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NICOLE MILLER SPRING 2017 REVIEW

CF. Goldman RTW Spring 2017


For spring, Nicole Miller took an imaginative trip to Panama. The Central American country, and its colorful textile tradition and craftsmanship, were major inspirations for the New York-based designer, who combined rich patterns, embroideries and prints with more metropolitan elements. Fitted dresses were trimmed with ruffles and featured graphic multicolor motifs, which also appeared on the jacquard sleeves of a utilitarian parka.

Playing with contrasts, Miller unconventionally used a high-end tweed fabric for a sporty bomber jacket paired with an allover-embroidered miniskirt, and crafted an anorak from romantic eyelet cotton. The collection’s focus on textures, sometimes created with embroideries of multicolor beads, was also evident in a pretty cotton sweater embellished with fringe and worn with fluid ruffled shorts.

CF. Goldman RTW Spring 2017

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RIHANNA “SETS IT OFF” AT BERGDORFS

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

It’s every designer’s dream to have their collection be carried at Bergdorf Goodman,” Rihanna proclaimed Tuesday afternoon at a frenzied personal appearance for the retail unveiling of her fall Fenty by Puma collection.

The Barbadian singer was joined by Bergdorf president Joshua Schulman and “homegirl Linda,” senior vice president, fashion office and store presentation Linda Fargo — as a contingent of Rihanna fans swarmed the retailer’s fifth floor, tunes blaring.

The majority of attendees appeared to be students from nearby fashion universities, including the Fashion Institute of Technology and the Parsons School of Design.

While scheduled for 3 p.m., the event didn’t start until nearly two hours past its call time — leaving some attendees with a dilemma.

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

Ariana, a 20-year-old student at FIT, said she was “debating if I should skip class, I have merchandising math at 5:10.” Spotted an hour later, it appeared that she had.

“I want to get the creepers,” Ariana said of her intentions for staying — noting that the continuously sold-out style is a must-have item amongst the FIT student body. “Before this, no one was buying Puma. [Rihanna] managed to make it big again,” she added.

Aasha, a 19-year-old New School student and intern for Alastair McKimm — who styled the fall Fenty for Puma campaign, already has a pair of creepers. She was in the room to nab one of the collection’s fur hoodies. “I like the collection — it is a mix of edgy and girliness at the same time.”

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

Whitney Lam, founder of the women’s lifestyle blog Nitrolicious, summed up Fenty’s popularity: “Anything Rihanna touches becomes popular. There is not really women’s streetwear like this produced with a big brand.”

Within 15 minutes of Rihanna’s ribbon-cutting, Bergdorf’s stock of shoes had sold out, as well as much of its apparel.

Schulman in his opening remarks at the event said, “The whole world is talking about ath-leisure, but here at Bergdorf’s we are all about ath-glamour.”

Discussing the decision to welcome Rihanna to Bergdorf’s, Schulman told WWD, “For us, Rihanna is an icon and when we first saw the [Fenty fashion] show Linda Fargo and I were so excited about it because we really felt that our customer would love this. It’s a very sexy, very modern approach to activewear.

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

“Ultimately for all of us, the celebrity association is nice, but it’s all about the product and we knew this type of product would speak to our customer.”

Article Courtesy of wwd - Misty White Sidell

RIHANNA "SETS IT OFF" AT BERGDORFS

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

It’s every designer’s dream to have their collection be carried at Bergdorf Goodman,” Rihanna proclaimed Tuesday afternoon at a frenzied personal appearance for the retail unveiling of her fall Fenty by Puma collection.

The Barbadian singer was joined by Bergdorf president Joshua Schulman and “homegirl Linda,” senior vice president, fashion office and store presentation Linda Fargo — as a contingent of Rihanna fans swarmed the retailer’s fifth floor, tunes blaring.

The majority of attendees appeared to be students from nearby fashion universities, including the Fashion Institute of Technology and the Parsons School of Design.

While scheduled for 3 p.m., the event didn’t start until nearly two hours past its call time — leaving some attendees with a dilemma.

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

Ariana, a 20-year-old student at FIT, said she was “debating if I should skip class, I have merchandising math at 5:10.” Spotted an hour later, it appeared that she had.

“I want to get the creepers,” Ariana said of her intentions for staying — noting that the continuously sold-out style is a must-have item amongst the FIT student body. “Before this, no one was buying Puma. [Rihanna] managed to make it big again,” she added.

