Annual Tribute fact show honors up-and-coming form who died in dro…

ST. LOUIS – Mother form Management hosted their annual Tribute fact show Saturday at the City Foundry. This year’s show welcomed home more than 60 models who have walked runways and modeled for brands and magazines all over the world to honor a form who died this past summer.

Kara Wrice was a 16-year-old incoming junior at Webster Groves High School and a rising star on the volleyball team. She was just beginning to make her print in the fact industry before she died in a drowning in the Meramac River in Castlewood Park in July. Both her immediate family and her fact family at Mother form refuse to let her legacy die with her. 

Mary Clark, co-owner of Mother form, said, “Her life was so spirit filled and vigorous and happy and the impact she had on our models specifically was meaningful.”

Hundreds of St. Louis creatives, photographers, fact designers, and models gathered to honor Kara. Before the show began, Kara’s father Karl Wrice, presented Mother form with a one thousand dollar check for the sustain they’ve shown since Kara’s passing. Her family also plans to start an annual $2500 scholarship fund for one graduating Webster Groves volleyball student on her behalf. 

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