Dolls welcome at ‘American Girl’ fashion show

This is an event just for girls and their friends, families and favorite dolls.

The Junior League of the Lehigh Valley is holding its 9th annual American Girl Fashion Show Saturday and Sunday at Iacocca Hall at Lehigh University in Bethlehem.

The “Styles of Yesterday & Today” will feature young local models wearing historical and contemporary fashions. The event shows how clothing has changed over the years to reflect history, culture, and girls’ individual styles. Read more
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