Philadelphia Eagles players hit the runway this week in Robbini custom-made suits to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The fourth annual Fashion Touchdown event raised $300,000 to help the Philadelphia region's leading one-to-one youth mentoring organization cover costs to keep the program running.
Not only did seven Philadelphia Eagles — and their wives — strut down the runway at the sparkling black-tie affair, several posh prizes were auctioned off, including a private in-home dining experience courtesy of local restaurateur Nick Elmi for a whopping $30,000. The chance to tour Nicole Miller's New York studio, take in a designer runway show, and lunch with Miller sold at auction for $20,000.
But we all waited with cocktails in hand and bated breath to see the Eagles take the runway. You could feel the electricity as members of the 8-and-1 Birds took a much-needed runway break before hitting the field Sunday night for their home game against the Dallas Cowboys. Fiyah!