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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

PROMO: The Evelyn Brooks Designs 2009 Christmas Project

Love jewelry? Then buy a gorgeous piece of jewelry from Evelyn Brooks Designs (EBD) and help support local charities to raise funds in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The Evelyn Brooks Designs 2009 Christmas Project charity event. Because she strongly believes in giving back to the community (and so does The Capitol Fashionista), during the month of December, for every item purchased through the EBD website, 10 - 25 percent of the proceeds will be donated to your favorite charity. EBD is proud to have raised funds and contribute to the success of organizations such as Fashion Fights Poverty, Empowered Women International, and the Fund for Women Artists. The Christmas Project expires December 31, 2009.

The 2009 EBD partners are:

Friends of Guesthouse
DC Fashion Foundation -
Coprodeli USA -
West Potomac Academy Fashion Design Program -
The Green Cup Polo -

About Evelyn Brooks Designs

The exotic, Peruvian inspired jewelry collection of Evelyn Brooks Designs (EBD) has been worn by different celebrities including Donna Karan, Tim Gunn, Eva Pigford (America's Next Tope Model Season 3) among other famous and not so famous.

Evelyn Brooks works with recycled precious metals, natural gemstones, and seeds from the Amazons to create exquisite and sustainable jewelry. A recipient of the Empowered Women International's Outstanding Artist Achievement Award, Brooks has pursued her passion for jewelry design since 2004. In the last four years, EBD has helped many organizations raise funds to aid communities in need. Her newest jewelry line, Moschik, is a collection inspired by the Moche culture of northern Peru.

Evelyn Brooks Designs can be found at prestigious galleries & boutiques in the DC metropolitan areas. For a full list of places where you can purchase a fabulous piece of Evelyn Brooks Designs, please visit