Do you have plans this Saturday? How about checking out The Fashion and Arts Humanity Fete? This is an event where nominated entities in Chicagoland’s fashion and arts communities are awarded and honored for their notable humanitarian and community achievements. The goal of the event is to give thanks for humane and charitable accomplishments and encourage others to give back to their communities, especially within the Art and Fashion industry. This year marks the celebration of the new organization “The Arts of Humanity”, created based on the platform for Fashion and Arts Humanities Fete. The Arts of Humanities is an educational and charitable organization that fosters the positive qualities of being a civilized human via the study, practice, and observation of compassion, selflessness, and dignity in self and others. Check the event’s website at www.fahfawards.org and buy your tickets at www.fahfawards.org/tickets/
Below you will find more detailed information about the event:
Where & When : Saturday, October 26th
5:00pm – 6:45pm Red Carpet Reception hosted by Good Night Buzz
7:00pm-9:00pm Awards Show hosted by Chundria Stanback The All New Harmony Venue (1908 South Millard Ave Chicago)
Who Attends: In attendance with you will be decision making business and non-profit leaders, community activists, successful and emerging entrepreneurs, and arts and fashion/style aficionados.
Joining the attendees this year includes as seen on the OWN Network, Six Brown Chicks, Artist Antonio Lee, Paul Bachman, President of Americans for Disabled Americans, and James Flagg CEO of ISAVE.
Tickets: General admission seating for as low as $8 with discount. Premium seating near the stage, bloggers, media, special guests, and winners for $17.
Entertainment: This year’s awards ceremony will include a live performance from Light Alive!! Infused in the award show will be fashion show segments featuring Chicago’s best and talented designers.
Meet and Greet: Following the Awards Show, attendees will have the opportunity to meet our winners and learn more about how they can be involved.