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Fashion Shows

Atlantic City Fashion Week Season 12

I was the Assistant Event Director for Atlantic City Fashion week. I did everything from finding sponsors, assisting in model call and hair/makeup call. I would assists the producers with marketing the show and do the day of coordinating. Making sure that not only the front of house was great for the guests, but making sure that all models, designers and their creations were ready to go back stage. 


About ACFW :Founded in 2011, Atlantic City Fashion Week is an event that rivals the likes of fashion week NYC, Paris and Milan. Twice a year thousands descend on America’s playground to take part in a high fashion event that includes fashion shows, seminars, celebrity appearances, retail events and industry parties.
Atlantic City Fashion Week is presented in part by fashionSTYLE Magazine and KingBee Media. Atlantic City Fashion Week is a multi-day showcase of Ready to Wear and Couture Fashion. It also includes a vendor exhibition, and pre-networking events for VIP guest. 

London Fashion Show

American-Intercontinental University

-Featured in British Vogue-

In the fall of 2012 I attended University in London. I was appointed to be the Student Director for the fashion show. A few of the many tasks I had to to accomplish for the show included the following: model casting,  recruiting sponsors for our swag bags, finding designers, doing floor plans and finding help for the show. 

About the show:

The theme for the show was Upcycle- reduce, reuse and recycle. Although, there was recycled fabrics, it was not short of bringing style to the stage. One menswear designer even used leather from a sofa  to create sleeves. Not only was the show good for the environment, but the proceeds of the show went to FSSA Zambia. This organization helps educate people in Zambia. 

Our guests included some impactful businesses such as: Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, the Textile Institute, Bloomsbury Publishing, & Fashion Monitor. Vogue even featured us on their site  Visit Article

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