LeBron James’ daughter, Zhuri James, hosted the Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) x Janie & Jack virtual event this past weekend. The little one took center stage as she moved the program forward while also interviewing designers who participated.
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In case you missed our Janie and Jack x Harlem's Fashion Row Launch Party, watch it now: link in stories. In collaboration with Harlem’s Fashion Row, multicultural designers Kimberly Goldson, Kristian Lorén and Richfresh. take center stage with three exclusive collections. Each adds their unique takes to Janie and Jack’s signature modern twist on classics. Hosted by special guest All Things Zhuri, The Recital celebrates each designer’s initial launch into the world of kids’ fashion, with styles for girls and boys up to size 12. Shop the collection.
Harlem’s Fashion Row is committed to promoting equality in fashion. The movement’s mission aligns with Janie and Jack’s goal of encouraging diversity in the fashion industry, which is why HFR partnered with Janie & Jack for this year’s virtual event. Janie and Jack donated $25,000 to Harlem’s Fashion Row in addition to collaborating with the nonprofit movement to present this year’s virtual event.
Zhuri James was the perfect host at the HFR x Janie & Jack virtual event. LeBron James’ daughter was vibrant as she interviewed the designers who participated in the show.
Kristian Loren, Kimberly Goldson, and Richfresh were the designers in the spotlight during this past weekend’s show. Kristian, a Philadelphia native, prides herself on creating casual wear that can be worn in various settings. Loren plays on classic designs and elaborate fabrics while trying to find the middle ground between everyday wear and apparel for special occasions. On the other hand, Richfresh and Kimberly Goldson fully channel elegant wear with suits and semi-formal apparel for kids.
You can learn more about Harlem’s Fashion Row here. Stay tuned for more celebrity kids’ news!
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