Beacham & Company sponsors 25th annual Forward Arts Foundation Fashion Show

Beacham & Company, REALTORS is once again sponsoring the Forward Arts Foundation’s annual fashion show luncheon. This year’s event, set for Dec. 6 at the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead, marks the silver anniversary. Chairing the event are Duvall Fuqua and Aimee Chubb. The featured designer will be Oscar de la Renta.

The Forward Arts Foundation Fashion Show Luncheon is the highly anticipated inauguration of the holiday social season in Atlanta.  Icons of European and American couture have presented their collections over the past 25 years at the Fashion Show Luncheon, including Hubert de Givenchy whose designs were shown at the first luncheon held in 1993.  Other designers whose couture shows have riveted guests have included Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Armani, Prada, and Fendi.

All proceeds benefit the Forward Arts Foundation, which since 1965 has supported the visual arts.  The High Museum of Art, the Atlanta History Center, the Carlos Museum of Art and Archeology, MOCA GA, Arts ATL, the Atlanta Contemporary, and the Georgia Museum of Art are among recipients of the Foundation’s funding.  The Foundation encourages young artists through its Emerging Artist Award, accorded this year to Andrew Boatright.

For reservations and more information, please contact the Forward Arts Foundation at 404.261.9855 or

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Group picture featuring, from left, Dac Carver, Vice President of Beacham & Company, REALTORS, Molly Beery and Anne Powers, Realtors with Beacham, and Saks 5th Avenue Club‘s Shelly McKinley. Photo credit: Ross Henderson.


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