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ANM Fashion Show
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Date: February 1, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Show map
CenterStage @ NoDa
2315 North Davidson Street

Contact: Keaton Wells
Phone: (704) 794-8338
Email: artnmotion2014@yahoo.com
Site: www.anmfashionshow.com

Keaton's Cupboard presents for another stellar year, its "Art N Motion" fashion show.

Joining Keaton Wells in this endeavor is Urban Tymes Magazine and Hair 180.

Keaton Wells is recognized for his fashion panache in the Southeast. He has established over several years,  boutiques that cater to the personal flair in each individual customer. Carey Digsby, editor-in-chief of Urban Tymes, and Tawanda Blake will host this lavish affair. Hair 180 will be showcasing its product line on the runway in addition to educating on a holistic approach to attaining and maintaining healthy hair.

Doors open promptly at 6 p.m.

Attire: Clean, professional and chic. Recording music artists, fashion icons and influential guests will be in attendance.

Tickets start at $20 in advance at Eventbrite, and selected outlets ! 




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