Posts Tagged ‘boom babies’

Syracuse Fashion Week (Day 2): Garden Variety

Thursday, April 21st, 2016
Thursday Night's Runway at Tech Garden (Downtown)

Fashion Week continued Thursday night at the Tech Garden (Downtown) and included familiar names such as Boom Babies and the Mr. Shop, as well as avant garde looks newcomer Aimee Olson.

Picture Perfect

Sunday, October 11th, 2015
Special shout-out to Jules (left) who introduced us to the Boom Babies models at Snarl last night.

Special shout-out to Jules (left) who introduced us to the Boom Babies models at Snarl last night.

Fashion Week (part 2): Runway Revolution

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Here are some  photographs from Saturday’s A Night at the Museum, a fashion show produced and directed by students at Syracuse University.

The show featured collections from Papaya Clothing, Real NY, Boom Babies, Collar Candy, Kreemo as well as pieces by designers Dejuan Hightower (representing Downstate), Kim, Kid Dangerous, and Bilaya Jackson (representing Upstate). Several students also presented their work on the runway.

What Happens to a Dream Deferred

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

I met designer Pamela Williams last week during her first annual “Elegance from the Soul” Fashion Extravaganza. She explained that about 3 years ago she was diagnosed with stage-4 colon cancer and put her dreams of fashion and design on hold. During the recovery she was encouraged by video producer and friend Jay Dunmore to rekindle her dreams and career aspirations.  So with faith and the strong support of her family, including husband Steven and son Melvin Eisland (aka M. Island), and a cadre of  friends, she organized the show.

1st Annual Elegance from the Soul Fashion Extravaganza

Williams hopes that in addition to highlighting fashion and designers from around the region, the show will also be a catalyst to raise awareness of cancer.

The show featured a typical runway scheme along with live music.  “It was amazing,” Williams said of her son M. Island’s  performance. She particularly enjoys his song You Can Make It.

Syracuse’s the Blacklites also performed.

At the close of the show Williams shared her experience and brought many people in the audience to tears.   Williams recommended early detection to detect and manage cancer. (She says a portion of the proceeds from the show will be made to the American Cancer Society)

You are truly Friends of God for helping me make this happen, she said.

For a first show the execution was great. I asked Williams how she could top this performance: “Come to next year’s show,” she said.

The dream continues.