By JoAnn Fields – Contributing Writer
San Diego, CA: Twynot? Beauty presented the 3rd Annual 2(12) Twenty-Tu Interactive Charity Fashion Show on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at the MLK Community Center located at 6134 Benson Ave. Hundreds of San Diegans came to support the fashion show that benefited non-profit organization Eleanor’s Place for Women. Hosted by Giorgio Vango of Beverly Hills
attendees enjoyed the high energy of the runway models, fashion and music. The event was spearheaded by Twyla Green of Twynot? Beauty along with her team of organizers that spent months working together to produce this fabulous event. J Soul Productions in collaboration with Dj Dev had the crowd dancing all night long with great music, booming sound and illuminating lights. Maile Lattimore’s choreography gave a unique approach for each designer. First and Lasting Impressions planned and arranged the show with excellence. There were many others that helped that night who are to be commended for the dedication and commitment to produce a fabulous show.
“Tonight’s show was was truly amazing! The inspiration behind the Twynot? Beauty Charity Fashion Show is to provide a platform for local designers, stylists, boutiques and models, to showcase their talents and to come together for a night of charity. I am pleased that each year the interactive fashion show gets bigger and better! I am sincerely amazed by the support everyone has showed me and our cause. Tonight self-esteem was boosted, spirits were lifted and confidence was built! My vision to build inner beauty and showcase outer beauty was accomplished,” states Twyla Green.
“For the third year in a row, Twynot? put on an amazing fashion show! It was classy, fun, inspirational, well-produced and best of all she had a packed house! I am so blessed to have been a part of this production and I’m looking forward to the 2016 Twynot? Fashion Show,” shares Jeffrey Murray of J Soul Productions. Photographer Steve Cooper Jr. states, “The Twynot? Fashion Show was more than just a show. It was an experienice in which onlookers were reconnected with their spirituality, resilence and the inner champion waiting to be unleashed. Models of all sizes ripped the runway in confidence and beauty. Kudos to all that were involved.”
Any designers, vendors or sponsors interested in participating in next year’s show email your inquiry to Twynot2u@yahoo.com or follow Twynot? Studio at www.Facebook.com/StudioTwynot?