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The Black Fashion Movement VIP Shopping Experience & Fashion Show Opening Night

Presented by Mastercard

Founder of The Black Fashion Movement-Frenchye M. Harris


Atlanta, GA-October 21, 2021-On October 20, 2021, The Black Fashion Movement kicked off the 2nd stop of their pop-up experience in Atlanta, Georgia at North Point Mall. The day included a media preview at 1:30 PM where the media was able to interview designers, partners, sponsors, and the founder of The Black Fashion Movement, Frenchye Harris. Following the preview was a “black” carpet experience where VIP guests such as the VP of SCAD Dr. Audra Pittman, Pastor Debra Morton, Marc Jackson of Mastercard, Roland Guevara of Moet Hennessey, Pastor Aventer Gray, and featured designers Tracy Nicole, Lamik Cosmetics, Dawn Franklin Designs, Kahindo, Gina Gant, Silver & Riley, Ronnel Blackmon, and more. Directly after the “black” carpet, was a fashion show that featured all of the luxury designers. Several upcoming designers from SCAD were awarded recognition for their creativity by The Black Fashion Movement. The students were E'Naiyah Fraizer, Gregory Robinson, Thomas Gaddis. Each student walked the runway as the audience celebrated their talents. The fashion show was produced by Frenchye Harris of The Black Fashion Movement & Chuck Steelman of Trademark Property Company. TV personality and celebrity DJ, DJ Stormy provided the sounds for the show and the VIP shopping experience. During the shopping experience, Moet Hennesey presented a toast to the Black Fashion Movement where over 100 invited guests raised their glasses to cheer on the success of the Atlanta “pop-up” stop of the movement.


The Black Fashion Movement will be at North Point Mall daily until Saturday, October 24th. Shopping will begin on each day at 12:00 PM and will end at 6:00 PM. Guests are encouraged to come shop, mingle with designers, enjoy the experience, and support the movement.


Designers featured during the Atlanta pop-up consisted of:

Dallas, TX

Category: Home Goods

Designer: Serita Jakes

Miami, FL

Category: Women’s Swimwear

Designer/CEO: Keva Johnson

Chicago, IL

Category: Women’s Shoes

Designer/CEO: Kendall Miles

Houston, TX

Category: Cosmetics

Creative Director: Kim Roxie

Chicago, IL

Category: Women’s Apparel

Designer/CEO: Robin Harris

Dallas, TX

Category: Women’s Designer

Designer: Sai Sankoh

Chicago, IL

Category: Men’s Apparel

Designer: Norman Scales

Dallas, TX

Category: Custom Menswear

Designer: Donald Mofor

Dallas, TX

Category: Jewelry

Designer: Dawn Franklin

Los Angeles, CA

Category: Women’s Contemporary Designer

Designer: I’sha Dunston

Baton Rouge, LA

Category: Jewelry

Designer: Regina Porter

New York City, NY

Category: Women’s Designer

Designer: Kahindo Mateene

Los Angeles, CA

Category: Women’s Contemporary Designer

Designer: Gaynelle Winston White

Baltimore, MA

Category: Accessories

Designer: Tori Soudan

New York City, NY

Category: Handbag Accessories

Designer: Lola

Detroit, MI

Category: Beauty

Designer: Germaine

New York City, NY

Category: Sustainable Denim

Designer: Miko Underwood

Dallas, TX

Category: Bridal

Designer: Ese Azenabor-Grembowski

Alpharetta, GA

Category: Women’s Designer

Designer: Bettina Benson

Atlanta, GA

Category: Accessories/Eyewear

Designer: Ona Utuama

Atlanta, GA

Category: Custom Menswear

Designer: Rod Redmond

Atlanta, GA

Category: Women’s Designer

Designer: Tracy Nicole

Atlanta, GA

Category: Accessories/Hats

Designers: Tajh Crutch & Archie Clay III



For more information please visit: https://theblackfashionmovement.com/

Also keep up with The Black Fashion Movement on social media: @theblackfashionmovement

About Black Fashion Movement

The Black Fashion Movement challenges the narrative that Black fashion designers and Black-owned fashion brands are not accessible for consumer consumption through the execution of authentic, creative, and diverse interactive in-person, social, and virtual experiences. Our mission is to normalize fashion collections and entities designed, developed, and owned by BIPOC populations by cultivating meaningful partnerships, developing innovative strategies, and executing high-level events.




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