Last night Houston and women's clothing store, Tootsies, celebrated some of Houston's most philanthropic couples. Benefitting the Dec My Room charity, Houston's most fashionable guests lined the runway all while raising money for a great cause. The Dec My Room charity organization was created in 2007 by mother-daughter duo Susan Plank and Kendall Plank, who set on a mission to transform the cold and dull hospital rooms of children who sometimes have to stay weeks at a time, into a personalized and welcoming space to stay while being treated.
After the runway show featuring notable Houston couples, former A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel made a special surprise walk alongside six-year-old cancer survivor Charlie Dina. Flying in from San Diego, Manziel came to support Dina, as the two have developed a long standing friendship, with Manziel even sporting a 'Charlie's Angels' yellow bracelet throughout his college football career. The touching moment closed out an amazing night benefitting a great cause.