For the fifth year, Pets Are Loving Support benefited from a whole litter of pups dressed to the nines strutting down the runway on Friday at Room & Board with local celebs and models in the latest fashions.
Gay Atlanta’s own fashion guru Vincent Martinez and radio host Vicki Locke emceed the catwalk featuring the likes of Monica Pearson, Cynthia Bailey from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and R&B hunk Kevin Bryant, as well as gay local notables including Nicole Paige Brooks. The people wore designs from Tootsies and Bill Hallmann, while their four-legged friends sported looks from Dixie Dogwear.
A cocktail reception and silent auction kept the crowd in a giving mood for PALS.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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