FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 21, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Everyone asks themselves two questions every day, what am I going to eat and what am I going to wear.These everyday necessities cross all boarders and cultures. This week Palm Beach County artists and businesses are coming together in a fusion of fashion and art to answer these questions. Among all the commonly thought of forms of art there is also an art to food, fashion, and ultimately living.
Supporting local businesses, artists, galleries, and couture fashion designers Fusion Fashion & Art, Inc. is producing three fashion art shows at the satellite exhibitions for ArtPalmBeach Art Synergy. Starting Wednesday the 22nd in downtown West Palm Beach at 312 Clematis Art Space. The Black Tie & Sneaker Continuum event will feature a silent auction of artist painted sneakers to benefit Faith’s Place Center for Education. Three of Palm Beaches’ top models will be featuring the designs of Rosaura Sias-Pipenburg in a live couture fashion to buy trunk show on stage starting at 6pm.
The next fashion art exhibit is Friday the 24th at the Boynton Beach Art District on Industrial Ave. The ARTal’FRESCO satellite show features Trash Fashion’s couture designer Aidana Baldassarre and fashion photographer Dalton Clements. Additionally, an open call to models and fashion designers will be conducted. Those wishing to be considered for future productions of Fusion Fashion & Art including Fashion Art week this November in Palm Beach are encouraged to come out and apply.
The grand finale fashion art show is being held in the shops of Historic Northwood Village in West Palm Beach at Table 427. With several ArtX art walks available starting at 6pm the first of 3 fashion art shows begins at 8pm. The first show includes vintage fashions and art from galleries OSGS and Northwood’s newest gallery Suz Art. The second show at 9pm showcases Northwood’s own fashion designer and successful boutique owner Eminent Burea in her first ever fashion show. The final show features all new couture pieces by designer Rosaura Sias-Pipenburg formally of Carolina Herera, La Perla, Cache, Harmond and Blaine, and BCBG.
The Northwood fashion art show labeled “The Art of Shopping” has uniquely brought together and features the business of Northwood. Along with rising star chef Roberto of Table 427, the location of the shows, is David Kinigson of The David K Space also located in Northwood. Known for his work gracing the covers of well-known fashion magazines such as Vouge, Vanity Fair and Glamor David will be directing a team of over 10 makeup and hair stylists by local Motives makeup artist and team leader Ali Killett.
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