Friday, September 23, 2011
This video was created by Video Vision 360 through the Detroit Creative Corridor Center to publicize activities going on during the first Detroit Design Festival. The Abandoned In Detroit project is celebrating six years, since 2005! Check out the event posting on the festival site.
Through the week long festival a photo wall will be exhibiting work from project photographers as we've held over 25 photo shoots with various fashion designers, stylists, models, and have grown the community involved.
Sunday from 3-8pm we will have a fashion show featuring talent from the project and the runway path winds through Red Door Gallery, giving views with the photo exhibition as a backdrop and a walk through the main gallery. There are plenty of close viewing opportunities during the runway show.
There is no admission fee, a donation is welcome as we are partnering with The Friends of Belle Isle Aquarium during the event. Photo sales will be donated through their organization toward the maintenance, restoration and efforts to reopen the aquarium.
Monday, September 05, 2011
The Abandoned In Detroit fashion showcase project will be holding a photo shoot with models, designers, stylists, and photographers on Sunday, September 18 at the aquarium. The project works with registered members to keep their portfolios up to date, bring talent together through the project's community, and assist members in growth in the fashion industry.
EXHIBITION AND FASHION SHOW
The project will be holding a photo exhibition and fashion show during the Detroit Design Festival from September 21-28 (Wednesday-Wednesday), at Red Door Gallery. On Sunday, September 25 a fashion show will be held. During the week-long event series a portion of proceeds is being donated through the Friends of Belle Isle Aquarium toward renovation and repairs to the aquarium.
The mission of the Abandoned In Detroit project is to document the emergence and evolution of fashion set against the changing landscape of Detroit. Noting how change influences the designs of the city. A list of designers and locations the project has worked with since 2005 for 25 photo shoots is on the official website - AbandonedInDetroit.org.
If you have any questions about the project and events coming, please contact Stephen Boyle at 248-632-6156 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Advertising and vending opportunities are available with the upcoming events during DDF. Our advertising campaign extends through print, online, and video. Email your request for an ad kit to email@example.com.