Angelman Syndrome Collections Presentation, Awards & Creative Arts NYC - The Paul Hotel NYC
Angelman Syndrome Collections Presentation, Awards & Creative Arts NYC
takes place at The Paul Hotel NYC 32 West 29th Street, New York, New York, 10001, United States
Tickets for Saturday 29th April 12pm-8pm
Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable please ensure you check all details before purchasing.
THE FDC COLLECTIONS PRESENTATION
Designers from the UK, USA, Europe, Africa and India will début their collection with us in New York City.
2017 FDC COLLECTIONS PRESENTATION DESIGNERS ARE: Deborah Majen –VIDA, Eve Jenkins - Parasit Eve Design, Yi Ling Kuo, Assil Skaiky - The Scilla Collection, Jacqueline Wright - Jaque' of Houston, Stephanie-McLean - Stephanie McLean, Nika L.A. Hollingsworth, Rasa Vilcinskaite - RasaVilJewelry, Adrine Joseph - Firan & Rose, Luciana Pulcini - Luciana Pulcini, Melissa Lockwood - Melissa Lockwood, Anggie M. Carrion Vega - Anggie, Jill Jiang - Chez Jill, Diana Villalobos, Charlene V. Walsh, Chanette Laing and Kimberly McLinden.
All 12pm - 3.45pm ticket holders will be presented with a glass of wine.
Contact: Joanna Marcella on Mobile: +44 (0) 7940 647 102 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dress Code: Males Smart, Females Fashionable
About Angelman Syndrome:
Those with Angelman Syndrome will typically have profound special needs, some physical disability, a significant lack of verbal skills, sleep disturbance and epilepsy as well as other possible complications. Angelman Syndrome does not reduce normal life expectancy but those with the condition will always need round-the-clock care.
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Fashion Designers and Craft makers (FDC) Young Designer Awards
Our Vision is to present an international platform for dynamic young designers who can find their niche as individuals and become a brand in their own right.
The Aim of our Young Designer Awards and its related events is to increase the number and visibility of young and exceptionally gifted multi-cultural designers, and to encourage them to reach their true potential, by rewarding those who excelled both creatively and academically.