- Anna Zwettler
Fashion Row Harlem, an arts and entertainment organization
providing a platform for color designers, announcing that it will be
launched a new nonprofit in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The ‘ICON 360’ program was created to support color designers
“Play their business during this pandemic and need funding for it
scale, “the company said. Those who are interested can apply to receive grants through
the Fashion Row Harlem website on June 15.
To celebrate and support designers who applied for ICON 360, the
the organization will hold a virtual fundraiser on May 30 featuring the panel
discussions with fashion industry guests, like editors at Teen Vogue
chief, Lindsey Peoples Wagner, founder of All The Pretty Birds, Guest
McPherson, and celebrity stylist, Kesha McLeod.
“During this crisis, I think it is very important to do everything we have
the power to support color designers, “Brandice Daniel, CEO and founder
Fashion Row Harlem, said in a statement. “I’m very inspired by
the resilience of designers who make bold pivots in their business. As
Our fashion community has amazing opportunities to help scale
designer business that flourished even in the middle of a pandemic. ”
Tickets can be purchased for 22 dollars on the newly created hfricon360
website, which will give guests the opportunity to see a joint fashion show
past fashion designer Harlem Row, find a new designer who appears and get involved
with a panel discussion. 100 percent of the ticket sales
will be given to non-profit organizations.
Photo Credit: Harlem’s Fashion Row, Facebook
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