Fashion for a Cause: Supporting Caribbean Hurricane Relief

In Fashion Eventsby Jessica Faith Marshall

Fashion Mingle loves three things: supporting members of the fashion industry, encouraging networking and new relationships, and utilizing our resources in the fashion industry to make the world a better place. Our Caribbean Fashion & Dance Networking Party at Row NYC on November 15, 2017 combined all of these things.

JLC Productions and Fashion Mingle collaborated on a fashion-themed fundraising event to bring industry insiders together to network and raise money for hurricane disaster relief for the Caribbean Tourism Organization, a non-profit organization that is supporting Caribbean countries that have been affected by recent hurricanes.

Caribbean-American designers from NYC were featured in a fashion presentation. The designers showcasing their latest creations were Greta Wallace, House of D’Marsh, Malchijah Hats, Steven Daniel, and Dwight Thomas.

Caribbean-American performers Dj PrinZe and KLASS SANTANA entertained with Caribbean beats for the audience and we were honored to have musician Saint Pierre as a special guest.

The event was sponsored by MIST Harlem and City National Bank. Models were provided by Barbizon Modeling.

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About Jessica Faith Marshall

Jessica Faith Marshall is the founder and designer of her namesake brand, Jessica Faith Marshall. Since the beginning of her career, her brand has received press coverage in The Austin American Statesman, InFluential Magazine, The CW Austin, and other publications. She was recently selected as the winner of the Susan G. Komen Project Pink design competition against twenty other adult designers. Now, her business is currently based out of New York City where she continues to contribute as an intern for, and release seasonal collections in fashion weeks around the country.

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