2014 Jersey City Fashion Week Presents “Where Fashion Touches Down” Football Fashion Week – A Pre-Super Bowl XLVIII Fashion Event

fashion weekNew JerseyCity of Jersey City SUPER BOWL XXI and XXV CHAMPION CARL BANKS G-III Apparel Group,  KAY UNGER NEW YORK, TOMMY HILFIGER USA,  SHOWCASE COLLECTION’S ON 2014 FOOTBALL FASHION WEEK’S RUNWAY AT POLE POSITION RACEWAY IN LIBERTY STATE PARK

 New Jersey – The Super Bowl Host Committee recognizes the union between the multiple hosts of Fashion Week and hopes to spotlight imaginative talent while giving industry insiders and fashion enthusiasts a glimpse into Jersey City’s vibrant social and cultural scene which include educated, influential and fashion forward individuals who occupy New York, Jersey City and its neighboring cities.

Jersey City Fashion Week (JCFW) presented by DLJ, Give to Live Community

Foundation, a project of United Charitable Programs is a registered 501(c) 3 non-profit, dedicated to promoting awareness for charitable causes within Hudson County through fashion, entertainment, and sports-related events.

Give to Live Foundation, producers of Jersey City Fashion Week, The City of Secaucus, and Atlantic City Fashion Week, BK Style Foundation, producers of Fashion Week Brooklyn, Baltimore Fashion Week, and Small Boutique Fashion Week have collaborated and put forth eager efforts to restore and rebuild the community by exposing art and fashion by emerging designers to raise money for local non-profits all while giving industry insiders and fashion enthusiasts a glimpse into Jersey City’s vibrant social and cultural scene which include educated, influential and fashion forward individuals who occupy New York, Jersey City and its neighboring cities.

 2014 Football Fashion Week is supported by City of Jersey City Mayor Fulop, City Council of Jersey City, and Division of Cultural Affairs of Jersey City!

On January 24 celebrity models Jason Case (Amazing Race – CBS TV), Tennessee Titan Visanthe Shiancoe (New York Giants 2003 Draft Selection), Odessa Turner (New York Giants Super Bowl XXV Champion), Darryl Reid (Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl XLI Champion), Amy Diaz (Amazing Race – CBS TV), Marsha Thompson (Miss Tropical Paradise 2013), Ash Wise (Mrs. Tennessee International 2013), Dante S. Briggins (Wilhelmina Models) will blitz the runway.

Top designers from NJ, NY, LA and South Carolina will show there 2014 Swimwear and Spring Lines! Featuring New Jersey’s own G-III SPORTS BY CARL BANKS; Kay Unger New York;  STACEY ANGELA DESIGNS BY STACEY ANGELA  have been featured on “America’s Next Top Model”; Melky Jean Grammy nominated song writer and younger sister of Fugees founder Wyclef Jean; BET; and MTV,   New York Designer BERNARD MOORE-Bathhouse Swim wear Big & Rich; Diddy; 50 Cent; Nelly; T.I.; and Lisa Raye; B.E.T. Television Network “Rip the Runway” and  VH1 “Ford Model Agency World Super Model Search – Albania” Fashion; “True Ink” A Luxury T- Shirt Brand by RAY EDWARDS (Minnesota Vikings 2006 NFL Draft selection); styles of New Jersey Designer Samanta Samuel of Fashion Sixty4 ; L.A. Designer LaRae Wilson signature line LaRae Mychel, South Carolina Designer Dana Thumbtzen Vintage Fusion, and more…. including a premium American Designer’s clothing

On January 24, 6:00pm, The Emerging Designer Fashion Show located at Pole Position Raceway

99 Caven Point Rd, Jersey City, NJ will highlight developing lines from some of the most imaginative individuals.

In 2013 GIII by Carl Banks brought introduced an exclusive Hi End Started the Classic movie “Coming to America “ throwback N.Y. Jets jacket worn by by Semmi (Arsenio Hall), with a N.Y. Mets jacket in the style worn by Akeem (Eddie Murphy) in a “Coming to America” pack.  Carl’s idea has now developed into plans for retro Starter jackets of all the major sports teams. Mr. Banks shares a women’s Jewelry Line  “Carla Marie by Chelsea Taylor”  with his daughter and Jeweler Chelsea Taylor utilizing professional sports teams colors.   Kay Unger New York, a favorite among several high profile celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Vanessa Williams, Selma Hayek, and Dakota Fanning will be featuring her collection during Football Fashion Week.

Kay Unger New York was established in 1995 and is a fashion brand that continues to redefine classic style. Drawing upon customer lifestyle, women depend on staple pieces that flatter fit which includes seasonal collections of evening wear, suits, daytime dresses, and sportswear.

 

 

January 23, 2014 –              Opening Night – Hoboken, New Jersey at Boys and Girls Club

                                                  123 Jefferson St, Hoboken, NJ 07030 with Liberty Science Center

 

January 24, 2014 –              6:00pm – Super Celebration Football Fashion Event located at Pole                                                                               Position Raceway 99 Caven Point Rd, Jersey City, NJ

 

January 25, 2014 –              7:00pm-10pm Mister Cognac, Paul Jones of JTE Spirits, Presents a                                                                 collection of the world finest Cognacs along side with dinner located at

                                                 VB3 lounge 475 Washington Blvd, Jersey City, NJ

 

Sponsors and Supporters include Pole Position Raceway,  United Charitable Programs, Atlantic City Fashion Week, NJ Full Figured Fashion Week, BK Style Foundation the producers of Fashion Week Brooklyn, Small Boutique Fashion Week,  DLJ Sports and Entertainment Connection, Jersey City Fashion Week, GLAAM, Kiss-A-Star Photography, VB3 Restaurant and Bar, Fefe Makeup Artistry, DLJ Give to Live Community Foundation,  Atangerinetree  Boutique PR |Media and Production House, Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County, Liberty Science Center, Fashion Umbrella the producers of Baltimore Fashion Week, Kay Unger New York.

 

More information is available online by visiting JerseyCityFashionWeek.com

http://www.eventbrite.com/o/jersey-city-fashion-week-2513864730

              

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