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Dallas Cowboys Women's Association presents Fashion's First Down

Posted 9:22pm on Tuesday, May. 07, 2013

The Dallas Cowboys Women’s Association is hosting Fashion’s First Down, a charity fashion show featuring the designs of Nha Khanh and benefiting Nexus Recovery Center for Women and Girls.The event, hosted by Candice Romo and Kristin Smith-Sensabaugh, will take place Thursday, May 16th in Frisco.

The luxury black-tie (optional) evening -- organized by Jordan Payne Events -- will be one of DFW's most exclusive charity tickets as only a select number of guests will have the opportunity to attend the all-inclusive evening at the private residence of former Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh.

Fashion’s First Down will highlight the exciting styles of Dallas-designer Nha Khanh, modeled by select members of the Dallas Cowboys Women’s Association --  a group of players, coaches and front office wives and significant others who work year-round to raise awareness and support causes that better the North Texas community.

The Cowboys wives who are confirmed to be in attendance for modeling (and bring their spouses along with them) are Michelle Witten (Jason Witten, No. 82), Natasha Hatcher (Jason Hatcher, No. 97), Stacy Sydlo (Miles Austin, No. 19, fiance), Megan McShane (Sean Lee, No. 50, fiance), Kelly Eberflus (Coach Matt Eberflus), Traci Henderson (Coach Jerome Henderson), Kristin Sensabaugh (former Cowboy Gerald Sensabaugh, No. 43) and Candice Romo (Tony Romo, No. 9).

In addition to the fashion show, guests will have the opportunity to win jewelry, experiences and more in a high-end raffle and be treated to a cocktail reception with food and beverage provided by Pappas Bros Steakhouse, Woodford Reserve, Robert Mondavi Private Selection Wines, NUE Vodka and more. Each guest will also score a lavish gift bag full of exciting designer swag assembled by HAS Events.

All proceeds from the evening will offer a brighter future for the women and children assisted by Nexus Recovery Center and its many programs. For further information and to purchase ticket to the Fashion's First Down event, visit here.


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