I know it seems like forever since my last post, but things have been a little busy with new projects, the new gig, and more. Check out this event that my clients Anise and Sandra are producing this week:
AND GRAND STREET SETTLEMENT
NEW YORK, NY—April 27, 2008—Celebrity fashion stylists, Sandra Alexandre and Anise Labrum, recently teamed with the students of Norman Thomas High School and Grand Street Settlement with a generous grant provided by the United Way of New York City to produce their first annual fundraiser for HIV/AIDS awareness. The May 9th event, a fashion show entitled “One Night Stand,” will be hosted by entertainer Tony Woods, with the red carpet hosted by Tracy Westmoreland of FOX News’ “RedEye.”
Sandra and Anise, are overseeing the creative/fashion direction for the show. The stylists have been working with the students over the past few months to teach them how to produce the show. The teens have been learning everything from stage production, fashion show coordination and how to perfect their runway walks from the team and other professionals that have donated their time to this worthy cause, including Oxygen Light Works, who donated all the lighting services to the event.
As word of the event started to spread, top-notch fashion brands and entertainment personalities began pouring in their support. Many major fashion labels have lent their many resources to all aspects of the production of the show.
With performances by RockStar Games Pro Skate Board Team, the evening of fashion will take place at Norman Thomas High School located at 111 East 33rd St (at Park Avenue) in Manhattan from 6 to 8 PM. For more information about the event or to inquire about tickets, contact: Shenica Odom at Sodom@grandstreet.org or Tamara Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRAND STREET SETTLEMENT
Grand Street Settlement is an historic social service institution on the Lower East Side in New York City and was founded in 1916 in response to the needs of waves of immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe who were settling in the area. Today, over 10,000 children, youth, families and older adults residing on the Lower East Side and Brooklyn are served through Grand Street Settlement’s community-based programs. For more information visit: www.grandstreet.org.
ABOUT NORMAN THOMAS HIGH SCHOOL
It is the mission of the Norman Thomas High School family to prepare students to be literate, caring, questioning and critically thinking members of society.
Our young people will be prepared to meet the academic and the technological demands of the 21st century, thereby enabling them to succeed in college and the business world.
Funding was provided by the United Way of New York City through a project grant called Focus Forward and the Department of Education through funding for the Grand Street Settlement 21st Century Learning Center at Norman Thomas High School.