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Hugh Success in Atlanta, Georgia
(August 26 2015, ATLANTA, GA) -- The Fashion Legacy Association for Industry
Recognition (FLAIR) biennial reunion event was a monumental success with former Ebony Fashion
Fair® Models traveling from across the country to Atlanta and 300 plus attending the charity gala on
Saturday evening. FLAIR is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization comprised of over 500 former
models, commentators and staff of the world renowned Ebony Fashion Fair® show that toured the
country from 1958 to 2009. Many of its members have transcended the runway, created successful
brands and become leaders in the community including B. Smith, Richard Roundtree and Judy Pace.
On Saturday, August 22, at C.A.U.S.E. for Elegance and Belk Department Store in Phipps Plaza, the
organization hosted its FLAIR Cares Mentoring Event for FLAIR Mentees selected from local fashion
and design schools including Clark Atlanta University, Art Institute of Atlanta, SCAD, Bauder and
Barbizon. FLAIR members conducted sessions on Self-Esteem, Make-Up/Self-Image and
Entrepreneurship/Leadership. Scholarships were announced for four students - Aalyiah Heath,
Kortne Simmons and LeNora Gray of Clark Atlanta University and Aatara Johnson of Art Institute of
The evening was reserved for the red-carpet, couture ready, FLAIR Charitable Event at Mason Fine
Art, where the organization saluted its own including iconic restaurateur, author and pioneering
transcultural lifestyle expert B. Smith, Atlanta's own Sonjia Amar Waller Young and Virginia Tibbs. A
tribute was made to African-American designers, Patrick Kelly (posthumously) and Atlanta based
fashion designer, Edouard Johnson, who was also a Fashion Fair® Cosmetics Make-Up Artist for 42
years and is currently based at Macy's North Dekalb Mall. The high energy fashion show highlighted
the styles of designers Edouard Johnson, Elizabeth Carson Racker, Bramer Leon Couture, TP Squared
and Randy Gary with collections from Belk and C.A.U.S.E. for Elegance. The fashion show was
produced by FLAIR members Tinika & Ronnel Blackmon of More Than Me, LLC. The evening was
hosted by TV Anchors Cynee Simpson and DeMarco Morgan. Special guests included Ambassador
Andrew and Carolyn Young, recording artist Keri Hilson, actress Judy Pace and producer Roger Bob.
A highly memorable moment was when FLAIR's B. Smith did an impromptu strut down the runway to
the delight of thunderous applause from the audience.
The organization’s mission is to empower, promote and provide educational and professional
development programs for those demonstrating achievement in the fashion industry. “This weekend
was amazing and allowed us to give back to the community by mentoring fashion and design
students, awarding scholarships and supporting emerging multi-cultural fashion designers, said
FLAIR Founder, Board Chair & President, Faye Clerk Moseley.
FLAIR Atlanta Chair, Regina Mixon Bates stated “we couldn’t be more pleased with the turn out that
we experienced this past weekend and how much our guests enjoyed the experience. We look
forward to the next event in 2017”.
Sponsors for the weekend included Toyota, Asante Restaurant,, Thomas Henderson,
Bobbcat Films, TBW Consulting, The Law Offices of Atty. Ayanna Jenkins-Toney, Shayla Simpson
Productions, Inc., Browner Productions, Inc., Belk and WCLK. For more information on FLAIR visit
the website at: and

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