Friday, 23 October 2020

Laura Chinchilla Headlined In Charity Catwalk Against Cancer

A white dress with black with a ruffle at the neckline and a gala dress in fuchsia were the outfits that the former President Laura Chinchilla, modeled during a charity catwalk that took place on Tuesday, July 24, at Boutique Valesky.

Former president Laura Chinchilla (right) and mom Emilce Miranda. Fotos: Arnoldo Robert y John Mullins

The former president was joined by her mother Emilce Miranda and several other national political and entertainment figures in the traditional Mother’s Day catwalk at Boutique Valesky, which this year was held to benefit the Fundación Anna Ross, an organization fighting against cancer.

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Zarela Villanueva, along with her granddaughters Isabella and Jimena Castellanos. Fotos: Arnoldo Robert y John Mullins

Other famous names taking part in the catwalk was former magistrate and former president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Zarela Villanueva, along with her granddaughters Isabella and Jimena Castellanos; journalist Mishelle Mitchell and her daughter Camile Young; as well Repretel tv host, Patricia Figueroa, next to her mother Olga de Figueroa and her daughter Estefanía Madrigal.

Mishelle Mitchell (left) and her daughter Camile Young. Fotos: Arnoldo Robert y John Mullins

Also modeling clothes from the Escazu boutique was political analyst Nuria Marín and her daughter Andrea Álvarez; businesswoman Iary Gómez with her daughter Alejandra Campos; the director of Corporate Relations of Florida Ice & Farm Co Gisela Sánchez with her mother Ana Maroto; and cancer survivor Ritzy Mora next to her daughter Sara Venegas.

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Patricia Figueroa (right), her mother Olga de Figueroa (left) and her daughter Estefanía Madrigal (center). Fotos: Arnoldo Robert y John Mullins

Writer and Costa Rican chef Isabel Campabadal with her daughter María González, and the owners of Valesky Ileana Valverde and her daughter Priscilla Qualls also stood out in the parade.

The catwalk started at 6 pm with a presentation by Costa Rican singers Arnoldo Castillo and Priscilla Castro. Journalist Enrique Rodríguez was the master of ceremonies.

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