FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The 2nd Annual Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete (formerly Fashion Fetish Fete) scheduled to honor humane achievements in Chicagoland’s Fashion and Arts Communities While Recognizing A Very Special Organization
Chicago -June 5 – 2012- Revamped Image Consulting (RIC), a professional and functional lifestyle wardrobe enhancement company, announces the second annual Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete (FAHF), taking place on August 30, 2012 at the historical Beverly Arts Center in Beverly, Chicago. This jubilant celebration will not only award local fashion and arts companies, designers and
figures actively involved in community to global initiatives, but will also help raise funds for the Princess Closet. The event will begin at 6:45 PM with an exclusive red carpet media pre-show, hosted by Spokesmodel Amour Genesis, and will include an innovative fashion presentation produced by Benjamin Cottrell Designs.
Revamped Image Consulting is also pleased to announce the first set of confirmed Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete award Recipients for 2012, which include Kevin Coval, poet and Artistic Director/Co-Founder of Louder Than a Bomb; Karyn Watkins and Lovette Ajayi, Red Pump Co-Founders; Ken Patrick, President and CEO of Beau Ideal; and Alisa Roadcup on behalf of Heshima Kenya’s Maisha Collective initiative.
The humanitarian based 2012 event will include an astounding fashion presentation featuring designs from renowned Horacio Nieto, Elizabeth Smith Fashions, Rose Turner of Rosina Mae, and others. FAHF will also include special invited guests and a surprise event host ( TBA) along with a fabulous host committee including Shari Duffy of Ladies Night Chicago, Beba Georgieva ( Run-way model), Freda Howard ( Gospel singer), Stella Estrella-Quimby ( PR specialist, writer, and instructor), Lilah Handler of Artist Gumbo, Will Walker ( photographer), Shettima Webb ( Mocha Chocolate TV Host, model) Patrick Smith ( Program Director of Future Founders Foundations), and Scott Issen ( President and CEO of Future Founders Foundation).
Each year, FAHF spotlights a Chicagoland charitable organization in order to help increase awareness of that organization, educate attendees about what can be done to help, and to raise funds to support future programs and endeavors of the charity. This year, FAHF will spotlight The Princess Closet, a non-profit organization that grants prom wishes to high school girls, promotes self-confidence, individual beauty, and promotes higher education achievements via its Princess Closet Scholarship Fund. “I am excited to be a part of an event that acknowledges the creative talents and recognizes those individuals that have made a positive impact in their communities”, states Princess Closet Founder and President, Maria Davalos. 100% of raffle proceeds will be donated to the Princess Closet.
Please contact FAHF Founder and Director, Renita Manley-Garrett at email@example.com for a variety of business sponsorship/non-profit advertising opportunities and information regarding involvement with 2012 Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete. Be sure to subscribe to Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete ( on the right side of the page) to receive exclusive information about ticket sales, discounts, and special announcements.
About Revamped Image Consulting (RIC)
RIC is a Chicago-based professional and functional lifestyle wardrobe enhancement company, helping clients achieve an improved outer appearance and improved self-worth via their appearance since 2007. The company is owned and operated by Renita S. Manley-Garrett, who is also the founder and director of Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete. Visit revampedimageconsulting.com or fashionfetishfete.org for more information.