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The third floor of Saks Fifth Avenue inside the Fashion mall was transformed Friday, with tables, two auctions and a catwalk for a fashion show.
The 11th Annual 'Off The Field Wives Fashion Show' hosted by the Off The Field NFL Players' Wives Association was held inside the mall. The money raised during the fashion show will go to JT's Hand and Peyton Manning Children's Hospital.
"We're just looking to raise money to help these two organizations so that's the exciting part, making a difference," NFL wife, Tammara McDonald said.

She is married to Ricardo McDonald.
The NFL wives wore spring trends from Saks Fifth Avenue.
"I felt it was my duty to be here for my fiancée today. Our wives, girlfriends are always supporting us and everything we do on the football field. So, this was our opportunity for us to reverse things and for us to be their cheerleader," Marlin Jackson said.

Jackson played for the Eagles and the Colts.
"There's never downtime for athletes' wives. Trust me. What I love is that the ladies come together. We keep those guys together. We know how to multitask. When we come together we really make a difference," Nikkie Shaw said.

Shaw is a chef and is married to the Indiana Pacers' Associate Head Coach.
The fashion show takes place in the city where the Super Bowl is hosted every year.
"I honestly have to say this Hoosier hospitality is the best. And, we lived all over, but this is the best because the people here just generally wonderful," Shaw said.

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