By  on April 18, 2008

NEW YORK — Bloomingdale’s fashion presentation and luncheon to benefit the NYU Child Study Center on April 11 raised $80,000, including ticket sales, proceeds of a raffle and the retailer’s donation of 10 percent of the day’s sales of Designer Collections.

Sixties-inspired dress designer Lisa Perry, whose looks were featured along with Tuleh, said she has friends on the center’s board and “when it first opened, I got involved. They do a day camp for kids who wouldn’t normally go to camp. I helped fund it in a small way.”

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