Annual Tribute style present honors up-and-coming mannequin who died in drowning

ST. LOUIS – Mom Mannequin Administration hosted their annual Tribute Vogue present Saturday on the Metropolis Foundry. This 12 months’s present welcomed house greater than 60 fashions who’ve walked runways and modeled for manufacturers and magazines all around the world to honor a mannequin who died this previous summer season.

Kara Wrice was a 16-year-old incoming junior at Webster Groves Excessive Faculty and a rising star on the volleyball group. She was simply starting to make her print within the style business earlier than she died in a drowning within the Meramac River in Castlewood Park in July. Each her instant household and her style household at Mom Mannequin refuse to let her legacy die along with her. 

Mary Clark, co-owner of Mom Mannequin, stated, “Her life was so spirit crammed and energetic and pleased and the affect she had on our fashions particularly was vital.”

Tons of of St. Louis creatives, photographers, style designers, and fashions gathered to honor Kara. Earlier than the present started, Kara’s father Karl Wrice, introduced Mom Mannequin with a one thousand greenback test for the help they’ve proven since Kara’s passing. Her household additionally plans to start out an annual $2500 scholarship fund for one graduating Webster Groves volleyball pupil on her behalf. 

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