Aasha, a 19-year-old New School student and intern for Alastair McKimm — who styled the fall Fenty for Puma campaign, already has a pair of creepers. She was in the room to nab one of the collection’s fur hoodies. “I like the collection — it is a mix of edgy and girliness at the same time.”

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

Whitney Lam, founder of the women’s lifestyle blog Nitrolicious, summed up Fenty’s popularity: “Anything Rihanna touches becomes popular. There is not really women’s streetwear like this produced with a big brand.”

Within 15 minutes of Rihanna’s ribbon-cutting, Bergdorf’s stock of shoes had sold out, as well as much of its apparel.

Schulman in his opening remarks at the event said, “The whole world is talking about ath-leisure, but here at Bergdorf’s we are all about ath-glamour.”

Discussing the decision to welcome Rihanna to Bergdorf’s, Schulman told WWD, “For us, Rihanna is an icon and when we first saw the [Fenty fashion] show Linda Fargo and I were so excited about it because we really felt that our customer would love this. It’s a very sexy, very modern approach to activewear.

Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.
Rihanna at Bergdorf Goodman for the fall collection of her Fenty by Puma collection.

“Ultimately for all of us, the celebrity association is nice, but it’s all about the product and we knew this type of product would speak to our customer.”

Article Courtesy of wwd - Misty White Sidell

My Body First Campaign Sounds a Rallying Cry for a Body Positive Shopping Experience

Plus size styling service Dia&Co highlights the need for a new approach

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Today, plus size fashion start-up Dia&Co launched its debut campaign, My Body First, which explores women’s emotionally-charged shopping experiences — including those of Dia&Co Co-Founder and CEO Nadia Boujarwah. Through a powerful video and the release of new statistics, the campaign calls for an approach to shopping that celebrates and prioritizes women’s actual bodies.

Prior to creating the campaign, Dia&Co conducted new industry research and surveyed hundreds of women, with results revealing:

  • Only 22% of women reported feeling happy the last time they left a fitting room. 33% reported feeling significantly worse when leaving than when they entered.
  • On average, nearly 75% of the clothes a woman tries on do not fit her body.
  • America’s largest clothing retailers only offer 29% of new styles to women above a size 14.

“At Dia&Co, we believe that style can spark self-love,” said Boujarwah. “But currently, many shopping trips create the opposite effect — leaving us disheartened rather than inspired. And too often, these experiences cause us to blame our bodies rather than celebrate them. The system is broken, and it’s time for a radical change.”

Founded in 2014 by Boujarwah and her Harvard Business School classmate Lydia Gilbert, Dia&Co has been building a truly body-positive shopping experience:

  • Personalization: Each Dia&Co customer receives uniquely curated boxes of clothing selected by a dedicated stylist to fit her body, her budget, and her style. Customers like the approach: Dia&Co has experienced 35x revenue growth over the past 12 months.
  • Fit Technology: It’s a common frustration that standard sizing varies considerably between brands. Dia&Co has developed a proprietary approach to assessing a garment’s true fit to greatly reduce this pain point.
  • Accessibility: By working directly with top brands and up-and-coming designers, Dia&Co has built a deep and diverse inventory assortment, ensuring that each customer has access to a variety of high quality, fashion-forward clothing that fits her style, no matter what her size.

To learn more about Dia&Co, visit http://www.dia.co or watch thousands of unboxing videos on YouTube. To join the conversation, use #mybodyfirst and follow Dia&Co on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @diaandco.

Key Findings from Dia&Co Shopping Satisfaction Study:

  • 22% of women reported feeling happy the last time they left a fitting room.
  • 33% of women reported that the last time they left a fitting room, they felt significantly worse when than when they entered the fitting room.
  • On average, women reported that 74% of the clothing items that they try on in a fitting room do not fit them.
  • Women who wear sizes 14+ try on 24% fewer items of clothing in fitting rooms (4.97 items) than women who wear sizes 0-12 (6.53 items).
  • Of the clothing that was tried on, a larger percentage did not fit women who wear sizes 14+ (77% of items) compared to women who wear sizes 0-12 (72% of items).
  • Women aged 18-24 tried on the most items of clothing of any age group (9.84 items per shopping trip).
  • Women aged 55-65 tried on the fewest items of clothing of any age group (3.30 items per shopping trip), but also reported the smallest percentage of clothing that fit (21.15%).

