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Working Wardrobes hosts “Fashion for Breakfast” event

The event includes a presentation by industry expert Kevan Hall

by Kirsti CorreaPublished: May 03, 2012 07:45 AM

Orange County nonprofit Working Wardrobes is preparing for its Smart Women “Fashion for Breakfast” event on May 8 featuring award-winning fashion designer Kevan Hall.

As guest speaker, Hall will share many of his career experiences and celebrity anecdotes. He will also showcase his signature clothing collection during the event. Afterwards, Smart Women members and attendees will have the opportunity to schedule personal consultation appointments with Hall.

“Kevan is one of the most well-known fashion designers and celebrity stylists of our era, and his many impressive accolades have produced an attention-getting résumé,” said Jerri Rosen, founder and CEO of Working Wardrobes. “Our Smart Women members will have a special opportunity to engage with him in an intimate setting while supporting the mission of Working Wardrobes.”

Hall’s experiences in the fashion and entertainment industries range from styling actresses Renee Zellwegger, Felicity Huffman, Debra Messing, and others, to acting as the design and creative director of the Halston fashion house. Hall first entered the fashion industry 30 years ago with the launch of his own Kevan Hall couture collection and ten years ago launched his own signature Kevan Hall Collection. He has received the NAACP’s “Great American Designer” award and been recognized as Life & Style magazine’s “Stylemaker of the Year”.

“Fashion for Breakfast” is part of a stylish series of quarterly events that feature a presentation by a leading expert in design, costuming and retail.

The event is free to Smart Women members and tickets are available to the general public for $100. It will take place at Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's at South Coast Plaza.

Working Wardrobes provides life-changing career development and
wardrobe services to men, women and young adults overcoming challenges and major life crises.

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