Sunday, October 21, 2012
6:30pm – 10:00pm
Edgar Varela Fine Arts (EVFA) Gallery
727 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Founder, Gallant Suits
Executive Director, Freedom and Fashion
Held during LA Fashion Week, this event will challenge notions of what it means to be a man of both style and character in the 21st century.
Los Angeles, CA (Sunday, October 21, 2012) – In collaboration with CAST, Freedom and Fashion presents the Gallant Suits Launch Party. Together, we will bring awareness to a new custom-tailored suit line that is committed to taking a stand against human trafficking.
City leaders and top executives from the fashion, non-profit and entertainment industries will gather at EVFA Gallery in Downtown LA to celebrate the vision and launch of Gallant Suits. Entertainment for the evening includes a live jazz band, a wine bar sponsored by Frey Wine and PAMA Liqueur, raffle giveaways from Adriano Goldschmied (AG) Jeans and EventBrite, live models and ready-to-measure tailors for on-the-spot orders. CAST CEO Kay Buck will be presenting, amongst other notable speakers.
About Kay Buck & CAST
CAST opened the first shelter for trafficked women in the U.S. CEO of CAST, Kay Buck, is a fervent activist for the abolishment of the modern day slave trade. Having recently returned from a week of meetings in NYC with trafficking survivor Ima Matul and being introduced to key global influencers by President Obama, she intends to inspire legislative change and action in both government policy and the rehabilitation of survivors.
As shared by President Obama on September 25, 2012, “Our fight against human trafficking is one of the great human rights causes of our time.”
About Gallant Suits & Founder Andrew Park
Park began Gallant Suits with the vision to spark a resurgence of what it means to be a man of both style and character in modern times. The structure and the message of Gallant Suits aims to encourage the practice of philanthropy and social advocacy through art, fashion and culture. It is the only custom suit company committed to the fight against sex trafficking.
About Bonnie Kim & Freedom and Fashion
Bonnie Kim is the founder of Freedom and Fashion (FNF), a promotional vehicle that seeks to enact change by increasing access, availability and appeal for socially responsible goods.
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Freedom and Fashion is a creative arts advocacy organization that serves as a resource hub for fair-trade businesses and non-profit organizations dealing with global social issues of modern-day slavery, sex trafficking, child labor, and human rights violations.
Freedom and Fashion is dedicated to educating society addressing these injustices through the purchasing power of conscious consumerism, by increasing the demand for socially responsible and ethically produced goods and ensuring they are readily available to consumers.
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