Haute 4 Haiti L’Union Fait la Fashion Soiree


For Immediate Release

 

Haute 4 Haiti L’Union Fait la Fashion Soiree

Presented by

Billionaire Girls Club Inc., Steve Madden, NUVO, and The American Red Cross in Greater NY

                                      

 

                                                                                             
Who: Billionaire Girls Club,  Steve Madden , NUVO, and The American Red Cross in Greater NY   What: Haute 4 Haiti Charity Fashion Soiree When: Saturday, June 5, 2010 6 pm Press Junket | 8pm Fashion Soirée Where:  Radisson Martinique Hotel  42 W 32ND ST New York , NY 10017

 

 New York, New York- This past weekend philanthropy and fashion  joined forces to raise much needed funds for the people of Haiti and showcase the fall 2010 looks of some talented designers. Guest were greeted with cameras flashing as they walked into the ballroom of the Radisson Martinique Hotel and BLACK GIRLS ROCK!, DJ Gino and DJ Diva Dee provided the music for the evening. Sponsor NUVO  provided the drinks for the cocktail reception and kept the libations flowing well into the night. Performances by The Morning After Band and young female MC Dante  energized the crowd as they awaited the fashion showcase.  Then came the main event exclusive designs and collections by Eminent Fash by Larissa Muehleder, Andrea Pitter for Pantora, Marchello Eans for Crying Tears, Renee  Fredique, Fabric Twinz and Albertini Addiction had the guest eyes fixed on the stage and wanting more. Not to be out done accessory auctioneers Stacy Armand, Finishing Touches Accessories, and D’Aveti Design gave guest some killer options to add to their own accessory collections.   

 Cute as Cake and Sweet Surreality provided decadent and decorative Haute 4 Haiti themed treats to satisfy the sweet tooth of guest.  A silent auction was held throughout the evening with paintings donated by Steven Cogle and Haitian painter Emma Thomas. The final performance of the evening came from Bronx rapper Ques who is a native of Haiti.  Ques got the crowd to their feet and as he performed a compilation of songs with a distinctive Haitian flare.

This group came together to keep the spot light on what is going on in Haiti and celebrate fashion. “I’m confident that through the commitment of these powerful organizations, ‘Haute 4 Haiti’ will rise to meet this urgent challenge and provide direct relief to the people.” – Victoria Paul-Edouard founder Billionaire Girls Club Haute 4 Haiti was not a one night event it will be felt by the people of Haiti for many years to come.  

Billionaire Girls Club Inc. founded in April 2006 specializing in women’s ready to wear and haute couture apparel & accessories. Billionaire Girls Club & Co is a powerhouse of fashion forecasting and social influence. The idea of seasonal trends is broken down. 

For media/press information on Haute 4 Haiti  please contact Sandra at solodove@msn.com  The American Red Cross name is used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, individual or political position. For more information about the American Red Cross, please call 1‑800 HELP NOW or email info@usa.redcross.org.

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