Survey Methodology

The Dia&Co Shopping Satisfaction Study surveyed 675 American women aged 18 to 65 years old between the dates of August 17-25, 2016. As part of the survey, women self-identified as wearing sizes 0-12 (59% of respondents) or sizes 14+ (41% of respondents).

About Dia&Co:

Dia&Co is a body-positive shopping experience exclusively for women who wear sizes 14+. The service connects each customer with a stylist who sends her personalized, curated boxes of clothing selected to fit her body, her budget, and her style. Founded in 2014 by Harvard Business School classmates Nadia Boujarwah and Lydia Gilbert, the company’s mission is to spark radical self-love through style. Based in New York City, Dia&Co has attracted a dedicated and diverse customer base crossing all 50 states. For more information, visit http://www.dia.co.

Nadia Boujarwah is the Co-Founder and CEO of Dia&Co, a body-positive shopping experience for women who wear sizes 14 and up. Dia&Co stylists work with top brands – from industry staples to up-and-coming young designers – to provide each customer with curated looks to suit their unique style and shape.

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Two years ago, Nadia was driven to found Dia&Co by the belief that style can act as a catalyst for self-love. Through Dia&Co’s vibrant community this belief is reinforced every day.  Nadia is continually inspired by women looking and feeling beautiful in clothes they were told they couldn’t or shouldn’t wear; embracing the body they have today – and dressing for it. Dia&Co was founded to support these women, and to help every woman find clothes that make her feel uniquely her.

Prior to founding Dia&Co, Nadia worked as an investment banker at Perella Weinberg Partners and most recently served as COO and CFO of New York-based jewelry brand Frieda and Nellie. Nadia holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard Business School. With a Cuban mother and Kuwaiti father, Nadia hails from both Miami and the Middle East, and is currently based in New York.

 

 

THE FASHION IMPIRE – NEW ADDITIONS

NEW ADDITIONS TO THE FASHION IMPIRE

Fashion Avenue News, Model World Magazine, The Fashion Impire and the Daily Fashion Blog, http://www.btetv.wordpress.com take our Global Luxury Brand very seriously.

When we decide to add a new person to the team, it’s a group decision with a panel interview, as they have to work with everyone on the team.

We are proud to announce new additions to the Fashion Avenue News staff.

AVADORA MIMOUNI – Fashion Director for Fashion Avenue News magazine.  Avadora is also the Brand Ambassador of her very own fragrance “Avadora The Fragrance”.  Avadora is a season SuperModel and Luxury Accessory Designer, that brings a ton of experience to her new position.

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YVONNE CHUNG – This beautiful lady is Sophisticated, Smart and Sexy.  She has been in the modeling/fitness/entertainment business for a while, bringing a wealth of fashion and glamour.  We are excited to welcome Yvonne as LifeStyle Director.  In this position, she will interact with 3 different departments, Fitness, Beauty and Fashion.

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LILIA PALATSKY – From Russia with Love.  This young intern hails from the Ivy League Fashion School, FIT by way of Russia.  She will work as a Model Scout/Coordinator.  Her responsibilities will be to Scout Models for covers, editorials and fashion shows.  She will also supervise the monthly Fashion Industry Open House.  We were extremely impressed with her interview and welcomed her into the Fashion Avenue News Family.

ERIC “VEGGIE” SULLIVAN – This persistent hard working young man will utilize his skills in photography and video.  Veggie, as he prefers to be called, was extremely persistent in being part of Fashion Avenue News. He will work directly with Editor-in-Chief, Sofia Davis.

TIFFANY BROWN – Tiffany has been with FAN for about 2 years and her professionalism has paid off.  She has been promoted to Editor-in-Chief of Model World Magazine, along with PA for the FAN TV show, where she will learn TV production from experienced videographers.  Tiffany’s strengths are styling and blogging.   Tiffany is very professional and a fast learner, Congratulation Tiff, keep up the good work.

As we bring on new team members, we say good-bye to our fabulous German Intern, Lisa.  She saw us on TV in Germany on Germany’s next Top Model and decided to intern with us, Lisa we will miss you.

We welcome them all and cannot wait to start working with them.

We bring you 24/7 Fashion & Beauty News.  Subscribe to our blog today:  www.btetv.wordpress.com

Sofia Davis – Editor In Chief “Remember….. Your Brand is all you have, protect it“.

 

UNIQUE BLEND MODELS FASHION WEEK August 5 – 6

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UNIQUE BLEND MODELS FASHION WEEK – EVENTS 2016

ARE YOU READY?

