It was an afternoon filled with fashion and a familiar cause: Finding a cure for breast cancer research.

Selections by Genea & Eric held its sixth annual “Fashions For A Cure” fashion show and luncheon at the posh Willow Room banquet facility in Belle Vernon.

In addition to high-quality, eye-catching fashions, the event featured a Chinese and silent auction, door prizes, speaker, entertainment and a 50/50 raffle.


Proceeds from the event were given to UPMC Cancer Center at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.

“This was the biggest and most successful show that we have had to date!” said Selections by Genea & Eric owner, Hannah Webb. “We were able to give the audience a good show and give Jefferson some money.”

“They have such big hearts!” said UPMC Cancer Center registered nurse, Phyllis Wilson about the owners of Selections by Genea & Eric.

Selections by Genea & Eric is a one-of-a kind clothing boutique located at 534 Miller Ave. in Clairton’s business district.

It carries one-of-a kind clothing for those women and men who dare to be different and want to turn heads.

The boutique has been holding its annual “Fashions For A Cure” event for six years and is is preparing for its seventh.

Selections by Genea & Eric is open Wednesday through Saturday 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. the phone number is 412-233-7242.

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