Baltimore Fashion Week featured large design staff
on Monday,October 11,2010 21:10
Around the world, major cities host their own Fashion Week events to celebrate and honor the latest trends in clothing design. These events are widely publicized and professionals from all facets of the fashion industry typically attend to show their support.
This year's Baltimore Fashion Week was held at the Sheraton Baltimore North and ran through the end of August. The event included 32 designers from as far away as Africa, and more than 81 professional models showcased clothing each night.
Administrative duties were performed by Darius Thompson, who served as the Fashion Week liaison. New to the team was Yvonne "Miss Mama" Clarke, who served as the fashion correspondent. The team of M Wallace Videography and Freezing Time recorded the week's events.
"Having a fashion correspondent along with a fabulous video team this year really added that extra oomph that was needed to take this event over the top," said Robert Nixon, one of the producers of the show.
Interns were a huge part of this event,as at least 15 of them were on-hand to help out backstage.
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