Project Fashion Tails Exhibit Pairs Cute Animals and Perv-Worthy Models

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Photo by Tom Clark for Fashion Tails.
Posers for the project included Real Housewife Joanna Krupa, Michelle Baker, and many others, some donning evening wear, bikinis, or other noteworthy attire. But the real stars are, of course, all those lucky dogs and cats. Danielle estimates that 50 animals featured in the project have been adopted thus far, but there are still plenty of others available (hint, hint).

The photos will be on display in an exhibit titled "No Kill" at Charest-Weinberg Gallery in Wynwood, from September 22 through October 31, with an opening night reception kicking off its stay this Saturday. Danielle originally asked for a one-day exhibition, but the gallery offered her a full month.

Photo by Andres Hernandez for Fashion Tails.
If the photos of all these at-risk, homeless pups and kitties are tugging at your heartstrings, Danielle has lots of ideas on how you can help.

"People can foster, they can volunteer to help an organization or facility, they can spay/neuter their own animals and neighborhood animals. Those are ways to help make a difference, even a small difference. And, of course, adopt!"

For those looking to adopt, the gallery will have a book on hand with info about all of the animals still up for adoption.

The Fashion Tails exhibition "No Kill" will open to the public on Saturday, September 22 and will be on view through October 31 at Charest-Weinberg Gallery.The opening reception will be held on September 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. and visitors can RSVP via Facebook. A $20 donation earns attendees complimentary cocktails, food, and a limited edition poster print.They're also asking for donations of blankets, treats [not made in China], toys, leashes, beds, and food.

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Location Info


Charest-Weinberg Gallery

250 NW 23rd St., Miami, FL

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