Jersey Shore Premiere Events organized the Jersey Shore Winter Fashion Show in Middletown.
Jersey Shore Premiere Events is proud to provide its next event, the “Jersey Shore Premiere Fashion Show”, on Thursday, September 20th, at Chris Michael’s Lounge in Woodbridge. It’s more than just a fashion show, it’s a celebration of the Central Jersey’s insightful local beauty and character.
You are able to look forward to another edition from the “Girls Next Door” themed fashion show that has been all the rage, highlighting local talented beauties in addition to familiar faces.
The fashion show will support smaller businesses from the Central Nj area by representing and boosting the exposure of countless unique and enticing boutiques from Middlesex and Monmouth County who’ll show off their summer and fall lines.
While enhancing the exposure of the participating boutiques, this fashion show is another reminder to support our local neighborhoods and small businesses in particular, as entrepreneurs and native community efforts are what make our hometowns the truly amazing places that they are.
Throughout the event there will be numerous possibilities to take photos around the red carpet with this models, media personalities, and perhaps a few celebrities.
30+ local models (including some familiar faces from your networking events) will walk the runway, and also the team of constitute artists and hairstylists from the J Michael Salon, in addition to Instinctive DJs will work along with our production team to assist present a wonderful show.
The big event also collected toys that attendees brought, as well as the toys that were purchased with area of the proceeds, to benefit the Jason’s Dreams for children, a charity foundation that can help children with life-threatening illnesses. Many of these toys will end up at children hospitals this Christmas, placing a smile on some little faces.
Rare Cargo Boutique represented Manasquan, coming using their regular crew of devoted models. Posch Boutique brought some glamour from Rumson, while Fresh Boutique from Long Branch/Pier Village displayed some fresh outfits for that younger crowd. Double Originate from Red Bank decked out the more experienced models, and OG Surf Shop from Ocean Grove represented the hip surf&skate community in the shore. Bella Mystique, a web-based boutique based in Middletown, presented probably the most sought-after outfits.
During the after party, you will see numerous opportunities to take photos around the red carpet with this models, media personalities and perhaps a few celebrities. The majority of the models will be local shore-area residents.
Our previous events include two fashion shows in Red Bank in addition to several red carpet business events. Past special guests included Kim Granatell from the Real Housewives of NJ, Mrs. Nj 2010, Claire Pavlinec, the Rat Rock Girl Melissa and NJ Fashion Week founder Donnella Tilery.
This Fashion Show will help boost exposure of our vital local businesses and enhance our community character. In this economic climate we need to make sure that the organizations and businesses that help color our communities with unique local flavor do not fall by the wayside in the face of stiff competition from larger chain competitors that do not share our local values or give back to the community in the same way our friends and neighbors do with their small businesses.