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This fashion show will feature Grammy nominee Estelle and Strawberry Blonde will perform. The show also features former Baywatch star Angelica Bridges and a host of models wearing original collections from Aquino, which includes a variety of clothing styles from business attire to exotic summer wear worn by models of all ages and sizes.

Proceeds from the show go to benefit Women's Dress for Success, a charity that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire as well as a network of support and career development tools to help women thrive at work and in life.

Scheduled speakers include:
• Patti Stanger, Bravo TV’s “Millionaire Matchmaker.”
• Dr. John Gray, author, “Men Are from Mars; Women Are from Venus.
• Lauren Frances, author, “Dating, Mating and Manhandling.”
• Marci Shimoff, co-author of five No. 1 New York Times best-selling books, including "Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul," "Chicken Soup for the Mother's Soul," and "Happy for No Reason!"
• Carole Brody Fleet, an award-winning author of “Widows Wear Stilettos: A Practical and Emotional Guide for the Young Widow.”
• Whitney Casey, CNN correspondent and author of "The Man Plan: Drive Men Wild…Not Away."
• Dr. Patricia Evans, an expert on relationships between men and women.
• Dr. Jill Murray, an internationally recognized expert in the field of domestic violence and teen dating violence.
• Susie Coehlo, “Secrets of a Style Diva”
• Susan Powter, celebrity weight-loss nutritionist.
• Dr. Ian Smith, VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club diet expert and founder of "The 50 Million Pound Challenge."

And more! For the most up-to-date speaker information, go to epremierwomensexpo.com


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