Saturday, May 10, 2014
The Spa at Belmond Charleston Place is proud to host the second annual S.P.F. (Skin. Party. Fashion.) Event by the pool on May 15 from 6-9 p.m. All of the proceeds from the evening will benefit the “I Will Reflect” Melanoma Awareness and Prevention initiative in partnership with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Foundation funding skin cancer research.
May is Melanoma Awareness Month. On May 15, a few of Charleston's style icons including designers, stylists and trendsetters, will create summer-inspired looks with wares provided by Everything But Water and Tommy Bahama. Set poolside at the ultra-chic Spa at Belmond Charleston Place, guests will enjoy fare from the hotel's award-winning chefs, sip specialty cocktails and find inspiration for their summer wardrobes during a runway presentation.
Since its inception in 2008, the “I Will Reflect” Melanoma Awareness and Prevention initiative has raised more than $40,000 for skin cancer research through their S.P.F. Event, bracelet sales and signature Spa facial. In 2013, The Spa at Belmond Charleston Place received the “ISPA Innovate Award” for the “I Will Reflect,” Melanoma Awareness and Prevention initiative. The ISPA Innovate
Award is given to pioneering spa industry leaders with successful spa-related platforms. The spa is committed to educating local residents about the importance of skin safety and early detection.
Tickets can be purchased for $40 in advance at www.charlestonplacespa.com/reflect or $50 at the door.
For more information or sponsorship opportunities please visit www.charlestonplacespa.com or email the spa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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