Project FUNDway, Heel of the Week, and A*Heel of the week–Randy Moss

Project FUNDway Scholarship Fashion Show
Date: 11-4-10
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Showtime: 7:30 PM

On November 4, 2010, The Greater Washington Fashion Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 2nd annual Project FUNDway Fashion Design Competition at the historic Warner Theater in Washington DC. With the changes that are sweeping the world today, the importance of the scholarship cannot be overstated. The four finalists, will compete for up to $5,000 in scholarship and prizes for fashion design industry education. The local youth designers were chosen based on design construction, individuality and quality. Project FUNDway is available to assist young men and women for outstanding academic achievement and commitment to the practice of fashion design. Eligible students must demonstrate academic promise, a strong interest in fashion design and show financial need. 


Aba Kwaku, The Aba Agency

Stacie Turner, Extraordinary Life Founder&Real Housewives of DC

Surae Chin, WUSA 9 Anchor Reporter

Katy Adams, Yeas &Nays

Kara Allan, Style for Hire, DC

Janice Wallace, The Capital Fashionista

Linda Lee, Virginia Commonwealth University Fashion Design Professor

Jewell Green, Founder of Posh Boutique & wife of Pro Football Hall of Famer

Darrel Green

Maurisa Potts, Spotted MP

Lara L’Shandi Designs

Kenneth E. Flanagan, House of Kas

Makeda Saggau-Sackey, The Glamazon Diaries

Purchase your tax deductible tickets here!


Be a tower of London in sky-high pumps crafted from deeply hued faux leather. 
This shoe says statuesque stylista—she stands tall. Her beveled platform is finished with metallic gold, so layer on the accessories to balance her out. Your ensemble itself can be simple, just embellish, embellish, embellish… Here are the deets:

Moulin Rouge
Heel Height:
1 .5″
1/4 size small
Burgundy faux leather upper with snakeskin-embossed accents; Dramatic double-platform in glossy tonal and gold; Metallic gold synthetic interior, durable synthetic outsole

How to wear it:


Wide Receiver Randy Moss needs to eat a big fat piece of humble pie. He is my a*heel of the week. Who does he think he is?! You would think somebody who didn’t come from a lot, and parlayed his athletic abilities to become an NFL player that  makes millions of dollars would remember his roots. But the comments he made about the food that was catered to he and his  team, by Gus Tinucci, the proprietor of Tinnuci’s Restaurant and Catering was just unacceptable.  

Said Tunucci:
“We had the whole buffet set up, and we had a nice spread–chicken,ribs, round of beef with a carving station, the whole deal. (Moss) he comes in, and I’m helping one of the guys and didn’t look up, and all of a sudden I heard, ‘What the (expletive) is this? I wouldn’t feed this (expletive expletive) to my (expletive) dog!’ And he’s screaming it at the top of his lungs. “He never even came through the line. He walked up towards it, looked at it, made the big stink and walked away. He didn’t eat.

I really hope that Moss makes a public apology for his childish behavior and especially to Mr. Tinucci. And until he does then he will hold the title of being a complete A*heel. 
Ok and if you missed last week’s entertainment recap with us on TBDTV then here you go! 

That’s all from  DC ON HEELS “Giving you the local hookup to food, fashion and fun in in the DC metro area.” 
   Besos xoxoxo Vanessa

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