On Sunday, the Discovery Museum hosted its 10th annual Golden Tea Party fashion show at the Radisson Hotel.
I had the honor of co-hosting the runway extravaganza with morning radio personality Lee Perkins from V101.1 (KHYL-FM). It was deep, sultry voice meets slow, Southern drawl. I think we made a good team.
And props to the other media personalities (and all the VIP models for that matter) for doing such a great job getting up and down the runway. No spills, and plenty of smiles.
Lee also modeled, alongside his radio co-host Andrea Gomez. They made quite a pair, as did some familiar TV faces, including Fox40's Thomas Drayton (pictured) and his co-anchor Donna Cordova. And, for a second consecutive year, the duo of Guy Farris and Kristen Simoes from News10's "Sacramento & Co." strutted their fashion stuff. They always liven up the catwalk.
This year's theme was "Women in Business Attire," but the men looked as dapper as their female counterparts. The show even featured a segment on changing a day look into an evening look, which is becoming somewhat of a necessity in Sacramento.
It was a fashionable way to spend a Sunday afternoon and, best of all, I got home in time to ditch my cashmere and stilettos for a sweatshirt and UGGs just as the Red Sox-Yankees game got underway. It doesn't get any better.