Jimmy Choo and Prada Purchases Help Israeli Soldiers
Local Fox Point and Bayside women are volunteering at a Mequon boutique where shoppers can find high-end designer clothes and proceeds benefit Benji's Home to help lone Israeli soldiers.
Editor's Note: This information was taken from a press release sent by Covet Closette.
Jessie Freschl, New York fashion stylist, and her burgeoning business, FreschStyle, are pleased to partner with local activist, Debra Katz to announce the launch of Covet Closette, a women’s designer resale boutique benefitting global charity organization, Benji’s Home. The pop-up shop will be open at the shops of Gigi, 1554 W. Mequon Road in Mequon, through Saturday.
Covet Closette gives locals the opportunity to shop a collection of fabulous items from some of New York and Milwaukee’s most coveted closets at a fraction of the price. Freschl’s own enthusiasm for the project is evident, stating, “These are some extraordinary pieces, brand new or barely worn, and featuring designers like Jimmy Choo, Bottega Veneta and Prada. Anyone who stops in will get a great deal and they can feel good about it because they will be helping those in need!”
Freschl and Katz have been intimately involved with the charity Benji’s Home, which Covet Closette aims to benefit. The organization will receive proceeds from the sale in order to help fund its project to provide a warm home and guidance for lone soldiers in Israel.
Covet Closette reflects these ladies continued commitment to fashion and philanthropy, and the success of this resale boutique intends to profit everyone involved, from NYC to Milwaukee to charity.