Founders of Georgia Peach Fashion Week talk about giving back to the youth

Live with the founders of Georgia Peach Fashion Week.

Posted by Rolling Out on Monday, April 16, 2018

Georgia Peach Fashion Week is a platform that organizes events in Atlanta and promotes the state as a place to do business in fashion by organizing conferences and exhibitions. For the third year in a row, celebrities, influencers and enthusiasts partake in the main event, the runway show. Georgia Peach Fashion Week was founded by three models: Kenyon and Desiree Glover, and Desiree’s identical twin sister Erin Green. Every year, the event brings out Atlanta’s fashion forward and philanthropic community who love to support a good cause. Proceeds benefit The Twin of a Kind Foundation, which was founded by Erin and Desiree “to increase social awareness among our young struggling with issues of self-esteem, beauty and body image by  motivating and bringing out the confidence in every girl so that they can fulfill their dreams and move into adulthood healthy, whole, and equipped to take on the world.”

This year’s runway show will take place Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21, 2018, at Piedmont Park’s Promenade. Husband-and-wife Kenyon and Desiree Glover came to our rolling out studio to talk about this year’s event themed “Style Out Loud.”

 

Cassidy Sparks
Cassidy Sparks

I am a blogger, journalist and media enthusiast. I am passionate about covering entertainment, fashion and beauty. Keep up with me at Cassinthecity.com

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