Join us on August 5, 2016 to August 6, 2016 as we present 2016 Unique Blend Models Fashion Week.

This page will include all the tickets for the the three days events including the opportunity to purchase the vendor’s package. Please email Andrene Williams at ubmfashionweek@gmail.com for information on sponsorship packages.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Ladydoves Self Enrichment Non-profit Youth Organization.

EVENTS:

FRIDAY, AUGUST  5, 2016
SUITS-N-SWAG (all male fashion show)
PLACE:  Holiday Inn at 440 West 57th street
TIME:    6pm-10pm (doors open at 6pm)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 2016
BIRDS OF PARADISE (all female show)
PLACE: Holiday Inn 440 West  57th street New York, NY
212-581-8100
TIME:    6PM-11PM (doors open at 6pm)

VENDOR PACKAGE: The vendor package for Gold, Silver and Bronze include ad in our program. 5 minutes talk time and position near the entrance.

PLEASE NOTE THE AUGUST 6, 2016, BIRDS OF PARDISE, HAS VIP TABLE AVAILABLE FOR $300 AND SEATS 8 PEOPLE. THIS IS AVAILABLE ON FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASES.

Last year’s event was great. This year we promise to make it even better. We look forward to having you joining us for an event with a  worthy cause.

WHEN:  Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 6:00 PM –
Saturday, August 6, 2016 at 11:00 PM

WHERE:  New York – New York, NY – View Map

 

FAB TO TEAM UP WITH LENNY LETTER ON EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION

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Fab, the ecommerce destination for design, is excited to announce a collaboration with Lenny Letter, a lifestyle newsletter by Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner.  Lenny and Fab have partnered to turn eight of the eye-catching, provocative illustrations from their weekly newsletter into products on Fab. The pieces will be featured exclusively on Fab for one month, launching May 31st. Each art print will be available in multiple sizes (framed and unframed); the illustrations will also appear on products such as totes and mugs.

With this partnership, Fab is placing Lenny’s unapologetically feminist and topical artwork front and center, dismantling the patriarchy one tote bag at a time. Standouts in the exclusive collection include the “Pop Vanity” tote by Kristin Liu, the “Barbie Bouquet” print by Louise Richardson, and the “Selfie Hero” mug by Gel Jamlang. All of the work fits right in to Fab’s colorful, bold collection of products.

Laia Garcia, LENNY’s Deputy Editor said, “We are so stoked to be working with FAB and to finally be able to bring some of our favorite artwork into real life!” Olivia Harris, Fab’s Director of Special Projects & Collaborations added, “Fab is thrilled to partner with the Lenny team to produce merchandise with featured artwork from their newsletters. We’ve been fans of their newsletter since launch and are so excited to bring their stories to life in physical form.”

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About Lenny Letter:

Lenny Letter is a newsletter dedicated to feminism, style, health politics, friendship and everything else from Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner (executive producer of Girls).

About Fab:

Fab is a vibrant e-commerce platform where people, tastemakers and brands come together to buy and explore. Find everything you need for a brilliant, modern, well-designed life, from up-and-coming designers to iconic brands to the best in cutting-edge tech gadgets.

GrandCentralBeauty’s Multi-efficient, S.M.A.R.T. Skin Care for Your Busy Lifestyle – Men. Women. All Skin Types.

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GrandCentralBeauty is a New York-based beauty company whose name was inspired by the classic beauty and modern efficiency of iconic Grand Centrals worldwide. With the busy city-goer in mind, GrandCentralBeauty creates classic multi-purpose treatments with modern results. GrandCentralBeauty is committed to changing the face of skincare as we know it, bringing the traditional spa experience to the homes of all of its customers with its S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting® products.

Created by an award-winning chemist, Ginger King, who has developed top-selling beauty products for leading global brands, along with luxury spa retail & marketing expert, Jackie Lee: S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting® products is named for its key benefits –  Smooth, Moisturizes. Anti- Aging, Redness- Reducing, Tones. The line provides instant skin smoothing, deep moisturizing, anti-aging benefits, redness reduction and improves skin tone through proprietary formulas and application processes. Designed for easy use and immediate results, the collection consists of three hero products of Mask, Polisher, and Serum + Primer.

