London’s Fashion Minority Alliance Will Debut at the Festival in October
London-based Fashion Minority Alliance will hold its first Festival supported by Amazon Fashion and Tommy Hilfiger. The digital event is scheduled for October 23 to 24 and will gather together creative brains in fashion beauty.
Fashion Minority Alliance is a nonprofit organization that is focused on businesses, brands, organizations, and industry figures. The main aim is to promote black, indigenous, and colored people creating a more diverse industry.
The event is free for visiting and will take place on three digital stages dedicated to fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. The live talks, roundtables, interviews, various masterclasses, and other sessions will be held in order to inspire those who are interested in creating an inclusive industry. Musicians and DJs will also participate in the event.
The alliance, originated by Barbara Kennedy-Brown and Cheryl Konteh has worked on several projects, such as collaborations with Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors, M&S, Estée Lauder, and other brands. The founder of B2B Media Ltd. and the celebrity stylist strive to promote positive and long-term industry change in fashion.
The FMA’s speakers and participants will be announced before the forthcoming event.
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