Waldner’s hosted its second annual Women’s History Month Celebration: Bags & Blazers, in support of the local non-profit, Bottomless Closet!

On Thursday, March 21st, Waldner’s, Allermuir, and Maharam hosted an evening of networking, fun raffles, and supporting women-owned vendors at the Allermuir Showroom in NYC. Attendees were kindly asked to bring women’s bags and blazers to donate to our chosen non-profit organization Bottomless Closet. Throughout the evening, we were able to collect 32 bags and 45 blazers! Our contributions and support will directly impact the lives of women in need, providing them with resources and opportunities for a brighter future.

A big thank you to everyone who came to our event and donated, together we can make a difference and foster a community of empowerment and support. All donations went to Bottomless Closet, who help NYC women in need enter the workforce and achieve success. The Bottomless Closet experience is all about making women feel confident, prepared, and empowered to ace their job interviews, start that new job, and begin their journey to self-sufficiency.

Learn more about Bottomless Closet here.

Photos from the event:

Raffle contest!

Congrats to Frances T Graham from Newmark who was gifted a 90-minute Color Analysis Consultation from Strategically Styled.

Women-Owned Vendors!

We are proud to have supported the following women-owned vendors at this event.

Tipsy Rose Wines:

Maria Chiancola started her business initially as a hobby but then grew into a successful brand. Her wines are inspired by France, grown in California and are available for purchase at her store, Newport Wine Cellar in Newport, RI.

Learn more about Tipsy Rose Wines here.

Fancy Girl Table:

Fancy Girl Table is a woman-owned, full-service artisan catering company owned by Jeanette Maier. All ingredients are locally sourced from organic farms, they aspire to make a shorter path from the earth to the table.

Learn more about Fancy Girl Table here.