Part II Q & A with Slayed: Mentally Stable Fashionably Sick Charity Fashion Show
A couple of weeks ago I told you about a charity fashion show I'm participating in on September 20th, Slayed: Mentally Stable, Fashionably Sick . A portion of the proceeds goes to NAMI DC. NAMI is the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
Earlier I posted Part I of the Q & A with the organizers; see below for Part II and If you are in the D.C. area this weekend, come out and watch me and other plus size divas rip the runway for a great cause. Get tickets here.
Part II Q & A
Tell us about the designers - How many, the type of designs, where they are based?
The designers featured in our show are all designers that create their designs based on self-empowerment. We specifically chose these designers based on their philosophies on life. They all play into our theme of "Against The Norm". We have seven designers ranging from high fashion to urban wear and all of them are DMV based designers. Our show will feature Christofer Ryan Designs, Dreams By Danielle, PLV, Child Rebel, Private Skool, FlyNHigh, and Kichella Koroar.
Mentally stable , fashionably sick. Love the name!! What does it mean to you? Thanks!!! The name was created by Cheeky, she is the wordsmith of us two LOL. Mentally Stable represents the support of those who suffer from mental illness but also represents the freedom of fashion and how you are able to reach outside the norm and express yourself freely without judgement. Our designers create looks that are against the norm which is a play on how people suffering from mental illness are viewed.
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*Outfit details -In the photo I'm wearing Siobahn Peay, (she is not participating in this show) photo is by Doug Swaim, Never Forgotten Photography