeds support the American Saddlebred Museum’s mission to preserve the heritage and history of the American Saddlebred.
-- via ASB Museum