The 15-minute peel-off S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting Mask delivers visible results with first use; spa-quality formula blends marine algaes, vitamins, botanicals and fruit extracts into a weekly skin treatment to deliver multiple results; 100% of clinical trial panelists report refreshed and rejuvenated skin. The Mask is conveniently packaged with four individual applications, along with its own travel accessories for use on- the-go or weekend getaway. It retails for $75.

The S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting Polisher is designed to work in 30 seconds to exfoliate, peel and tone – all in one easy step. Ideal for even very sensitive skin, the Polisher boasts an exclusive formula containing

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multi-fruit acids including apple, lemon, sugarcane and orange; along with botanical extracts such as peony, and Japanese tobiko inspired, caviar-like beads to gently cleanse and polish, buffing away dead skin cells, all without irritating the skin. It is packaged in a travel-friendly pump and retails at $38 for 30 mL/ 1.0 fl oz.

The S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting Serum+Primer is the newest product in the collection of multitasking products. This smart new serum is an easy-to-wear formula made to work with all skin types, including oily and very sensitive skin, with or without makeup. The Serum+Primer is a unique; oil-free, silica-free, multi-efficient, all-over face treatment to instantly smooth, moisturize, and act as your makeup primer, under-eye smoother, over-makeup setter and lip serum, all-in-one. This handy multi-tasker is conveniently packaged in a travel-easy pump and retails at $68 for 50 mL/ 1.7 fl oz.

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GrandCentralBeauty believes that you do not need to always switch your entire skincare routine and regimen due to changes in age, environment, seasons, or even lifestyle.  Instead, you can layer ‘smart’ active, multi-efficient treatments into your current regimen to effectively target multiple concerns at once.

Only premium ingredients are used in the formulation of the S.M.A.R.T Skin Perfecting products. All products are made in the U.S.A. and are hypoallergenic, clinically-tested skincare that is Paraben- free, Sulfate-free, and Petrochemical-free.

Lehigh Valley Fashion Week April 29-30th

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LEHIGH VALLEY FASHION WEEK

 

Lehigh Valley Fashion Week (“Fashion Week”) is held twice a year to highlight all the Fashion Seasons (Fall/Winter) (Spring/Summer), and occurs on April and August of each year.

Season 1 was held on August 14th to 21st, 2015, and it was sponsored by the Renaissance Hotel Allentown.  Kathy Avila owner of Style Beauty Lounge, located in Bethlehem, had her fashion show during that week.  Restaurants such as Corked, located in Bethlehem and Hook, located in Allentown, collaborated with Lehigh Valley Fashion Week.  The Fashion Week was a success and lovers of fashion came out in groves to attend the Premier nights.  Lehigh Valley Fashion Week’s sponsors were Metro Beauty Academy, Barbizon Chique, Style Beauty Lounge, LV Happening, Davis, Nelson and Associates and other companies/individuals who supported and helped with its success.

For Season 2 of Fashion Week Spring/Summer2016 (“S/S 2016”) styles will be presented by designers and boutiques.  This Season is sponsored by Holiday Inn Center Allentown, and will be held on April 28th to April 30th.   During this Fashion Week on April 29th, BW Nice – Lehigh Chapter will have their annual Red Shoe Charity Luncheon and Fashion Show, and Style Beauty Lounge will participate again by having a Trunk Show.

All the Lehigh Valley Fashion Week premier events will be held at the Holiday Inn Center Allentown, 904 Hamilton St, Allentown, PA 18101, and starts at 7pm.  This venue was recently renovated and fits the growing attendance of the Fashion Week.  If you don’t want to miss a beat during Fashion Week book your room by calling 610. 433.2221. The emcees will be Heidi Uracius from Barbizon Chique and Kari Holmes from Lehigh Valley Fashion Week.

Heidi is the former Ms Pennsylvania US 2014 and awarded 3rd Runner up Actress of the Year at the IMTA Convention in Los Angeles.  She is currently the events manager for Barbizon Chique and continues to model and act locally and in New York.  She was on the television special “On the Road to the Fashion Hero” on ABC last June, and will be in the upcoming reality show “The Fashion Hero”, as the Season One Winner.

Kari Holmes is the Fashion Director of Lehigh Valley Fashion Week, and has hosted numerous events.  She manages the designers and models for Fashion Week, and ensures that everyone is organized for the fashion events.

