Fashion Show Honors Breast Cancer Survivors

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CLEVELAND — Breast cancer survivors were honored Sunday night with some fashion!

Radio personality and Cleveland native Robin “Bijour Star” Sadler founded “I’m a Survivor Breast Cancer Awareness Fashion Show” four years ago with Paul Sadler after the news of their mother’s second breast cancer diagnosis.

Each year, the fashion show raises awareness about the disease and serves as a fundraiser for breast cancer organizations.

Fox 8’s Melissa Reid served as an emcee alongside Sadler.

The show featured both local and national designers, boutiques and clothing lines.

Some breast cancer survivors currently being treated by chemotherapy had a special place in the show as models.

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