A Fashion Parade Against Human Trafficking on Labor Day Monday in NYC

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Published on August 31, 2017 with No Comments

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Plans are underway for the staging of a history-making presentation,  “the Longest Fashion Parade in the World” as YET SHE RISE, INC, in association with JLC PRoductions, LLC. for CAFE – Caribbean American Fashion Exchange™ and The World Fashion Festival Organization present: The Mas in Fashion – A Fashion Parade AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING, on Labor Day Monday, September 4th, 2017, during the New York Caribbean Carnival on the 2.1 mile stretch of Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn.

The Mas in Fashion – A Fashion Parade AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING, while celebrating Caribbean culture and New York City’s position in fashion’s global hierarchy, also takes a stand against the plague of human trafficking, through partnership with YET SHE RISE, Inc. whose “…goal is to one day stop human trafficking and help in rebuilding strength and confidence in innocent, abused and exploited young women from Puerto Rico, The Bahamas and The Caribbean.” (https://www.yetsherise.org)

The Mas in Fashion – A Fashion Parade will present the works of accessories and clothing designers who are encouraged to show between one to five of their most innovative creations. A first-time event in the New York Caribbean Carnival which celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year, the fashion parade will give spectators a choreographed view from designers such as Melissa Edwards and Noir Collins (Jamaica), Akeisha Bowles (Montserrat), Bridget Ward (St. Vincent and the Grenadines), Rodney Alexander, Steven Daniel, and Donna Dove (Trinidad and Tobago), Carlos Williams and Winsome Lees (Guyana), Terance Taitt (Bermuda), and Bryan K. Osburn (USA).

The Mas in Fashion – A Fashion Parade is a branding strategy of CAFE – Caribbean American Fashion Exchange™ that will utilize the Caribbean’s largest platform to bring awareness of the Caribbean presence in fashion, #CaribbeansinFashion before millions of eyes, locally, nationally and internationally.  CAFE – Caribbean American Fashion Exchange™ is a marketing initiative of JLC PRoductions.

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