Fashion Designer Kevan Hall Is All Set To Display His Fresh New Collection at the 44th Anniversary Black United Funds Gala

Kevan Hall, native son of Detroit, is an international designer and is best known for women’s fashion. He is also a trend setter, go-to stylist for the best of A-grade Hollywood stars. He is returning back to his home city to display his latest and fresh new designs. He will also be picking up a special award.

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, there will be the New York style runway; there are more than 20 models who will be walking down displaying Hall’s fresh new, creation at Michigan’s Black United Fund (BUF) Gala: Galaxy Ball – Fashion at the BUF at the Detroit Marriott, Renaissance Center. This special fashion show is being held for “fashion enthusiasts” so that they get the best of designs with a treat to their eyes. He wants to give back love and the best of visual treat to his community with a little glamour and glitz gelled together in the best of ways. After the event, Hall also will get an award, which is the 2014 Ambassador of Style Award.

Fashion Designer Kevan Hall Is All Set To Display His Fresh New Collection at the 44th Anniversary Black United Funds Gala 1

Hall is a pass out of Detroit Cass Technical High School. He also is a Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising graduate. Hall has been receiving rave reviews for all the big stars he has styled so far especially for the Emmys, Academy Awards and other such high profile events. His stylish haute couture gowns has been adorned by big stars such as Celine Dion, the first lady, Michelle Obama, Vanessa Williams, Salma Hayek, Vanessa Williams and many others on the prestigious list.

This evening will not only be a moment to salute the great iconic designer but at the same time grant homage to remarkable companies and individuals who have been supporting and assisting Detroit-based non-profit organizations who for the past 44 years have been working hard towards development of the community.

 
 
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