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Fashion du Soleil – A Fashion Wonderland

 

Fashion du Soleil – A Fashion Wonderland

Presented by The Jarmal Harris Project

 

Fashion By Celebrity Designer, Laquan Smith from NYC

Performance by Tamika Love Jones

Carnegie Library

801 K Street, NW

Washington, DC 20001

August 4th, 2012

Doors Open: 7:30 PM       Showtime: 8:00 PM

Ticket Information

General Admission $30

VIP $50

(All major credit cards will be accepted at the door)

Creative Black Tie event

Metro Accessible:

Mt. Vernon Square (Green/Yellow line) or Gallery Place (Green/Red /Yellow line)

 

The Jarmal Harris project will present Fashion Wonderland on August 4, 2012 at the ornate Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon SquareFashion Wonderland is a dazzling fusion of high fashion and fine arts, showcasing the new collections of 3 celebrity designers whose work has been featured in high fashion magazines and in great demand by celebrities. This year’s event will include a VIP gifting suite hosted by high profile Fashion Ambassadors with live entertainment, scrumptious delicacies, swag bags, and raffle prize giveaways. Tickets will be available July 16, 2012

The Jarmal Harris Project is a premier, comprehensive arts group and a 501c3 non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. whose philosophy is to establish and maintain a caring, learning, and performing environment wherein youth will grow into productive adults who will lead fulfilling lives and improve the conditions of life by making significant contributions to the community.

About the Designers

Laquan Smith (New York) is known for his custom pieces for fashion icons like Lady Gaga, Serena Williams, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, and Tyra Banks. Laquan taught himself to sew at the age of 13 on his grandmother’s sewing machine. His designs have been featured on the covers of Vogue and have gotten extensive media coverage. Andre Leon Talley, editor at Large of Vogue Magazine has been a supporter of Smith since his debut at New York Fashion Week 2010.www.laquansmith.com

 

Tyrell (New Jersey) founded “TYRELL COLLECTIONS” with the purpose to accentuate the figure and the persona of the modern women. His designs are vibrant and sexy and can take you from your day-to-day life, to exotic, intoxicating evenings. Tyrell, a graduate of the world renown Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), N.Y.C studied with fashion pioneers across Italy and France. His designs have been published in several editorials as well as worn by several recording artists. www.tyrellcollection.com/

 

Haute Couture stylist JBriggs (Largo, MD) has produced fashion shows at venues like Constitution Hall, where his uniquely beautiful designs were featured on the front page of The Washington Post in 2008. “Inspiration comes to me in many shapes and forms.” says J Briggs “I’m inspired by the way I feel. Love inspires me; life in itself inspires me as well as good friendships.” Attached is a sampling of his work http://tinyurl.com/d45haqm

 

About the Jarmal Harris Project

The Jarmal Harris Project is a premier, comprehensive arts group and a 501c3 non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. whose philosophy is to establish and maintain a caring, learning, and performing environment wherein youth will grow into productive adults who will lead fulfilling lives and improve the conditions of life by making significant contributions to the community. The summer productions have become highly anticipated annual events. Attached are highlights from “Theatromania” summer 2010 production at the Wooly Mammoth Theatre.http://tinyurl.com/6qgz7bd

 

Fashion Wonderland is open to media. Please call Patrice “ResourceQueen” Lancaster at (202) 499-9332 or e-mail at resourcequeenp@gmail.com for press passes or more information on sponsorship and vending opportunities.

 

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