ST. SAVA FUNDRAISER at Domenico Vacca Club New York

Help Rebuild New York History With Elegance

Monday, April 24th, 2017

6pm-9pm Cocktail Hour at The Domenico Vacca Café

7pm-8pm Fashion Show and Silent Auction, Surprises at The DV Private Club

8pm-9pm Live Jazz by Vladan Mijatovic & Martin Seiler Duo


The Domenico Vacca
15 West 55th Street New York, NY

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Not even a year ago, on May 1st, 2016 the 161-year-old historic Serbian Orthodox church, Saint Sava in Manhattan that played an important role in New York’s Serbian community was gutted by flames just hours after parishioners had filled its pews for Easter services.

The church, which has served for decades as the backbone of New York’s Serbian Orthodox community, was previously known as Trinity Chapel. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1968, the same year that the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission gave it landmark status. At the time, the commission wrote about the church “its special character, historic significance, and aesthetic interest and value of the development, heritage, and cultural characteristics of New York make it irreplaceable.”

– Fashion Designers –

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Marina Micanovic – Her visualization is often achieved by a blend of styles, where baroque, punk and purified lines usually merge into one design.

Sonjja Baram Internationally renowned fashion designer who has been dressing stars on the red carpet for the Oscars and Golden Globes for last several years.

T.Mosca – founded by Oksana Golybchenko and Katerina Kvit is a Ukrainian leading national brand.

SYLVIO – A New York based brand founded by “MAESTRO” Sylvio Roubertto Kovacic. He pushes creative boundaries to achieve excellence and precision in the pursuit of perfection.

– Sponsors –

Organized by Milica Ristic who’s passion for culture and arts are blended into a good cause. 

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