Thanks to the Las Vegas Fashion Design Council, Fridays are Fashionable and Saturdays are Sexy!
The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council presents... Sexy Saturdays
By: Las Vegas Fashion Design Council
Sexy Saturdays will be co-hosted this month by Las Vegas Performers and LVFDC Ambassadors Joze Perez and Jennifer Romas, featuring an exciting runway show with male and female models in the new modern/hip Men's underwear line, The Longer Johns Collection, by Designer Jordan Christopher, with a live vocal performance by Disco Diva Suzi Lane and Special Guests LVFDC Ambassadors, Michelle Roxy Davis, host of the 702 Rox Radio Show and Tiffani Neilson, author of Sin City Survival Guide.
The LVFDC has been steadily gaining international attention thanks to Founder and Executive Director, Las Vegas based Designer David Tupaz, who recently returned from a very successful trip to New York Fashion Week. Tupaz unveiled his new 40 piece Spring/Summer 2015 collection, inspired by the sights, sounds and excitement of Las Vegas, to a sold out, standing room only audience at the Kalayaan Hall - Philippine Center on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. “The main objectives of the Las Vegas Fashion Design Council are to build industry, create jobs, provide free education, nurture talent, and create awareness by establishing signature fashion events in Las Vegas. We are not just about the glamour or the illusion of the fashion industry, we are a real working council that produces tangible results within our community!” declares Tupaz.
The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council, a non-profit 501c3 organization, incorporated in 2012, is supported by Mayor Carolyn Goodman and the City of Las Vegas as well as Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development. The LVFDC is comprised of real Fashion Designers and Industry Professionals with proven track records in their field of expertise. While in New York for Fashion Week, Tupaz presented a letter of support for the LVFDC from Mayor Goodman to the CFDA, Council of Fashion Designers of America, which boasts membership of industry icons Anna Wintour, Donna Karan, Diane Von Furstenberg and Michael Kors, among many other well-known and respected designers and industry personnel.
“The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council is now receiving calls from designers in other states, intrigued by the accomplishments of the LVFDC, inquiring about what Las Vegas has to offer with regards to manufacturing facilities and skilled labor,” according to LVFDC President, Designer Mitch Adkinson, “We are encouraging designers to relocate their operations to the Silver State and take advantage of our warmer business climate, like this week’s Sexy Saturdays featured designer, Jordan Christopher, who hails from the Sunshine State”.
As the fashion industry grows in Las Vegas, the need for a properly trained workforce increases. The LVFDC provides mentorship, educational and training programs, seminars and workshops to aspiring designers, seamstresses, tailors, models, photographers, stylists, hair and makeup artists, etc. Membership to the LVFDC is FREE and by invitation only, so the LVFDC depends on donations from the community to keep their programs thriving.
Since June of this year, the LVFDC has been hosting a very successful monthly fundraising/
Join the Las Vegas Fashion Design Council at the Vegas Life TV Studio & Event Center, home of David Tupaz Couture, 5275 South Arville Street, Suite #112, Las Vegas, NV 89118, this week, Saturday, October 4th 9pm to 11pm for Sexy Saturdays. The next Fashion Fridays event is October 24th 5:30pm to 7:30pm, this month’s theme is High Fashion Halloween Couture! Event admission is free, however a tax deductible donation of $20 to the LVFDC is suggested. For more information about the LVFDC, their events or to make a donation, please contact Traci Smith, email@example.com, (310) 863-2613.
The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council would like to thank our Sexy Saturdays and Fashion Fridays Event Attendees, Board & Council Members, Designers, Students, Models and Assistants. Sponsors & Supporters: Angela L. Scissom, Bert Palacious, Blue Man Group, Continuum Vegas for Vintage Las Vegas, Christina Roman our Runway Coordinator, Dana Roxx, David Tupaz Couture, Dismond Beats, DJ Bomb Shel & Danny Mills Eric Jordan Young with Shakin' - Classic Vegas Remixed with a Twist, Gene Woods Racing, Emma Woods, Feralene, Graceful Facials and Bodyworks, Hairz Melinda, James Ashburn, JRR Enterprises LV, Julie Pyle and Channel 13, Kim Johnson, Kimberly Barnhill, Lea Vendetta, Louisa Voisine, Madelyn Feller, Mauricio Montebello, MengXi Wang, Mike Gonzalez, Mike Hammer Comedy Magic, Nicole Hatcher, Nicole Marie Patisserie's Christy & Amy, Ninon Speaks Media Image Coaching, Nja One, Parc West, Patrick Power, Photography of Leah Burlington, Rhinestones & Razor Blades' Kristen & Karyn, Regina Moyer, Rockin’ Las Vegas, Scot Coogan, Skyler Sullivan, Sin City Presents Magazine's Genie & Duane, Sin City Survival Guide, Spirit of the King, The Mirror Mirror Salon, Photographer Tolga Katas, Vegas Life TV and 702 Rox Show and Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
Traci Smith, LVFDC Official PR on Valley View Live! http://youtu.be/
Designer David Tupaz, LVFDC Founder & Executive Director on Morning Blend! http://youtu.be/
The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council (“LVFDC”), a Nevada nonprofit corporation, is a Fashion Organization recognized by the City of Las Vegas, Office of the Mayor, as well as the Nevada Governor's Office of Economic and Business Development. LVFDC is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Donations to LVFDC are tax deductible, pursuant to the provisions of section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. § 170(c).
The Purpose of the Las Vegas Fashion Design Council: To promote the fashion industry in the City of Las Vegas and the State of Nevada. Develop Las Vegas, Nevada, into a source of creative talent and manufacturing capabilities.
The Las Vegas Fashion Design Council will: Cultivate, mentor, and assist local designers and artists in their creative growth and elevate their talents to industry standards through educational and financial support. Give the state the opportunity to develop a manufacturing image and viable economic industry through educational programs, training, and collaboration with local and out of state strategic partners who share the same vision. To zealously pursue the ingenuity and innovation of creative ideas from the present and future generations to establish both national and international prestige in the industry and products that are made in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as the rest of the Unites States of America.
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