Glimpsed at Art of Giving: Terry Morgenthaler

As one of the co-chairs of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000517" title="Baltimore School for the Arts" href="/topic/education/schools/high-schools/baltimore-school-for-the-arts-OREDU0000517.topic">Baltimore School for the Arts</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000169" title="Kennedy Krieger Institute" href="/topic/health/healthcare/kennedy-krieger-institute-PLCUL000169.topic">Kennedy Krieger Institute</a> fashion show Art of Giving, Terry Morgenthaler was model-perfect in her own "timeless" style. The Ruxton resident hosted the event at Renaissance Fine Arts in Pikesville in a Diane Von Furstenberg ensemble from Michael Hayes in Newport, R.I. The knit sheath dress combined two brown and aqua patterns, while the matching cardigan added a third. Morgenthaler finished the look with brown patent-leather pointy-toe Bettye Muller Mary Janes from the Little Shoebox, a chunky gold link necklace that she bought from a vendor at a tennis competition in Newport, and enameled gold and aquamarine drop earrings from Radcliffe Jewelers. The "50-something" community volunteer says her age has affected some of her fashion choices. "I never wear black anymore. Now I'm looking for colors that will create [a look that's] something soft."

( Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun / October 4, 2011 )

As one of the co-chairs of the Baltimore School for the Arts and Kennedy Krieger Institute fashion show Art of Giving, Terry Morgenthaler was model-perfect in her own "timeless" style. The Ruxton resident hosted the event at Renaissance Fine Arts in Pikesville in a Diane Von Furstenberg ensemble from Michael Hayes in Newport, R.I. The knit sheath dress combined two brown and aqua patterns, while the matching cardigan added a third. Morgenthaler finished the look with brown patent-leather pointy-toe Bettye Muller Mary Janes from the Little Shoebox, a chunky gold link necklace that she bought from a vendor at a tennis competition in Newport, and enameled gold and aquamarine drop earrings from Radcliffe Jewelers. The "50-something" community volunteer says her age has affected some of her fashion choices. "I never wear black anymore. Now I'm looking for colors that will create [a look that's] something soft."

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