The fashions were divine, modeled by Pearson-Schneider, Sande St. John, City Treasurer Laura Parisi, No Square Theatre and "Lagunatics" founder Bree Burgess Rosen, Realtor Maria Elena Banks, firefighter Dean Rush, affiliates Faye Kirk, Rick Cirelli, Charisse Lake, Cammie Klein, Chris Williams, Milton Aguilar and Realtors Board President Michael Gosselin.
"The board is proud to be part of this community," Gosselin said. "Last year, we donated more than $100,000 locally."
"I would like to thank event co-chairs Faye Kirk and Rick McIntryre and of course, Patty, who is the heart and soul of the event and the affiliates of the board, who don't get recognizied enough."
Proceeds from the show benefited three non-profit community organizations: No Square Theatre, the Laguna Beach Woman's Club, and the Community Clinic.
This year's recipients were well represented in the show and in the audience.
The laryngitis that kept Burgess Rosen from her customary singing of the "Star Spangled Banner" to open the fashion show (Banks subbed for her) didn't keep her off the runway.
And parodies sung by "Lagunatics" cast members Gregg Barnette, Randy Hatfield, Paul Sigmund, Angel Caban and Michael Irish sparkled throughout the show.
No Square Theatre was recognized for the theatrical training and stage experience the group offers to local amateur performers of all ages, nurturing a love of theater and all performing arts.
Kirk, who first proposed the fashion show to the affiliate board in 2000, is also on the board of the clinic. Seated with Kirk's husband, Realtor Bob Chapman, were clinic supporters John Link, Claudia Crawford and Carolyn Bent.