Barbizon Chique of Philadelphia will be providing models and partnering with Lehigh Valley Fashion Week again for Season 2.  Barbizon is celebrating 77 years in the industry and their models can be seen on TV, in Movies, Magazines, on the Runway, and more.  If you are interested in learning more about Barbizon and finding out how you can get started, go to barbizonchique.com, or visit their booth during intermission or after the show.

On April 28th, Thursday, there will be a networking event, where a panel of professionals in the fashion industry will speak to aspiring models, make-up artists (“mua”), and hairstylists to help them to become successful in the fashion industry.  Our host for this event will be Kari Holmes, Fashion Week’s Fashion Director.  The panel will consist of the following professionals; local top model and actor, Yasminda Rodriguez and Jacinth Sutphin, photographer, Jeff Levy, makeup artist, Faces by Fre Umarah, model agency, Heidi Uracius of Barbizon Chique, to name a few.

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On April 29th, Friday, the premier night designers will showcase S/S 2016 couture and ready-made collections. Here are some of the designers and boutiques who will be showcased; Dartanya, Clotheversity, Clothes Mentor, Victoria Wright, Art 2 The Skin, Stay by Stacy Angela, Abundant Style, and Glam2Mod2Chic.

On April 30th, Saturday, the finale night will showcase S/S 2016 urban collection.  Here are some of the designers and boutiques who will be showcased; Clothes Mentor, Level 9, Cat’s Meow, Urban Varieties,

Purchase your tickets for the Premier and Finale fashion shows at www.lehighvalleyfashionweek.com.

To celebrate Lehigh Valley Fashion Week’s Team hard work there will be an after party at The JetPort Restaurant and Lounge on April 30th after the fashion show.  JetPort is located at 3400 Airport Rd, Allentown, PA, and it starts at 10pm.  This is a chance to meet the designers, mua, hairstylists, models, and the Fashion Week Team who participated in Fashion Week.

About Lehigh Valley Fashion Week

Lehigh Valley Fashion Week is a Lehigh Valley organization highlighting the fashion industry in the area.  Our Fashion Weeks consist of fashion shows at malls, boutiques, and other venues around the Lehigh Valley. Fashion Weeks are celebrated around the globe and has been proven to be the number one medium for presenting the work of fashion designers and other fashion-oriented crafts.

It is known these events boost visibility and profit to the surrounding businesses.  There will be multiple fashion and promotional events throughout the Lehigh Valley, where we will collaborate with sponsoring businesses.  If you are interested and would like more information please contact us at contact@lehighvalleyfashionweek.com or 484.994.2572.

The hash tags used for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are #lehighvalleyfashionweek and #LVFWSS16.  The hash tags will be used for marketing purposes.

Press Contact
Name:                         Winsome Condra
Mobile:                       201.936.9102
Email:             winsome@lehighvalleyfashionweek.com

 

THE MAKE UP SHOW – A MUST ATTEND EVENT

THE MAKE UP SHOW

COMING TO NYC

SUNDAY & MONDAY MAY 1 & 2ND

AT THE METROPOLITAN PAVILION

THE MUST ATTEND SHOW FOR ALL MAKE UP ARTISTS

GET YOUR TICKET TODAY http://www.themakeupshow.com/nyc/tickets/

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Coming to New York this weekend is the Make Up Show, Sunday and Monday, May 1 and 2nd at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, NYC.

The Make Up Show features hands on training, seminars, and “how to” for every level of industry professionals.  They also have deep discounts on any industry product you can think of.  This is the “MUST ATTEND SHOW” of the year.

The Makeup Show NYC is only open to professionals working or studying in the beauty or fashion industries. Along with your ticket confirmation you will need to show professional credentials at the door.

Credentials can be: a business card, comp card, call sheet, tear sheet, student ID, enrollment papers to a beauty school, professional license, work ID or pay stub from a beauty related business.

The Makeup Show is a beauty event open to those individuals and companies involved in the makeup artist and beauty industries. Makeup artists, retail artists, aestheticians, cosmetologists, hairstylists, fashion stylists, buyers, agents and photographers, models, costume and theater designers, face and body painters, etc….  Students enrolled in courses related to makeup, hair or aesthetics are invited to attend as well and will be required to show student ID.

Entrance fees to The Makeup Show include the exhibit floor, main floor seminars as well as Keynote and Business Forums. Show admission tickets can be purchased via an online reservation system or at the door of the event, based on availability. For an additional fee, The Makeup Show offers hands-on workshops; these workshops are offered on a first come, first serve basis sold in advance.

GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY

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