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Thursday, September 23

Atlanta Fashion Week Part 2: Fashion GLAMATL

On Saturday at the end of Atlanta's Fashion Week, Fashiona was honored to be one of the Social Media Panel at Fashion GLAMATL  held at the Millennium Gate.

While Arkeedah and Miz D were live blogging on Facebook, Fashiona decided to tweet her experience.  Just like Fashion Night Out is about supporting the fashion community through shopping, Fashion GLAMATL was about highlightling the fashion talent in Atlanta...and shopping.

After  getting into her black wrap dress, Fashiona had her make-up done beautifully by  Melanie D. Kelly.

Fashiona then looked at all the vendors that were showcasing wares. 

There were so many beautiful things but a few things especially caught her eye.  P. Sherrod and Co. purses were showstopping and worth a little budget fudging...don't go tell Mr. Numbers that.  Their website is under works but do join their Facebook fan page to stay on top of their latest news.

Cartel Catering was tempting the fashionista and the fashionisto crowd with everything from strawberries to tiplia.  These men were gentlemen and of course great cooks.

Fashiona loved the Jersey Shore ( a delightful combination of shrimp and crab meat on a tasty cracker).

KingdomKlothes by Beth Borden-Goodman had their Swarovski® Austrian crystals shirts on display which are machine washable and tumble-dry safe. 

The highlight of Fashiona's night was actually meeting Nyssa Green with whom she had done a phone interview the week prior.

   The charity that received  the proceeds from the ticket sales was for  All Grown Up Inc...truly a Fashion with a Purpose event.  

See the slideshow from FashionGLAMATL here.

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