Walk Fashion Show: The Atlanta Edition December 2015 (RECAP)

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The Walk Fashion Show returned to Atlanta sponsored by TUC Magazine, on December 6, 2015 with two runways of Designers. This time the event was extremely packed and media friendly, thanks to the welcoming Producers Crystal Bailey and Daishawn Franklin who celebrated 6 illustrious years of the Walk For Fashion movement since it was founded in 2009 via Detroit. This years event also was hosted at one of Atlanta’s stylish and cozy venues 595 North Event Center which had more than enough room for its hundreds of guest that attended. During the two part fashion showcase, the audience was blessed with over 30 Designers to see. Also the fashion show exhibited its relentless effort to display a diverse group of models all shapes and sizes from all ethnic backgrounds.

Some included but didn’t limit Designers such as Kenzy’s Threads, Elle Est Designs, Jenee Dionne, C Denim, Scripted Clothing and Aakofii. With one half of the fashion show all about the kids and the other half for the adults and Independent Designers, the audience was left with a well rounded show. The Walk Family makes it their duty to insure all models are exhibited in a professional manner in hopes of being signed by model agencies, and for Designers to position their garments to be sold in boutiques. There were many who recorded the event on their smartphones and chimed in on all social media websites and mobile apps like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #WalkForFashion to connect with each other.

The Walk Fashion Show will continue to grow beyond what it is today, as it already has a upcoming show in New York set for 2016. So if you haven’t already experienced a fashion show the “Walk For Fashion” way follow them on social media or search them on the net and purchase your tickets for their next live showcase.


About Dez Jermaine (454 Articles)
College Undergraduate student age 22. Interested in writing about people and news to inform my peers about what goes on around them. I believe that anything can be accomplished with effort and motivation, and I always put God and Family first.

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