There are some true movers and shakers in the Atlanta area! This upcoming Monday, big names stars Towanda Braxton (Braxton Family Values), Tiny, The Weave Shop, and The Sisters’ Network will be offering makeovers for breast cancer survivors from 10 am – 5 pm. The event which has been titled Transformation 2011: A Brand New You.Â A Complimentary Day of Beauty for Cancer Survivors is a fantastic idea andÂ anybody who was able to RSVP to the event is one lucky lady. Check the inside for more details on this event!
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Towanda Braxton, Tiny, The Weave Shop Salon, And The Sisters’ Network To Offer Life Changing Makeovers For Breast Cancer Survivors
Last night, Judy and Michael Mauldin of R&B Hip Hop 4 Humanity along with Bentley Atlanta and The Atlantan hosted the star-studded â€œA Night to Rememberâ€ fundraiser and tribute to fashion pioneer Bethann Hardison and the late designer Willi Smith at Atlantaâ€™sÂ Atlantic Station. “A Night to Remember” starts off Atlanta’s celebration of Fashion’s Night Out on September 8th. All proceeds from “A Night to Remember” will benefit the Mauldin Scholarship Fund at Savannah College of Art & Design, as well as Invisible Beauty, a documentary by Bethann Hardison.
Model Tyson Beckford and WSB TVâ€™s Jovita Moore were the MCs of the fundraiser, which included a performance by singer Kenny Lattimore, a presentation to Hardison and Smith, and a runway show featuring model and tv personality Cynthia Bailey.
Interior designer Michael Habachy of HGTVâ€™s â€œDesign Warsâ€ turned the loft space above Z Gallerie into a white wonderland with multi-colored lighting.
The fashion show was real nice and a ton of celebs came out including: Actress Jasmine Guy, former model Gail Oâ€™Neill, Anna Maria Horsford, Toya & Memphitz Wright, Trina & Towanda Braxton, Tameka Raymond (one of the showâ€™s stylists), attorney/Real Housewivesâ€™ Phaedra Parks, singer/songwriter Crystal Nicole, choreographer Andrea Kelly, singer Dondria, entrepreneur Peter Thomas, Derek Blanks, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall, Roger Bobb, Kenny Burns (V103) all came out to support “A Night to Remember.”
I had the chance to talk to Toya & Memphitz and they were telling me how they were in LA and be on the watch for big things from them!
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