|Pure Fashion model Chelsea Byron shares her convictions on Fox News in Charlotte, NC.|
September 21, 2009. Pure Fashion has been appearing in
various media outlets lately, from Marie Claire Magazine’s print edition
to local news and radio stations. The recent media coverage
just goes to show that Pure Fashion models are part of
a growing “modesty movement” among girls and women who are
standing up for their dignity with the way that they
choose to dress.
On September 17, Fox News in Charlotte, North
Carolina produced a video about the local Pure Fashion program.
In addition to footage of some recent fashion shows, the
video features an interview with model Chelsea Byron and her
mother Beth, the Pure Fashion chairwoman in Charlotte.
“If Jesus comes
back today, this is how I’m going to be dressing
and this is how he’s going to see me,” says
Chelsea Byron. “And do I want to be wearing a
tank top and short shorts? No.”
To view the video
of “Girls Gone Mild,” click here.
|Pure Fashion models are part of a larger "modesty movement" among young women..|
In Lima, Ohio, a
Pure Fashion show for the Putnam County area attracted the
attention of the Catholic Chronicle, the Toledo diocesan newspaper. The
story, published on September 13 and entitled “Pure Fashion models
are on a mission for modesty,” is accompanied by a
slide show of photos of the models rehearsing for their
upcoming fashion show, as well as voice over interviews with
the girls and the event organizers. To read the article
and view the slide show, click here.
Relevant Radio, a
Catholic radio station network with 16 stations and an audience
of 28 million potential listeners, recently aired an interview with
Brenda Sharman, the national director of Pure Fashion. To listen
to the interview, click here.
For more information about Pure
Fashion and its efforts to foster dignity, modesty, and faith
in young women, visit the web site at www.purefashion.org.