As an iconic adorner and educator in the beauty industry, Isis has maintained a presence in her community. She has also been actively involved in preserving cultural identity for African Americans via her decade long battle with the State of Texas regarding anti-braiding regulations. Isis was ‘grandfathered’
A Dallas native and mother of five, Isis Brantley is known nationwide as Naturally Isis, the guru of Natural Hair Care. Stylist to many clients across the country including celebrity neo soul artist Erykah Badu, Isis is deeply involved in building and expanding her business, with the promotion of her hair care products appropriately donned, Sisters of Isis, and the upcoming release of three books: Hair Once Sacred, Now Desecrated, Braid Raid, and Olayinka’s Magic Beaded Comb.
The Black History Month fashion show will feature designs by fashion designer Philetta K. Phillips who will debut her 2014 African inspired clothing Line "The Cross Over" incorporating designs ranging from elaborate evening gowns to fun casual wear. For a taste of bridal couture, TeKay Designs: Queen Of The Brides will also showcase select bridal gowns representing queens and women of power from various countries around the world. Music will be provided by a DJ and cultural dancers will entertain guests at the event. Doors open at 6:30 pm CT. Regular admission is $25 and Patron admission is $50. Thirty percent of proceeds from the event will be distributed among The Liberian Association of Greater Houston, Ward Educational Fund and a renowned cancer organization in the US. Purchase tickets at: http://www.tk-
Location: The Institute of Ancestral Braiding, 2642 South Beckley, Dallas, Texas 75224
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