Fashion A Cure

The annual Fashion a Cure fashion show benefits the treatment and the research of cancers affecting women at Winship Cancer Institute.

Friends of Winship, a volunteer advocacy group that supports Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, hosts the annual Fashion a Cure fashion show.

The Friends of Winship Fashion a Cure Fashion Show, which has raised over $1 million since 2013, increases awareness and provides funding to advance research in cancers that affect women.

Fashions for the event are donated by local boutiques and are modeled by cancer survivors and others whose lives have been affected by cancer. On the runway, cancer survivors carry a red rose, caregivers and loved ones a yellow rose and Winship physicians and staff a white rose.

The event also features a silent auction and raffle of items given by the participating boutiques and other donors. Everyone who attends the Fashion a Cure event is touched by cancer in some way, and the collective mood of compassion and support is palpable.

The 2020 Friends of Winship Fashion a Cure Fashion show will be held Monday, March 9, at the St. Regis Atlanta. Co-chairs Blair Mann, her daughter Elizabeth Hogan, and daughter-in-law Margaret Warren have gathered a dynamic team of volunteers to produce another successful event.

We are grateful for the support of our generous sponsors and donors.


Billian Family Charitable Foundation in memory of Douglas C. Billian and John Bothwell, II


Ada Lee Correll
Peggy Lientz, Shannon Kollme, Mary Kathryn Green, and Margaret Anne Masters
Renasant Bank
Nancy and Charles Harrison
Ma-Ran Foundation


Georgia Banking
Diane Barber, Blair Mann, Greer Pope
Lillian Clarke


Carter and Associates
ZWJ Investment Counsel
Dermatology Consultants
Ann Viehman and Madelon Cotton
Janet Turman
Nell Moeling and Vicki Stallings
Nancy Patterson and Clare Brown
Missy Craver
Ree and Ralph Edwards, Kathy Bowman
BNY Mellon
Arrow Exterminators
Diversified Trust
Sandra Prince

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