Introducing a New York City Fashion Show to raise awareness for Angelman Syndrome Aisha Ferozee's Design

Joanna Marcella a British designer and the founder of the Fashion Designers’ and Craft makers’ Network; would like to announce the insertion of an electrifying Collections Showcase in aid of Angelman Syndrome. Over thirty innovative international Fashion designers will be exhibiting their original collections at the first ever Angelman Syndrome Collections Showcase on Saturday 25 April 2015 at the Studio Arte, 265 West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018.

The Collections Showcase will provide a launching pad for up and coming emerging designers. The aim is to exhibit to a vibrant audience of consumers, fashionista’s and the press. Angelman Syndrome is an extremely rare condition that is characterised by laughter, energetic movement, hugs and a mutual fascination of all things shiny – including water.

Those with Angelman Syndrome will typically have profound special needs, some physical disability, a significant lack of verbal skills, sleep disturbance and epilepsy as well as other possible complications. Angelman Syndrome does not reduce normal life expectancy but those with the condition will always  need round-the-clock care.

Joanna says, “I’m encouraged by Colin Farrell’s mission to raise more awareness. As a celebrity he is able to catch the attention of the media with the story of his own son. As a designer I and other members of the fashion industry can use this showcase to raise funds for the research, which will lead to treatments and eventually a cure.”

Established press, bloggers and other media are invited  to attend to cover the show; we’re also inviting up and coming; Make up Artists, Hair Stylists, Male and Female Models, Photographers, Stage managers, Presenters/Compares, journalists, Djs and Stewards to come and support as volunteers.

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